Taking their cue from horror inspired acts such as Rob Zombie and Wednesday 13. The Dead XIII are slashing their way through.
Since bursting onto the scene in 2013, The Dead XIII have wasted no time in grabbing audiences by the scruff of their necks and laying waste to stages across the UK. The five piece have been on quite a run since the release of ‘Catacombs’, most notably for their song writing as well as stunning live shows. ‘Daemons’ is the fifth single to be released from the album – which has also spawned two lyric videos, a fan video and the bands stunning debut video ‘XIII’
See what the band can unleash in their music video for ‘Killers’ below.
The Dead XIII were rated as one of Kerrang Magazine’s top acts of 2015, and ‘Catacombs’ as one of the top albums granting the albulm 4 K’s.(see for yourself below).
“Oozing with pure gothic sludge, this debut could well see The Dead XIII rising from the grave to become the next horror cult. KKKK”
Bringing together elements of rock, metal, punk and adding a dusting of horror as well as a multitude of riffage; The Dead XIII continue to forge their own path, continuing to give their hungry audience something fresh to get their teeth into.
From the critically acclaimed ‘Catacombs’ is their debut video for ‘XIII’ which when released was Kerrang!’s staff’s top 10 tracks of 2015! see why below.
Playing with other incredible bands including Anti-Clone, Carcer City and Farewell My love just to name a few. They are bringing together elements of rock, metal, punk and adding a dusting of horror as well as a multitude of riffage; The Dead XIII continue to forge their own path, continuing to give their hungry audience something fresh to get their teeth into.
Let’s see what Kurt Blackshard has to say about Vocalzone!
“I have been using Vocalzones for all of my artist life and don’t imagine stopping, they’re the main thing that gets me through the tour and after.”