As a follow-up to January’s DeathRace 2000-inspired “Transcontinental Road Race”, Werewolves in Siberia is back with two brand new EPs.
The first EP, entitled “Abyss”, takes you to the depths of the unknown with two new synth-driven tracks. Escape the impending apocalypse of the outside world and get lost in the aquatic atmosphere of the Abyss. It hits for free download Friday, April 14 on the official WIS Bandcamp page.
One week later, April 21, the next EP drops. “In Memoriam” will also be available for free download on the Bandcamp page. With themes for the Monster Guys and Bazaar Cast podcasts, songs inspired by Fangoria and Famous Monsters of Filmland magazines and an 80s-style horror hip hop song inspired by the Ghost Brothers tv show, this EP is more of a tribute to some horror icons and up-and-comers in the horror/paranormal realm. Don’t expect anything less than other WIS releases, though. There’s plenty here to sink your teeth into.
Today, I’m on The Monster Guys podcast to have a quick chat and debut the newest WIS song. It was made specifically for their show and will be part of a new EP out soon. For now, check out the show, listen to the new song and find out how you can help name it.
The Monster Guys (episode 34)
I’m on the Bazaar Cast podcast this week, dorking around with The Fear Merchant about music, horror and Werewolves in Siberia. Find it anywhere you listen to podcasts like iTunes, SoundCloud, Stitcher or Podcas Addict, etc.
Death Race fans, rejoice! The Transcontinental Road Race EP is here to weave you through the future’s ultimate game of skill and survival. Inspired by the cult-favorite film, Death Race 2000, Transcontinental Road Race was released the same day as Roger Corman’s sequel, Death Race 2050. It’s “pay what you want” on the bandcamp page so grab it for free or leave a donation. Either way, just take it and play the all out of it!
In honor of 2017’s first Friday the 13th, I made an F13 soundtrack mixtape. Songs and samples from parts 1-8. It’s up FREE for a very limited time over at the bandcamp page.
You are about to be transported into the future. The year is 2000 AD. A single race captivates the attention of the whole world; The Transcontinental Road Race. Ripped up, wiped out, battered, shattered, creamed and reamed, FRANKENSTEIN is back to win his third championship. He’s lost limbs and half of his face but he’s here to take what he believes is his. His legions of fans are routing for him, but Machine Gun Joe is heavily favored to win this one. Who will come out on top? Time will tell…
On January 17, 2017, the Transcontinental Road Race EP hits on bandcamp. Two songs inspired by Roger Corman’s Death Race 2000 will be available the same day his Death Race 2050 film is available.
The EP was has been finished for nearly two years now. There were a few snags on getting it released as a 7″ record. While you won’t be able to grab it on vinyl, you will be able to get it completely free on 1.17.17.
As per usual, a few items have popped up on the bandcamp page for free download for the month of October. The Myers and Munsters Halloween Bash EP is back (featuring the covers of John Carpenter’s Halloween Theme and Jack Marshall’s The Munsters Theme). The collection of Misfits covers are back and so are the DJ-style mixtapes of soundtrack songs. This time around, there are a few additions.
Misfits in Siberia (new title) now features Skulls (as heard first on the 6 Foot Plus podcast). The new goal is to cover a new Misfits song each Halloween to add to this collection.
The Horror Soundtrack Mixtapes also has a new addition. Monsters, Murderers, Haunts and Creeps is the Halloween ’16 mixtape that features more fun stuff than usual but fun stuff with a darker twist. It was originally taken down dude to some weird glitches that showed up with the mixafter upload but those seem to be worked out and it’s back up.
Have a great Halloween!
For good measure, if you’re wondering what bands you should be listening to for Halloween, I did a guest piece on that subject for the Little Miss Trainwreck blog you can check out here.