A couple of years on from her rude dismissal from Light Zombie, NEW YORK underground fixture Sean Yseult (piano, bass) began collaborating with former Guy Scouts of America singer Rik Slave; so when the few relocated to New Orleans in past due 2002, the seed products of Rock Town Morgue had been sown. Teaming up with local people Johnny Brashear (electric guitar) and Keith Hajjar (drums), they proceeded to route their grimy Decrease East Aspect musical experiences with the soggy decrepitude of the new bayou environment — ultimately concocting a distinctive and often funny gothic rock audio. That love of life became evident making use of their 2003 EP Some Ghouls, which parodied the Moving Rocks’ Some Young ladies by replacing the feminine headshots with those of well-known film monsters (Dracula, Wolfman, etc.), and because of their first full record proper, 2005’s Deceased Man’s Song, Rock and roll City Morgue returned to their NY roots by contacting upon manufacturer Daniel Rey (Ramones, Iggy Pop, etc.) and previous Zombie affiliate J. Yuenger for assistance.