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Nekromantix Biography

Nekromantix count as one of the wilder bands working in psychobilly. Kim Nekroman (bass, vocals) quit an eight-year career as a submarine operator in the Royal Danish Navy to found the band in 1989, and Peter Sandorff (guitar, vocals) and Kristian Sandorff joined up soon after. After performing live on two occasions, the band immediately gained an enthusiastic following, not only in Denmark but also in Germany, where they made their first festival showing. In 1991 the band toured extensively in Europe, releasing Curse of the Coffin, their second full-length album that same year. The Brought Back to Life EP appeared in 1994, and two years later Nekromantix offered their fourth disc, Demons Are a Girl's Best Friend. A tour in Japan followed, as well as a 2000 live set for Kick Music. Nekromantix signed with Epitaph for 2002's Return of the Loving Dead, and stayed with the label through Dead Girls Don't Cry and 2005's Brought Back to Life Again, the latter of which was actually reissue of an out print 1992 release. Backing up Nekroman's bass and vocals in '05 were guitarist Trouble Tony and drummer Wasted James. ~ Mario Mesquita Borges, All Music Guide


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