The seeds for Danish psychobilly sextet, the HorrorPops, were sewn in 1996 throughout a gig that found bassist/lead singer Patricia Day’s indie-punk collective Peanut Pump Gun opening for guitarist Kim Nekroman’s music group Nekromantix at POPKOM in Cologne, Germany. Both discovered that they distributed an abundance of mutual passions, both musical and personal, and so that they can step beyond their respective styles made a decision to swap equipment and begin a music group. The addition of drummer Niedermeier, and second guitarist Caz the Clash, both previously of (Strawberry Slaughterhouse), curved out the recently dubbed HorrorPops. In 1998, the music group begun to play out, appealing to audiences making use of their enthusiastic stage demonstrates featured go-go women Mille and Kamilla — co-workers in a piercing store with Day time — and going into the studio room to record demos to get a press package. 2000-2002 noticed the group touring and accumulating a loyal pursuing, eventually putting your signature on with Hellcat information. In 2003, Caz the Clash remaining, and was changed by K’aarrghh’sten (aka Karsten), also a previous person in Strawberry Slaughterhouse, as well as the group noticed the release of the vinyl single comprising “Ghouls” and “Psychobitches Outta Hell.” The full-length Hell Yeah premiered in Apr 2004 within the famous punk label Epitaph. Both Mille and Karsten departed through the intensive touring for Hell Yeah, but HorrorPops didn’t decelerate. Geoff Kresge quit playing standup bass in Tiger Military to become listed on the Pops on acoustic guitar, and music group pal Naomi (renamed No-No) got Mille’s open up dancer place. In 2005 HorrorPops handled some Warped Tour gigs even while they documented an album; Take it On, their second work for Epitaph, made an appearance in September of this year, accompanied by Kiss Kiss Destroy Destroy in early 2008, an record that the music group came back to its primary three-piece line-up.