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Screaming Dead

Screaming Dead

Screaming Dead


There are multiple artists with this name: 1) Screaming Dead The band - named after the English title of Drácula contra Frankenstein, the 1972 horror film directed by Jesús Franco - was formed by guitarist Tony McCormack (later McKormack), who recruited former singer with The Waste, Sam Missile (Simon Bignall), bass guitarist Mal Page, and drummer Mark Ogilvie.[1] The band built up a strong local following which spread farther afield with coverage in fanzines such as Gez Lowery's Rising Free and through sales of their demo tape. Read more on Last.fm
There are multiple artists with this name: 1) Screaming Dead The band - named after the English title of Drácula contra Frankenstein, the 1972 horror film directed by Jesús Franco - was formed by guitarist Tony McCormack (later McKormack), who recruited former singer with The Waste, Sam Missile (Simon Bignall), bass guitarist Mal Page, and drummer Mark Ogilvie.[1] The band built up a strong local following which spread farther afield with coverage in fanzines such as Gez Lowery's Rising Free and through sales of their demo tape. They followed their first tape with a more formal release, the Children of the Boneyard Stones cassette, which came with a badge and a copy of the band's own fanzine, Warcry.[1] They then self-financed their debut vinyl release, the "Valley of the Dead" single, initially released on their own Skull Records label, but when it sold out of its first pressing within a week it was picked up by No Future records. The band's next release, the "Night Creatures" 12-inch single, saw them break into the UK Indie Chart, reaching number 22 in September 1983.[2] While the band were at times tagged as Goths, the label was rejected by Bignall, who in a posthumous interview stated "Screaming Dead were a punk rock band, there's no doubt about that! We had a bit of an interest in the horror theme, and that was how we decided to present ourselves."[1] For their next release, the band recorded a cover of the Rolling Stones' "Paint It Black" which was also an indie hit, and was recorded as a tribute of sorts to Brian Jones who is buried in their home town of Cheltenham.[1] In 1984, taking inspiration from X-Ray Spex, the band recruited saxophonist Nick Upton, the band also signing to Nine Mile Records, who issued their last two releases on the Angel label.[1] The change in sound lost a lot of fans, and with interest in punk rock declining, the band split up in 1985. In 1989, McKormack formed pagan gothic rock band Incubus Succubus with Candia Ridley and Adam Henderson,[3] and in 1997 formed a new version of Screaming Dead, without Page or Upton, touring Germany twice and recording the album Death Rides Out, released on Resurrection Records,[4] before they disbanded again in 1999.[1] The band reformed in 2014[5] with a line up of Sam Bignall, Mal Page, Mazzy, and Hugh Fairlie. 2) Screaming Dead is a 2-piece countrycore Project from Germany, that was started in 2006 when two friends met in studio to create some serious music. Official Myspace: http://www.myspace.com/screamingdeadde Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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