Dracula Party is a horror themed Industrial band featuring Byron C. Miller (ex God Module and Ghosts in the Graveyard) and Chris Longo (ex Idoless and The Uncommitted). The band combines elements of Classic Industrial, EBM, Synthwave, and horror aesthetics and turns it into awesomeness. That awesomeness is on full display in their new music video, “Trick or Treat.”
Check it out below, then read on for all the details about their new EP!
From The Dracula Party “Trick Or Treat” Press Release
The new Seattle Industrial band, Dracula Party, release their giallo themed music video, “Trick or Treat,” from their debut EP, “The Devil Wears a Mask,” now available on all digital music platforms.
The video was Directed and Edited by Dracula Party vocalist/lyricist, Horror filmmaker Byron C. Miller. Byron previously directed The Anatomy of Monsters (2016) Artsplotiation Films, Night (2006) Brain Damage Films, and is currently on the film festival circuit as Writer, Editor of the award winning short film, (in Here) I Am God which plays August 11 at TCL Chinese 6 Theatre as an Official Selection to the Hollyshorts Film Festival.
“I wanted this to feel like a modern successor to the great 70s Giallo flms. I love working with saturated colors and surreal imagery to create nightmarish realities. It was great collaborating with the multi talented actress, Kay Whitney (Tall Men, Z Nation), who really dived into the lead role. I also have to give a shout out to long time collaborator, Paul Morgan (The Anatomy of Monsters), for his lush cinematography, and my wife, Shelly Smith, for the stupendous Production Design.” -Byron C. Miller
The 5 song EP is available below for $3.99. Individual songs are listed for just $0.99 each.
How can you not love a band that has a song called “Fright Night 4 Real?” I love their sound. “Trick or Treat” reminds me of John Carpenter’s scores. That’s never a bad thing! I dig the Suspiria look of the video, too. Super cool!
What do you think? Did you enjoy the video? Will you pick up the album? Tell us in the comments!