Skeletal Family & Ghost Dance with Anne Marie Hurst 14/02/20 @ The Wardrobe

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Skeletal Family & Ghost Dance with Anne Marie Hurst
+ Creeping Terrors
Friday 14th February
The Wardrobe
Door Time 8pm
Age Restriction 18+

TICKET INCLUDES FREE ENTRY INTO Mutant Movement/Dead And Buried with guest DJ Cavey Nik, WHICH FOLLOWS THIS EVENT UNTIL 2AM

Skeletal Family – Ghost Dance with Anne Marie Hurst

Anne Marie Hurst was the lead vocalist of Elements until 1982. In December 1982, she helped form Skeletal Family. After departing from Skeletal Family in 1985, she co-founded Ghost Dance with Gary Marx (formerly of The Sisters of Mercy) in 1985.

After an absence of more than 20 years, she returned to the music scene in 2009 and released a new album called Day of All Days as Anne Marie Hurst in 2011 featuring former Skeletal Family members Trotwood and Greenwood. The band then rebranded as The Skeletal family and performed regularly throughout Europe, USA and South america with various line ups until 2018.

Due to numerous requests from fans worldwide for Anne Marie to perform songs from both Skeletal Family and Ghost dance, Anne Marie has decided to put together a band to satisfy this demand and is proud to present her brand new show for the people of Leeds and surrounding areas in association with Mutant Movement.

The Creeping Terrors

The Creeping Terrors born in 2014 London and went through different line ups with the constant presence of the founder Consuelo de La Muerte.

Horror and feminism are the themes in The Creeping Terrors. Dark humour is also very important for the band lyrics and sound, it is a strange mix of horror, humour with a feminist RIOT GRRRLS. It is very rare to have a band that incorporate horror on a female and feminist point of view. We like to have an aggressive unapologetic sound, fast, short songs and very much full of punk influences.

The current line up is a trio including Consuelo de La Muerte vocals, Christian from the rock band Halo and Steve also playing in the goth band Nine Days Decline. We are mainly singing in English but some Spanish, Italian and German songs are also added inspired from bands as Naughty Zombies, Los Carniceros del Norte but also Californian death rockers like 45 Grave/Penis Flytrap, Catholic Spit and Otzy. Now working at on the second album out early 2020!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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