When it comes to being an independent band, making the most of your promotional material is a must. Budgetary limits tend to be a bit of a constraint, but with a little creativity and ingenuity, classics can be created out of little to nothing. In the case of Worm Suicide, they used a green screen, some patience in the editing room, and an assist from the public domain in the form of the original Night of the Living Dead, and the result is the hilarious and infectious Lead Pipe. Check it out, give it a like and a comment if you dig it, and spread it around for others to enjoy.
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From the digital desk of Teenage Riot Records :
After two successful Halloween live performances at the Alamo Drafthouse Ritz theater in Austin, Bird (Peterson) has finally released his critically acclaimed version of the classic genre definer Night Of The Living Dead featuring his new original score. Inspired by 80s horror and post-modern classical composers, the “driving synth filled” new soundtrack creates “an ongoing, rising pulse that brings out the natural anxiety of the film”. The full soundtrack is also now streaming everywhere and available for sale from Teenage Riot Records.
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