The Casket Creatures | Tales From the Unknown

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Tales From the Unknown

by The Casket Creatures

"Tales From The Unknown" has been called "One of the best unknown gems I have heard in a long time!" by Horror Punk magazine "Technicolor Terror". This blend of catchy music and soaring vocals is one that you will be dying to get your hands on...
Genre: Rock: Punk
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1. Intro From the Unknown
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1:50 album only
2. Bad 2 Hearse
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2:41 album only
3. Not Forgotten
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3:17 album only
4. Sweet Screams
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3:02 album only
5. Tale of Agnes
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0:54 album only
6. Agnes
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2:54 album only
7. Gore On the Dance Floor
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3:31 album only
8. 245 Trioxin
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2:33 album only
9. Candarian
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3:14 album only
10. Say Goodbye to Sunlight
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2:52 album only
11. Tale of the Beast
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0:30 album only
12. Bark of the Beast
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2:29 album only
13. Evil Comes Home
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6:16 album only
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Horror movie themed songs along with original tales of horror and macabre!

"This band and album reminds me a lot of old school Blitzkid, Wednesday 13, and a tinge of Balzac (musically of course haha) but still keeping there own unique sound and originality. " - Technicolor Terror
" It’s something new and refreshing to listen to, I highly and stress highly that you should go pick up this album for it will have something for any horror-punk fan to enjoy, young or old." - Technicolor Terror


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