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Nekromantix

Nekromantix



MEMBERS

Kim Nekroman: coffin bass, vocals
Tr?y Destr?y ? guitar, back vocals
Andy DeMize ? drums, back vocals

Former members:
Peter Sandorff: guitar, vocals
Kristian Sandorff: drums

NEWS
New Nekromantix album: 'What Happens In He ...more >>
26th May 2011
Nekromantix Announce Summer Tour 2010 ...more >>
5th Jun 2010
Nekromantix new guitar player
14th Nov 2007
On tour: Nekromantix, Koffin Kats, Chop tops
2nd Nov 2007
Nekromantix video of Horny in a Hearse
20th Sep 2007
Nekromantix FAQ
11th Aug 2007
New song of Nekromantix
4th Mar 2007
Nekromantix on tour!
31st Jan 2007

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BIO

Nekromantix is one of the premier psychobilly bands in the world?a live juggernaut whose shows and albums are a guaranteed good time. None of that changes on Life Is A Grave?& I Dig It!!!, but they?re just not the same band. Antithetic to their horror aesthetic, they?ve changed into something?better.

For nearly a decade, Nekromantix wrecked across the U.S., U.K., Europe and Japan, emerging from the underground dirtnap to become one of the world?s most successful?let?s face it?genre bands. But rather than dwell in relative obscurity, Nekromantix helped bring psychobilly to the forefront of rock n? roll. So?yeah. Wouldn?t you say it?s time for a change?

After the release of Return of the Loving Dead, Nekroman decided the band had accomplished as much as they could from Denmark. He loaded up the hearse and moved to Beverly?er, the U.S. There, he enlisted new guitarist Tr?y Destr?y (The Rezurex) and drummer Andy DeMize (The Rockets). With Live Is A Grave?& I Dig It!!!, they?ve made an album that is pure Nekromantix while expanding on what, exactly, that means.

All the Nekro hallmarks are hit?the frenzy, the attitude, the horror, Nekroman?s pumping coffin bass. The difference is the band sounds like hell on wheels. Tr?y Destr?y?s guitar is cleaner, but meaner, and sounds like the demonic manifestation of departed rockabilly guitar heroes?but flying high on his own crazy, skittering brand of guitar wail. Behind him, Andy DeMize and Nekroman are as manic and psycho as Big Daddy Roth?s Rat Fink illustrations?and as well-oiled as the hot rods RF rode. They sound almost pissed and as they songs fly by and you pick up piece of lyrics like ?suck my cajones? and ?fuck you guys?rot in hell!? you wonder if they are mad?enough to kill.

The band, too. As Life Is A Grave? spins, the picture of Nekromantix?s growth and Nekroman?s vision for the band becomes clearer. They?ll never be content to be another psycho band on the circuit. This is real life and real music?not to be taken lightly. All the work Nekroman and his revolving cast of musicians have put in since forming in 1989 has to be toward a more significant end than small-scale dominance.

This desire is palpable in the album?s intensity, which ups the ante on Dead Girls. On that album, says Nekroman, ?everything was done very fast, like bam-bam-bam-record. This time we really had the chance to learn the songs before recording them. I guess that shows. Plus having new blood in the band gives an injection of some kind. That?s what you hear.?

He explains most of Life Is A Grave? was ?recorded in Hell.? Nekroman explains: ?Recorded in Hell? is a term we used on ?Haunted Cathouse? from Return of the Loving Dead. It means it was the demo version from rehearsals. So when we record in Hell, it means our garage.? Only the drums were tracked outside of the fiery pit in Hellcat?s warehouse, in a little mobile studio among boxes of Hellcat back catalog for inspiration. Longtime friend Niedermeier engineered the record and the band self-produced?but that last part, Nekroman says, ain?t so important.

Asked to sum up the last two years since Dead Girls, Nekroman just says he?s being touring all over the place. His plans for the future? ?Touring all over the place.?

?Everyday something new happens,? he says. ?And the motivation is, of course, the people showing up. The fans. And seeing that spread out more and more. It?s not just the five psychobillies that knew us when we were here the first time about six years ago. The exposure on our label has exposed psychobilly to punks, heavy rockers, metal people?that?s a big motivation. Every show?you meet a lot of new people every day. Then you get to go into the studio and write news songs. And I dig it!?



For an older bio check out nekromantix-2006.html


CONTACT
Website: Nekromantix
Email: Anna@epitaph.com
Address:
Epitaph Europe
www.epitaph.com / www.hell-cat.com
Phone: +31.20.550 38 38 - Fax: +31.20 622 3941

LYRICS
Nekromantix - Dead Girls Don't Cry
Nekromantix - Demons are a Girl's Best Friend
Nekromantix - Devil Smile
Nekromantix - Gargoyles Over Copenhagen
Nekromantix - Graveyard in your Memory
Nekromantix - Howlin' At The Moon
Nekromantix - Subcultural girl
Nekromantix - Who Killed The Cheerleader

GUITAR/BASS TABS
Nekromantix - Alive
Nekromantix - Dead girls don't cry
Nekromantix - Gargoyles over Copenhagen
Nekromantix - Gargoyles Over Copenhagen
Nekromantix - Generation 666
Nekromantix - Haunted Cathouse
Nekromantix - Last Night I Saved An Angel
Nekromantix - Love At First Bite
Nekromantix - Nekrofelia
Nekromantix - Nekrofilia
Nekromantix - Nekrofilia
Nekromantix - Nice day for a resurrection
Nekromantix - Save my grave
Nekromantix - Sea of red
Nekromantix - Subcultral Girl
Nekromantix - Trick Or Treat
Nekromantix - Who killed the cheerleader
Nekromantix - Who Killed the Cheerleader

SOUNDS
Nekromantix - Graveyard in your memory (MP3)
Nekromantix - Life is a grave, and I dig it (MP3)

ALBUMS
Curse Of The Coffin (CD, Nervous)
Demons Are A Girls Best Friend (CD, Record)
Hellbound (CD, Tombstone)
Return Of The Loving Dead (CD, Hellcat)
Undead'n'Live (CD, ESP)
Brought Back To Life (LP, Crazy Love)
Curse Of The Coffin (LP, Crazy Love)
Demons Are A Girls Best Friend (LP, Be Be's)
Return Of The Loving Dead (LP, Hellcat)


REVIEWS
Nekromantix - Dead Girls Don't Cry
Nekromantix - Brought Back to Life
Nekromantix - Curse of The Coffin
Nekromantix - Demons are a girls best friend
Nekromantix - Return of the Loving Dead

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