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DETAILS: - Bella + Canvas 491 Cotton Spandex Shortie - 5.9 oz - 95% combed ringspun cotton/5% spandex - Classic fit
SIZING: WAIST WIDTH S 12.5 M 13 L 13.5 XL 14
Stellar Corpses' first EP, Respect The Dead, was independently released in 2007 on their own label, Santa Carla Records, named after "The Lost Boys" (1987) filmed in their hometown, Santa Cruz. The EP was recorded at The Compound Recording Studios in Santa Cruz by Joe Clements (Singer of Fury 66). Stellar Corpses made an immediate impact with songs such as “Cemetery Man” and “Leave A Stellar Corpse.”
This debut release is a real Psychobilly Bone-Rattler with all the right ingredients. Hard rockin' rhythms with upfront slap-bass and power guitar drive along a bunch of catchy and memorable songs with enough ghoulish horror themes to disturb the darkest minds among fans of the Psychobilly and Horrorpunk genres.
Following a five-week European tour, Stellar Corpses released their first full-length album in 2009 entitled, "Welcome to the Nightmare" named after an underground psychobilly zine from Santa Cruz.
Released in 2009 on Santa Carla Records in the US and Fiend Force Records in Germany, the album is a deadly delight and features more of the bands influences, without losing any of the power and fury of their debut EP.
Featuring guest spots from members of AFI and Misfits.
January 2012 saw the release of the band's second full-length album, "Dead Stars Drive-In" produced, engineered and mixed by Joe McGrath (Green Day, Blink 182, AFI, Tiger Army, Alkaline Trio).
The title track is an homage to the "dead stars" of Hollywood including Elvis Presley, Marilyn Monroe, Bela Lugosi and Maila Nurmi, also known as Vampira.
The songs "Vampire Kiss", "Evil Dead" and "Dead Stars Drive-In" feature backing vocals from Hunter Burgan (AFI bassist). "Be Still My Heart" features sound design by Jade Puget (AFI guitarist). “Twisted Fantasy” features guest vocals by Michale Graves (former Misfits singer).
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