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Dance Club Massacre

Shaped in Chicago, the five-piece steel band Dance Golf club Massacre take great pride in themselves on the more lighthearted lyrics (which frequently address likely to get-togethers and consuming) instead of the generally much more serious terms of additional thrash teams; something, however, that’s hard to decipher through the screams of vocalist Nick Seger. Originally conceived like a task between Seger and buddy Kurt Latos — who mixed keyboards and synthesized drums with harder noises — in 2004, the duo quickly added Mitch Hein on acoustic guitar, Chris Mrozek on bass, and Jon Caruso on drums, and Dance Golf club Massacre go about documenting a demonstration in 2005. Latos was after that changed by keyboardist Matt Hynek, and the next year the music group had enough materials collectively to self-release a full-length, entitled Feast from the Bloodstream Monsters. Though that they had no label at this time, the recording still did pretty much, because of their touring plan and on-line support. With for an intro to Metal Cutting tool through the music group Psyopus, Dance Golf club Massacre authorized to the label, who after that re-issued a remastered release of Feast from the Bloodstream Monsters, alongside new recording artwork, in July of 2007.

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