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Gein and the Graverobbers - Humanoids From The Deepdotdotdot
artworkFrom Acton, Massachusetts comes surf horror mongers Gein and the Graverobbers. They blend the black and white B movie drive in horror ethic with the reverb and drive of surf. This is the official release of their first single. Below the murk lies some really good surf, displaying solid writing and arranging.
Picks: Spectre Stomp, Hot Rod Horror, Creepshow, Changeling Nursery, Ghoulardi A-Go-Go

Track by Track Review

Spectre Stomp dotdotdotdot
Surf (Instrumental)

A cute little vocal intro precedes this rippin' reverb tune. The melody riff is mighty infectious. No doubt that there are spooks in the amps either. Monsterisms permeate the middle of the track, and the dwell is set at eleven. Darn cool.

Hot Rod Horror dotdotdot
Horror Surf (Instrumental)

"Hot Rod Horror" is based on a driving riff, powered by a big bore V-8. Lots of energy and obvious fun, with dangerous hot rod sounds towards the end.

Creepshow dotdotdot
Surf (Instrumental)

This is a great shreddin' melodic surf rage... The grumble and the power drive "Creepshow" home. The guitar fills are inspired, and the bass is downright ugly.

Changeling Nursery dotdotdotdot
Surf (Instrumental)

Sparkling vibrato notes open this menacing track. Lots of drive and mean intonation. There's danger all around, and a very infectious arrangement, full of drama and building power. Excellent track.

Ghoulardi A-Go-Go dotdotdot
Frat Surf Au Go-Go (Instrumental)

Frat Surf Au Go-Go tweakiness and frantic urgency, like a party in search of a sorority. More chunk and energy than song.