Dead Wolf Club’s ‘Wolves & Zombies’ Playlist!

Noisy four-piece Dead Wolf Club have just added some new tour dates including a London show at The Garage with Bleech, on 1st March. They are releasing their debut album on 1st February 2012 on Scene Not Herd Recordings.

They’re also giving away a free track! Download ‘Radar’ here: dead wolf club

To celebrate all of this Dead Wolf Club (aka John Othello (vox/guitars), Alwin Fernandez (guitars), Martha Supajirawatananon (bass), Serra Petalle (drums) have kindly made us a playlist of tunes, unsuprisingly given the undead nature of their name they chose the theme of ‘Wolves and Zombies’.

Bauhaus – Bela Lugosi’s Dead

Undead, undead, do we need to say more?

Duran Duran – Hungry like the Wolf

The Undead are hungry indeed like Wolves!

Iced Earth – Wolf

The lyrics seem intended to draw pity rather than disgust from the monster, using lines such as “Innocence tainted by pure lunacy”, “Cursed by the moonlight/a doomed changling”, and the final verse line “It’s maddening/an innocent victim finds his peace.” Oh yes.

Les Savy Fav – What Would Wolves Do

We do believe that the song is a question and if they were human or developed musical skills, and formed a band, they would sound like this song, cute, cuddly and fond of howling. You gotta love the wolf howls in this song.

TV on the Radio – Wolf like Me

Amazing song, which sums up the transformation when the wretched curse hits you at midnight and you transform. The truth is, we all have a werewolf inside of us and when it comes out, its not always a bad thing, as TVOTR note; ‘My hearts aflame, my body’s strained, but god I like it’

Sisters of Mercy – Blood Money

If Zombies where with us and were wolves they would trade in Blood Money and this would be there anthem M83 – NightWe are indeed the club of dead wolves, and as with all zombie type creatures, we only come out at night. If we were actual zombies, we’d love to go round killing people to this, pure electro gaze mess, perfect for biting the next unsuspecting victim.

Queens of the Stone Age – Song for the Dead

They played this at Reading a few years ago, and John and I got battered almost to death in the moshpit. The crazy drum intro is almost like a wake up call, to all the dead. And if you were some sort of weird zombie-fied wolf, you’d probably sound like Mark Laneghan.

West Wickhams – Where The Waters Dark

This goth duo’s song is all about the dark night of the undead, where wolves turn up for a quick tea party.

Super Furry Animals – Bass tuned to D.E.A.D

If you’re an undead, is there any other way to tune your bass?

Catch them at these venues on their debut album tour-
February 2012

1st Lincolnshire Horncastle Old Nicks Tavern
2nd Leicester Lock 42
3rd Doncaster Social Bar
4th Inverness Madhatters
5th Leeds Brudenell Social Club
6th Coventry Kasbah
7th Manchester Kraak Gallery – Free Entry
8th Bristol Louisiana
9th London Barbican Native Tongue – Free Entry
11th Southampton Joiners Arms
12th Scotland Kilmarnock Festival
18th Southsea Facett Inn
24th Wrexham Central Station
25th Isle of Man Douglas Clarendon Hotel
26th Milton Keynes Crauford Arms (with Bleech)


1st London Upstairs The Garage (with Bleech)
3rd Halifax Puzzle Inn (with Bleech)

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