Freedom Has No Bounds

February 15th, 2011 by

Serial Killers – demo tape

 

Before White Zombie and GWAR when Marilyn Manson was just that weird goth kid smoking cloves outside his high school there was the Serial Killers (ok, I’m not sure all of that is true but I thought it sounded good) Live they were kind of like a slasher movie musical. Maybe the special effects were not Tom Savini quality but it was a good show. Once again I don’t have the cover for this demo so I’m not sure about what the line up was on it. The first three songs (two are on the same file) were also on the album (not sure if the recordings are different); Snake Pit and the cover of Iron Man I don’t believe were released anywhere else. The last song Abdullah the Butcher was from a compilation 7″. According to Paul’s myspace they are working on re-releasing the Roadside Rendezvous album and then doing a one

off show in Philly. Hopefully that will happen. In the meantime if you want to check out that album and the follow up seven inch (although you can’t download the sample of dirt from philly’s own serial killer Gary Heidnick’s yard) – the links are below:

SERIAL KILLERS-roadside rendezvous LP(1987)

Serial Killers – Heidnik’s House Of Horrors 7″ ’88

Audio Files

 
Illegitimate Son of Ed Gein
Dark Side of the Serial Killer/Serial Killer Part 2
Snake Pit
IronMan
Abdullah the Butcher
MediaFire Zip
 

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