"If horror movies have taught us anything, it's that if something looks dead, one shouldn't assume it's safe - or even that it's really dead. So it is with Carfax Abbey." Patrick Rodgers (Dancing Ferret Concerts)
Status: This is a trailer for the new album from Philadelphia's own Carfax Abbey. The new album is called Ca
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This is a trailer for the new album from Philadelphia's own Carfax Abbey. The new album is called Caustic Revolution, available Halloween 2012. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A82TTTu0xSM&sns=em Carfax Abbey has the distinction of being the first and only Philadelphia band to be signed to Philly-based Dancing Ferret Discs. The band's blend of hard rock and driving industrial programming had received favorable comparisons to Stabbing Westward and Nine Inch Nails, but it was Carfax Abbey's raw, cathartic live shows that ultimately won them a record deal. Their lyrics and music are heavily influenced by horror: not only horror cinema, but also the real horror of modern life and its all-too-common moments of betrayal, despair, addiction and heartbreak. "It Screams Disease" is the band's first commercially distributed album, following several successful self-releases which are now highly sought collector's items. Carfax Abbey has established a strong fan base with numerous live appearances as well as tracks on a number of compilations, one of which officially charted with Billboard. "It Screams Disease" consists of entirely new songs as well as an updated version of the band's cover of "Cry Little Sister," the iconic track from the classic horror film "The Lost Boys."