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United States - NY - New York City United States - NY - Upstate NY

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El Jefe vs. Demons

Unique and original twist on Horror/Death Rock, Psychobilly, Surf, Garage, Punk and Metal blended to a raw, bloody, trail of death! A haunting mix of influences and genres that satisfies those who like their music honest, brutal, terrifying, while maintaining a tongue-in-cheek edge, but still listenable and catchy! Take a listen, you won't be disappointed...

El Jefe vs. Demons is a NYC based Horror.Surf.Death.Rock band that was formed in early 2006, shortly after Scott had left the drum seat for the band Psycho Charger.

Scott destroys vox & drums live, as well as writing and performing all the material in the studio. Scott’s occasionally joined in the studio & for live gigs by a rotating group of musicians. “Death, Blood And The Guts” (2008 release) is the band's first full-length release, following the self-titled EP that was released in late 2006.

In the summer of 2009 the band teamed up with infamous film director Joey Angerone, for the band’s debut video for the song “Meant to be Creepy” followed by the video for "The Feast" in 2011, both videos are on youtube and vimeo.

"Meant To Be Creepy EP" was finished in 2012 as an mp3 only release. The EP continues the tradition of mayhem you've come to expect from the band and reflects some distinct growth both musically and lyrically, while maintaining a distinct tongue-in-cheek approach. The EP is now available through CD Baby as an mp3 only release.

October 2014 finds the band continuing to write and record new material for the next full length release, possibly titled "Summon The Demons". This album will definitely have some harder and faster tracks.