The horror-themed band Ghosts in the Graveyard has released the music video for their song “Needs”, and it’s pretty damn freaky.
Ghosts in the Graveyard – Needs (Official Video)
Shot on location in Paris and Seattle, “Needs” is a modern day retelling of Dracula, shot in the style of gritty, VHS 80s Horror. We also invited friends and fans from all over to do “death cameos” in the video. These special appearances include our label owner Mike Wimer (VNV Nation, The Labrynth, Information Society), Sarah Stewart (The Labrynth, Ayria), and DanXIII (Horror journalist of the former Famous Monsters of Filmland).
From the Press Release:
A.D.S.R. MusicWerks has signed Seattle based Shock Rock/Darkwave band, Ghosts in the Graveyard. Their debut album, Monsters for the Masses, will be released October 2016.
The band was formed in June 2014 by Filmmaker/Musician Byron C. Miller (Lead singer/Lyricist), who previously served as Co-Frontman in God Module. Inspired by Horror, Cinema, Shock Rock, and Synth Pop, this project is equal parts horrific, fun, and soul bearing. Byron’s film collaborator and seasoned musician, Paul Morgan (Wiscon), immediately came on board as the music creator and live guitarist. Coming from a Metal and Punk background, Paul brought a much needed edge to the project. With her beautiful voice and classical training, Byron’s wife and collaborator, Shelly, joined the band contributing to the lyrics, vocals, and playing live keyboard. They’ve played a number of theatrical shows and plan to do a mini-tour to go along with the album release. You can see them next performing at LoFi Seattle for Bat City Production’s Anti-Block Party.
MusicWerks President Michael Wimer, who also acted as Mixer on the album had this to say, “Ghosts in the Graveyard has struck a chord with their awesome debut album. This record shows some great depth and talent in song writing, while at the same time reminding me of how much fun I had trick-or-treating as a kid on Halloween! Well played!”
On signing with MusicWerks, the band commented, “We are happy to join the MusicWerks family and to be on the same roster as previous releases The Labrynth, Cylab, SMP, Noxious Emotion, Gliss, and Fokewolf.”