Gather your loved-ones around the fire, snuggle up with a blanket and a cup of cider, and listen to your favorite holiday melodies. [more inside]
Part of a soundtrack to a zombie movie that doesn't exist. [more inside]
A cover of the Misfits song, slowed way down and given a sort of old sci fi movie feel. Featuring extra creepy vocals by the incredible snsranch-- all shall fall to the power of his burning hand!
Inspired by Aled Lewis' "The Horde" [more inside]
Breakups? Hard enough on the living, but harder for zombies. [more inside]
93 Studios' 20-weirdest-zombie-movies-ever-made list (via Large Hearted Boy's tweet) cracked my skull. [more inside]
Because it's not finished until there's a white guy pretending to be a gospel choir.
Taking Astro Zombie's ballad and running with it: here's a quick-and-dirty shades-of-Cash musical interpretation of one hell of a story.
Zombie gangsta rap? (NSFW lyrics) [more inside]
Here's a little thing I whipped up in a couple of hours one night earlier this week. Given the amount of time I spent on it, I think it turned out pretty well, despite my voice. The chorus was stolen from another song I was (am?) writing which is based loosely on an episode of Doctor Who. The rest of the lyrics were written in about 15 minutes. I never got around to the bass, and I lost the final drum song program I put in when I stupidly yanked the SD card out too quick, but I doubt I'll ever get to putting these in, so here it is.