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Vamper Whomps

Vamper Whomps

Vamper Whomps


The original name for the band Attics. See their page for all future music. In the beginning Attics existed as a band called Vamper Whomps. It was a duo consisting of Kyle Willey of Robe./Black Cinema and Michael Norton of Copycat Massacre/Body Soil. Early live performances and studio sessions for the first album employed a rotating cast of collaborators including Seth Chelf, David Petro, Nate Haza, Jon Knox, and Brandon Cooper. Shortly after Michael's Read more on Last.fm
The original name for the band Attics. See their page for all future music. In the beginning Attics existed as a band called Vamper Whomps. It was a duo consisting of Kyle Willey of Robe./Black Cinema and Michael Norton of Copycat Massacre/Body Soil. Early live performances and studio sessions for the first album employed a rotating cast of collaborators including Seth Chelf, David Petro, Nate Haza, Jon Knox, and Brandon Cooper. Shortly after Michael's brother Gary Norton and Kyle took up the name Attics and made their first album "Forest City". Michael, Gary, Kyle, and Jon got together to record some material that will be released soon as "Vamper Whomps & Attics Big Band - Perform Terrible Noise!".

This album marks the point at which all future recordings will be known as just Attics. Currently, Attics is a duo of Gary Norton and Kyle Willey that are recording the soon to be completed "Into The Void" album. Attics will remain the project of Kyle and Gary, but will have on again / off again collaborators. Contact: deepshivmaximus@hotmail.com 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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