The Dahmers, the Swedish punk band known for blending garage punk with energetic rock and 60’s pop, have released a brand new video for their song To the Night. The song is taken from the band’s latest release, In the Dead of Night, which was released back in April via Lovely Records on CD, vinyl and digital.
The Dahmers have a horror aesthetic that features quite prominently in their music and all around style. That horror vibe is very present in this new video in a multitude of ways, one of which includes Nosferatu working as a bartender, a job I think we can all agree he would be excel at.
As dusk settles in and night time approaches, The Dahmers rise from their coffins once more. Like bloodthirsty creatures of rock n roll, they will burst out into the moonlight leaving solitude behind on a rampage for terror. These thirteen nerve breaking songs are dedicated to the darkest of hours. A mutation of garage punk, energetic rock, and ’60s pop makes “In The Dead Of Night” a Frankenstein’s monster of music.
The Dahmers (who are currently based in Kristianstad, Sweden) released their debut album “Demon” on Farsot Records in 2014. The album quickly sold out and got an international release through Lövely records in 2015. The band released their “Terror On Wheels” EP in 2015 and “Blood On My Hands” EP in 2016. “Blood On My Hands” got elected on of the top 50 songs 2016 by Swedish National Radio as one of few rock n roll songs on the list. The band´s new album “In The Dead Of Night” was recorded in Studio Underjord by Joona Hassinen. Mixed by Linus Linkan’ Björnlund and mastered by Magnus Lindberg. Artwork by Branca Studios.
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