Send More Paramedics
From: Leeds, Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Last Known Status: Disbanded
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All Hallow’s Eve has finally arrived and it’s just about time to get the debauchery going full swing. Whether you’re getting the altar set up for a black mass or you just plan on drinking until werewolves and vampires seem like legitimate concerns, there’s a host of metal videos to help get the evening started right.
Earlier this month we showcased horror themed videos that went way over the top, focused on the devil and his minions, and then dipped into the atmopsheric and creepy videos. Now that Halloween is here we’ll finish off with monsters, serial killers, and even a few bonus clips.
Bleeding Through – “Kill To Believe”
The “Kill To Believe” video is like its own little mini redneck hillbilly horror movie. If you’ve seen all the “Wrong Turn” and “Texas Chainsaw Massacre” movies a couple dozen times, this one’s for you.
Leeds, England-based crossover/thrash/zombie-core masters SEND MORE PARAMEDICS have split up after six years together. The band will play its final concert on Octoebr 27, 2007 at Joseph's Well in Leeds.
Stated briefly in the latest bulletin by the band, "We will be honoring all the commitments we have made up to that date. It's been six years but our zombie corpses are finally rotting to the point at which we can continue no more. A million thanks to you all."
SEND MORE PARAMEDICS (whose name is a reference to the 1985 horror/comedy "Return of the Living Dead") originally formed as a side project of Leeds band AND NONE OF THEM KNEW THEY WERE ROBOTS, but gradually gained a higher profile. The band plays in the 1980s crossover style, with lyrics about zombies and cannibalism, and is heavily influenced by zombie movies. On stage, they dress as zombies and the drummer dons a Mexican wrestling mask (a homage to the character in Brian Clement's "Meat Market" films).
More details regarding the upcoming Zombie Apocalypse and Send More Paramedics split have been revealed. Titled "Tales Told By Dead Men," the release will be available on July 12th through Hell Bent Records. Here's the track listing:
01. Just Meat
02. God I Hope the Data is Lying
03. Breaking Off Fingers
04. Murder be a Lady Tonight
05. Tale Told by a Dead Man
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07. From The Void
08. Zombie versus Shark
10. Nothing Tastes Like This
11. This Is The Place of Wailing and The Gnashing of Teeth