Epitaph Romance | Soundtrack to Your Nightmare

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Soundtrack to Your Nightmare

by Epitaph Romance

From tales of famous movie slashers and icons to the nightmares that keep us awake at night to the real life horror of abuse and sexual assault, this is an album that would make a frightening addition to your horror music collection.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Punk Metal
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1. The Nightmare Begins
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2. In Pieces
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3. Who's Saving Face
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4. Vacancy At the Bates Motel
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5. Horror Highway
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6. Love By Moonlight
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7. Left Her Dead
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8. A Nightmare
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9. Dig Me Up
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10. A Thief in the Night
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11. Blood
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12. Love Letters from the Grave
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13. Final Day
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14. Hell Driven Hearse
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15. Ashes to Ashes
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16. Vampire Girl
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17. Camp Blood
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
In the shadows of the night, under pale moon light, a lone preacher walks the hallowed earth of the church cemetery towards five graves. As the light of the moon begins to shine upon them our reverend begins to read from his beloved bible. He hears light sounds or cracking. Feeling as if its just small creatures on twigs he continues. Further and further he reads and the sounds grow louder and louder the sound of snapping twigs now sounds like breaking wood. As he reaches the final line he utters the word “AMEN’ as hands reach from the earth before his eyes the damned have returned from the depths of hell they were sent.

A monster, a minion, a surgeon, a psycho and a ghoul have returned to bring a mass of horror to the huddled masses of this once beautiful city now encompassed by a ring of fire. With their only connection to this world being the life of the eyes of all that bestow a vision upon their show, they have brought to life the true sound and vision of horror to Hell Paso.

Mike Hatecase (the monster), Chuck Hemorrhage (the minion), Dr. Markubus Madbrain (the surgeon), Christopher Headcase (the psycho), and The Chreep (the ghoul) create a mixture of punk, metal, rockabilly and psychobilly with a theatrical touch of horror that alone makes then worth gazing your eyes upon. From eternal love to the taste of blood Epitaph Romance combines both melodic harmony and the stench of death both vocally and musically. Their genre of music can only be classified as HORROR as they fuse punk, metal and classic rockabilly to form a more devilish sound to match their morbid lyrics.

With influences like The Misfits, The Crimson Ghosts, Slayer and many, many more it would be impossible to credit one act or style but the greatest influence of all is the bands love of gore and horror movies as well as their lust for love beyond the grave…

Since their rise from the grave in 2010, ExRx has had the privilege of gracing the stage with North America’s best Horror acts like: Blitzkid, Saturday Nite Shockers, Koffin Kats, Henchmen, The Returners, Calabrese, and many more.


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