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Dead Stars Drive-In

by Stellar Corpses

Stellar Corpses' third release, Dead Stars Drive-In, is a morbidly fun punk rock album produced by the infamous McGrath and features guest spots by Hunter Burgan and Jade Puget of AFI and Michale Graves formerly of the Misfits.
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2. Vampire Kiss
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3. Dead Stars Drive-In
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4. Be Still my Heart
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5. Death Ray Vision
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8. Blood Red
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9. In Stitches
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10. Pins & Needles
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11. Train Wreck
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This is the third release of Santa Cruz, California's morbidly fun punk rockers, Stellar Corpses. Produced by the infamous Joe McGrath at legendary Total Access Studios in Redondo Beach, the album boasts guest spots by punk rock luminaries, Hunter Burgan and Jade Puget of AFI as well as Michale Graves formerly of The Misfits.

"Melding a love of horror imagery with an amalgam of metal, pop, rockabilly and even outlaw country... the band has sharpened the focus of its songwriting since 2007's Respect the Dead and 2009's Welcome to the Nightmare. For Dead Stars Drive-In, the band worked at implementing the same sort of rousing choruses that Glenn Danzig penned with Misfits, Samhain and his eponymous hard rock project." - Rue Morgue Magazine (Evan Davies)


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