|March 12th, 2004
||I originally wrote a small rant on my take on this whole mess about
The Howard Stern Show being taken off the airwaves on Clear Channel stations, but have since found many great links on Stern's website which put things into a better perspective than I could ever put them. Please take the time to read some of these articles and try and realize what is happening to our freedoms in this country.
Personally, I have never been so frightened as I am right now since the PMRC hearings that attacked rock music in the early 1980's.
Check out these links: HERE
|February 24th, 2004
||Az writes in:
" On behalf of myself (don't wanna put words in my beloved bandmate's mouths), I'd like to thank 'The Man of Steel' Shawn, Dee, Matt, and Geoff of TOXIC LOVE AFFAIR (formerly Ssik Humor) for a great time at
Luckys. Zadoc, along with TLA and Down the Sky ripped the joint apart Saturday with three consecutive powerhouse sets. I'd like to wish our friends the best with their new moniker and forthcoming recording, as well as thank Dee Thorpe personally for joining us for the better part of our set.
To the fans: this isn't the end, but the beginning of the new Toxic Nightmares... although, 'the Nightmare Affair' has a better ring to it, I think... and considering how incestuously linked together our two projects are, affair is only perfect... it'd
take you days to map out who was in whose band when and where...
So..... stop out an join us for the party."
After the great time we had at Lucky's this weekend, it's our pleasure to announce that both the Nightmare and TOXIC LOVE AFFAIR will be returning on April 3rd, and May 15th.
As for more news on the Nightmare...we'll be getting some new promotional material together in the upcoming months and prepare to finally finish the long awaited
Tragically Ever After album. Some Syracuse area shows are also in the works for the springtime.
Lastly, band biographies for Az, Carmen, and Zadoc have finally been put up (even though they're still in the rough stages) and the site should be getting back on track to regular updates soon.
Thanks again to TOXIC LOVE AFFAIR, Dee Thorpe, Jim at Still Kicken Productions, and Christina at Lucky's for another great round of Nightmarish fun.
|February 19th, 2004
||Wow! What a long grueling winter it has been...after
receiving over 7 feet of snow over the month of January the website has been a touch neglected as of late. Lots of new pictures are up, however, in our Photo Gallery, including shots from Savage Sarge's birthday bash which featured the legendary 99¢ Special returning to the stage after 7 long years of
absence. Zadoc, himself joined in as a member of 99¢ Special playing some keyboards and guitar for the band's much anticipated return. The show was a blast with alot of good friends in attendance - you can check out the pictures in the Miscellaneous section of the Photo Gallery
Also in early February, the Nightmare made a return appearance to Bleachers with the Born Again Savages, The Maledictions, and The Pushrods which has also been added to the Photo Gallery.
A special thanks goes out to Wayne W. Johnson of Caroline Blue for taking these shots from both nights and for coming out and supporting both bands. Thanks again Wayne, from both the Nightmare and from 99¢ Special.
Nightmare bassist Az Mordecai wrote the following about our upcoming show this weekend at Lucky's in Rome, NY:
" To those who haven't already been informed, Zadoc... and the Nightmare will be playing this Saturday (February 21st) at Luckys in Rome. We've done a couple of shows here over the last few months and they've always been great experiences...Zadoc will be playing with our cohorts formerly known as Ssik Humor: TOXIC LOVE AFFAIR and Down the Sky. Everyone who caught any of the past Ssik Nightmares shows at Bridge Street Music Hall, Luckys, or Mr. McGills knows that the new 'Toxic Nightmares' will
definately be an awesome show... and who knows... maybe even a special guest will join us for the set. We'll see.
See you there."
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|November 29th, 2003
||A new interview has gone up this week with none other than founding member and my best friend of over 23 years,
Dark Cloud! Also to ease your searching for past interviews, you can now check out both interviews from RaYzor and Dark Cloud (as well as from those yet to come) by clicking
here. A link will also be posted in the main section of the graveyard within the next few days or so. Stay tuned for a new interview every week for
Fiendish Friday's Epitaph Interviews
|November 22nd, 2003
Nightmare wants to give a belated thank you out to Christina
and the rest of the staff at Lucky's
and Jim at Still
Kicken Productions for making things run smoothly. Again
it was a pleasure to share another billing with Ssik
Humor which afterwards morphed into a crazy hybrid band
(consisting of Dee Thorpe and Matt Miller from Ssik Humor on
guitar and drums, respectively, and Az and myself on bass and
vocals, respectively) aptly coined the Ssik Nightmare as we
blazed our way through a handful of coversongs by Black
Sabbath, Guns N' Roses, Chuck Berry, and even Elvis! To top
everything else the finale was led by Matt into the whole bar
singing the national anthem. It was a blast and we'll all be
sure to do it again another time.
In rather exciting news, I am happy to announce that
there will be a new CD planned from Zadoc: Vampire Theatre
next year. Reuniting for the first time in 6 years on the
recording will be the "Classic" lineup of Dark
Cloud, Kirk Brinley, Zadoc, and The Jester. There are sure to
be guest appearances from other former members and good
friends as well. We're still in the preliminary planning
stages, so we'll keep you posted as we progress.
I have a few treats to unleash for the site to keep
everyone occupied. Starting today and every Friday I the site
will be featuring Fiendish Friday's Epitaph Interviews in
which we will be posting interviews with former bandmembers,
staff, and even some familiar friends here and there. For the
debut interview we proudly present An
Epitaph for RaYzor. Keep checking back every Friday for a
new interview that might bring back some old memories as well
as a chuckle or two.
Finally, as some of you might know, I
posted a response to a few inappropriate posts in the
Zadoc...and the Nightmare forum back in August. This morning a
pair of posts were made that, although I felt harmless enough
to leave up in the forum, needed to be replied to just the
same. What I had to say was too long and wordy to simply post
into the forum, so to those interested in reading it, it has
been posted here.
|November 2nd, 2003
||October has proven to be a pretty active month for the Nightmare, as well as for yours truly. October 11th started things off with Zadoc filling the role of bass player for SINdy Crucifix's C.O.A. at the Landmark Theatre - a full review can be read on Tom Around the World.com. This was a pretty crazy event that saw former Nightmare members Illin' and SINdy alongside of Zadoc in SINdy's solo project at the Landmark Theatre.
The Nightmare next played a double ended weekend on October 17th and 18th at Lucky's in Rome, and at Bridge Street Music Hall here in Syracuse, respectively. The crew at Lucky's were some of the coolest folks to work with and gave us a warm debut welcome to Rome. Also that night was a punked out set by our friends in Born Again Savages. Unfortunately, in our aftershow excitement we managed to forget our beloved bass player Az and left him behind back in Rome! Thankfully, J.T. from the Savages was kind enough to give him a lift home intime to rest up for next day's performance at BSMH with our friends in Ssik Humor. It's always a blast to hang with Dee, Matt, Geoff, and Shawn, especially playing on the largest stage in Syracuse. During Ssik Humor's set, Zadoc once again was invited up to provide some backing vocals for their tune Broke.
Next weekend saw us back up into the North Country playing alongside of Hypnotica, Roman Singleton Project, Know Fear, and Judas Priest Tribute - Victim of Changes. After playing another fun set on another large stage, Zadoc again was called upon for some vocal help from the Roman Singeton Project, this time performing Ozzy Osbourne's "Over The Mountain".
Finally, Halloween night saw the Nightmare return to Bleachers alongside of some other great performances from Caroline Blue (performing a tribute to KISS, complete in classic KISS makeup), Dogs On Mars (in which the band members all dressed up like their axeman, Darin Scott, this was f'n hysterical!), and a blistering set from Watertown's Caustic. There was a great turnout which saw many of our good friends arriving (some in costume, including Bleacher's own Craig Costello) and which we made many new ones as well.
Again many thanks go around to everyone for making October such a fun and successful time for us here at the Nightmare. We'd personally like to extend extra special thanks to: John Thomas (thanks for giving Az a lift and for the pics), the Sarge (for the extra hand promoting us and making us band of the month on his website TATW), Still Kicken Productions, Jason and Sue from Metal Scene and the Poetry Pit, Hypnotica for "car pushin'" - lol, Illin', Reverend Joe Savage, and of course: Bleachers, Club 342, Lucky's, BSMH, Ssik Humor, Enertia, Caroline Blue, Dogs On Mars, Caustic, Born Again Savages, and of course our friends and family for coming along with us and supporting us at the various shows.
Now that the thanks are out of the way, check out the Photograph Library which has finally been reconstructed. Some of our video captures from our current shows have been added, as well as many candid and humorous photos from our distant past. I have alot more to add (which lately has been almost daily additions) so keep checking back to relive many great memories from our past shows and our great extended history.
Thanks to all again, and be sure to catch us back at Lucky's in Rome on November 14th with our friends in Ssik Humor.
|September 27th, 2003
||Nightmare bassist, Az Mordecai, celebrates another birthday today. We all wish him a good one and look forward to many more years ahead together. It's been an absolute pleasure to work with someone as dedicated, energetic, and hardworking as Az.
Until our Halloween shows, you can still check out two upcoming shows with former Nightmare members Illin' and SINdy Crucifix. October 4th sees Illin' and the rest of the Born Again Savages hit Club 342 with our friends Ssik Humor. While October 11th at the Landmark Theatre you can catch Born Again Savages again alongside of SINdy's Children of Apathy where Zadoc will be filling in for the bass duties for the evening.
|September 9th, 2003
||The Nightmare would like to thank Ssik Humor for having us out to the Bridge Street Music Hall last weekend. As usual, we all had a blast hanging out with our friends in Ssik Humor and look forward to pairing up again soon.Last weekend's show also saw the debut of our new drummer Carmen Giocondo. Those of you who caught the shows we've done at the Stag Hotel will realize that Carmen is no stranger to the Nightmare, as his band The Late Prophets has shared a few billings with us.
While the Nightmare is gearing up for Halloween, unfortunately the Metal Scene show scheduled at the Planet 505 on September 26th has been cancelled. Metal Scene is looking into rescheduling the date and we'll let you know when and where as soon as possible.
However, make sure to check out our Halloween bashes at Club 342 up in LeRay, NY (just north of Watertown) on October 25th, and at Bleachers in Liverpool, NY on October 31st.
Finally, a congrats from the Nightmare to Dee of Ssik Humor and his wife Marsha on the birth of their son Daniel yesterday (September 8th, 2003).
|August 29th, 2003
||The Nightmare will
be joining Ssik Humor on two upcoming
performances: September 5th @ Bridge Street Music
Hall, Syracuse, NY, and also
26th for a performance organised by Metal Scene
which will also feature Hypnotica, and Enertia.
(Note: the September 26th
show has been cancelled)
The good news? Admission for the September 5th
show at Bridge Street Music Hall will be FREE!!
If you haven't come out to see us or Ssik Humor
yet, September 5th is a perfect opportunity to do
so. See ya there...let the Ssik Nightmare tour
|August 14th, 2003
response to some posts that have been removed from the forum,
Zadoc once again takes a few moments to reflect and comment on
|August 4th, 2003
||Our thanks go out
to Still Kickin' productions (for putting on
great sound for both nights), Healing Hearts of
Northern N.Y., Metal Scene, and to our friends in
Wiremouth, Ssik Humor, Hypnotica, O.B.I.E., and
R19. An extra thanks goes out to Geoff from Ssik
Humor for lending his bass to Az for the August
2nd show after one of our cars blew a tire that
was carrying some equipment (thanks also to Matt,
Dee, and Shawn for showing up early and helping
us load in after we arrived a bit late). The
Nightmare's lineup has made a few changes,
keyboardist Ambrosia has left the band due to
illness and personal problems and was not able to
perform at either the July 20th or August 2nd
performances. We wish her a speedy recovery and
best wishes for the future. However, we're just
about finalizing breaking in our new drummer
which we'll probably be announcing shortly. Last
but not least, the Nightmare and Ssik Humor are trying to put
together a small package deal to feature both
bands on some future billings. We've had a blast
hanging out with these guys at the last two shows
(the Nightmare is no stranger to Matt and Dee's
previous bands Tolerance, Krypt VI, and Sane) and
musically the two bands seem to mesh very well
together. We look forward to putting together a
mini-tour and maybe branch things out to a few
neighboring states as well. Thanks again to
everyone for their support and we'll see you on
the Ssik Nightmare
|July 8th, 2003
||The Nightmare would
like to thank Craig Costello and the Bleachers
crew as well as This, Stone Soul Foundation and
Ridgid for putting on another fun show July 5th.
Although we had a few problems with the house PA
and some minor fire hazards it was still an eventful evening and was great to see so many
old friends as well as making new ones. The
Nightmare is currently breaking in a new drummer
that will hopefully make his debut July 20th in
Watertown for the benefit show being put on by
the Healing Hearts of Northern New York. All
proceeds from the event will be going to the
family of T. James A. Hornsby, a 9 year old boy
who lost his life in the Black River in Jefferson
County on June 16th. If you can make it out to
the North Country, this is certainly a show that
should not be missed. The Nightmare has also been
slated to open the August 2nd Metal Madness show
at Mr. McGills in Utica, N.Y. alongside of
Wiremouth, Pile of Heads, and a spectacular Iron
Maiden tribute act, Live After Death. Make sure
to head out to this one early as the Nightmare
goes on at 1pm.
|June 23rd, 2003
||The Nightmare has
been slated to appear at Bleachers' 1st annual Not
at The Beach Blast...for the Shut In and Fair
Skinned! alongside of This,
Stone Soul Foundation and Rigid
on July 5th. This will be the first performance
with new bass maestro Az and may possibly
christen a new drummer as well. Make sure not to
miss this debut of the new band and come out to
support Bleachers which is making great strides
in supporting local music in the Central New York
Zadoc has also been slotted
to headline a benefit show for Healing Hearts of
Northern New York on July 20th and will be
pairing up once again in August with former
cohorts Pagan Holiday 1313 for a few dates in
Watertown, NY. Further details will be announced
|June 5th, 2003
Nightmare are slotted to perform at an event
comprised of bands paying tribute to the artists
that have inspired them. The Nightmare has chosen
to perform a handful of Guns N' Roses songs to
join the festivities. Re-Uniting for the event
will be former drummer RaYzor, joining Zadoc, Az,
and Ambrosia playing such classics as Rocket
Queen, which the band previously recorded two
years ago for a Guns N' Roses tribute CD.
Many more local and
regional acts are expected to share the billing,
and the headliners will be some of the area's top
tribute acts including The
Soft Parade a Doors tribute
band hailing from New Jersey. So far the event is
in it's planning stages, so more details will be
|April 9th, 2003
||Zadoc announces a
(slightly) new lineup to the Nightmare:
Continuing on from her previous stint with the
Nightmare, Ambrosia has chosen to continue
onwards and has brought bassist Az into the fold.
The three piece has begun to rehearse the old
material and is introducing new material into the
fold while searching for a drummer to complete
the circle. The band is about to begin putting
together promotional material starting with a
photo shoot slated within the next coming weeks.
A new look for the website will surface shortly
afterwards. Former drummer RaYzor Castaldo
alongside of his former bandmates Exit and Darren
Blunt have also begun preparations for a 99¢
Special reunion. Having been one of Zadoc's
favourite regional acts as well as a hometown
inspiration this will surely be a great act to
see perform once they begin touring. With any
luck, hopefully we might play a few shows
together again. Either way you'll be sure to see
the Nightmare in full support of this legendary
Tribal-Industrial juggernaut. Also, the
possibility of RaYzor helping out the Nightmare
on a part-time basis is certainly not out of the
|March 17th, 2003
||The Nightmare is
yet again in face of another lineup change due to
the inability of the band members to maintain a
reasonable rehearsal schedule. Sadly although
there was a good amount of talent and camaraderie,
I feel that I need to move ahead as the band has
been spinning it's wheels for the past 6 months
and wouldn't be ready to perform for some time to
come. If things were to change in regards to
their abilities to maintain a respectable amount
of dedication to rehearsal, the doors are still
wide open for the former members to return. I
have enjoyed working with the former lineup and
am sad to have to part with them, but being
stagnant is not how I'd like to spend my time.
Currently, I am working again with sequenced
arrangements and seeking out a more dedicated
lineup as well as venturing into new compositions
and arrangements. There should be a more steady
stream of updates on the website to keep you all
clued in to the current whereabouts. I'd like to
give thanks to the former members for doing what
they have done well, and wish them luck into
future endeavors. As for me, it's time to get
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|November 29th, 2002
||The Nightmare is
happy to announce that it's 3 song teaser demo Tragically
Ever After is now available
from MP3.com and will be
available at all future performances. This three
song demo was recorded in-house to whet the
appetites for our album in-progress which will be
slated to commence production in January of 2003.
Also, in the good news department, the Nightmare
has finally secured a permanent bassist. Our new
low-end thumper simply known as Animal
is currently being schooled in the vast library
of Zadoc...and Nightmare and will have his bio
page up shortly. Finally in really, REALLY, happy
news I am proud to announce my sister, Marlo
Angell, who filmed and directed several videos
for the Nightmare married her long-time boyfriend
Peter Jasso on November 19th. A streaming video
of the ceremony can be found on www.alittlewhitechapel.com by searching under
her new husband's name.
|November 9th, 2002
||Once again the
Nightmare performed another fantastic show for
the people of Watertown. Debuting returning
members Ambrosia and RaYzor, the band revisited
many classics from the band's 1997 release "...As
the Curtain Falls.."
as well as the newer favourites.
The Nightmare sends
it's thanks to The Edge, Supernaut, and NFU for
hosting such a successful performance, as well as
SINdy Crucifix for filling in on the bass guitar
duties for the evening.
|October 31st, 2002
||First off, the
Nightmare would like to announce an impromptu
performance November 9th at The Edge in
Watertown, NY that was to originally be headlined
by Black Sabbath tribute Supernaut. Due to a
member of Supernaut being unable to attend, the
Nightmare will be performing the show with Thrown
to Tragedy on Saturday, November 9th and will
also have a few Tragically Ever After 3-song
teaser demos on hand. The 3 songs should also be
appearing on our mp3.com homepage around
the same time.
Meanwhile, check out former
Nightmare drummer I.M. ILLIN and the Born Again
Savages November 8th at The Bridge Street Music
Hall in East Syracuse, NY and again at the Erotic
Art Show in late November.
a few brief quips, former Nightmare bass
player/arsonist Mike Turner (aka
been ordered by police not to trespass on the
property of Zadoc and his wife Courtney after an
attempted burglary. Neither Fulton police nor
Zadoc himself believe Turner to be the burglar
that struck the property in July of this year. If
anyone has any information on either attack on
Zadoc's home, please contact me at the following
e-mail address: email@example.com
happier note, former Guitarist and founding
member Kirk Brinley is expecting his first child.
Brinley, who left the band in August of 1999 is
still a close friend of the Nightmare despite
leaving the music scene behind him on his
departure. Congratulations from Zadoc, Monster,
Ambrosia, and RaYzor!
|October 8th, 2002
||Speaking on behalf
of Supernaut (Black Sabbath Tribute) and
Zadoc...and the Nightmare, my apologies go out to
all the bands and people looking forward to
attending this event. The performance was
cancelled by the owner of the Lost Horizon this
week and although the organizers of
RocktoberQuest attempted to move the show to a
different venue, there wasn't enough time to work
out the details with alternative venues. It's a
sad day when 20 bands are willing to play for
free in order to raise money for Cancer Research
only to be cancelled at the last minute by venue
owners. Thanks to all the bands willing to donate
their time towards this cause and hopefully we'll
find another way and another day to bring
Syracuse some great bands and also fight this
|September 4th, 2002
||In a sudden
decision after a short vacation break from the
band, Nightmare drummer I.M.Illin has left the
band due to musical differences. Basically, Illin
and the Nightmare had different ideas concerning
the band's musical direction. It has been an
honour and a privilege to work with such a high
caliber of musician and all of us here in the
Nightmare wish Illin the best in all of his
future musical endeavors, and the possibility of
future collaboration is certainly not out of the
question. Meanwhile, former Nightmare drummer
RaYzor has returned to the fold and has been
welcomed with open arms. RaYzor has a long
history with the Nightmare, having performed the
bands first dozen shows and later returning as a
keyboardist for the band's 1997 release ...As
the Curtain Falls..."
only to return to the drummers throne months
after the albums release. After an initial
rehearsal with RaYzor the band feels
re-invigorated and has become a more comfortable
unit than before.
|August 18th, 2002
Black Sabbath Tribute debuted their new vocalist
earlier than expected this Saturday at The Rock
in Watertown sharing the bill with Watertown's
own Caustic. This was the first show to feature
Zadoc at the helm of the band and was a good
warmup for their September shows, as well as a
fun outing for the band.
|August 12th, 2002
Nightmare would like to thank all the people who
made yet another Erotic Art show a success at the
Stag Hotel Saturday, July 27th. Special thanks to
Chuck Westfall and the rest of the Promise
Breakers, and J.P. Crangle for livening things up
again. We also had a great time playing once
again with our Cincinatti co-horts Pagan Holiday
1313 in Watertown and our own Lost Horizon here
in Syracuse. Special thanks to the Pagan crew:
Mike Pagan, Eric Pagan, Gary Pagan, and Heroin
and also Tom, Jason, and Sue from Supernaut for
coming out and photographing the Watertown event.
We will definitely be teaming up again in the
future, possibly in Cincinatti next time! The
Nightmare is also glad to announce the return of
our keyboardist Ambrosia (formerly credited as
Seek/Kim Mercier). The reunion of Zadoc, Monster,
and Ambrosia was long overdue and may introduce a
new side project in an acoustic nature as well as
introduce a new collaborative songwriting effort
for the Nightmare. Ambrosia was present at the
final mixing stages of our 1997 release ...As
the Curtain Falls... and
performed several shows thereafter and will also
be featured on our upcoming release Tragically
Ever After Finally, in a
benefit for cancer research and relief Supernaut
will be hosting a charity performance aptly named
RocktoberQuest with a large billing featuring
both Supernaut and Zadoc...and the Nightmare.
RocktoberQuest will be held October 12th at the
Lost Horizon and will feature the two bands
alongside of Thrown 2 Tragedy, Number 2,
Wiremouth, Cliff Diver & the 6lb. Bucket and
many other acts for a $10 admission as well as
catering being available for an all day event.
Please make sure to attend to help raise money to
find a cure for this tragic killer.
|July 25th, 2002
||The Nightmare is
happy to announce a few new show dates for July
and August, seeing us paired up with our 1997
tourmates Pagan Holiday for a 3-day mini-tour in
August. Filling in on bass guitar duties for this
summer's shows again will be Joe DiRienzo of Born
Again Savages, with a possibility of former
guitarist SINdy Crucifix returning to the fold
for a few nights. Plans to record the
performances with Tragically Ever After producer
Gary Dobbins may see songs recorded from the
3-day mini-tour may appear on our forthcoming
|July 25th, 2002
morning someone 'broke' into my home and stole my
Nintendo 64 and Sony Playstation game consoles
along with all of the accessories and over 40
games. The value of the property stolen is far
over $500 and therefore constitutes a felony
burglary charge. My wife and I do not wish to
press any charges against anyone, we just want
our belongings returned, no questions asked.
There was no sign of break-in and unfortunately,
the only person who could have possibly had a key
is a former member of the Nightmare. It is sad
when someone you tried to help out of a rough
time turns and stabs you in the back like this. I
have only posted this here as I am sure some of
you are still in contact with this individual and
might be able to provide some information that
could help my wife and I recover our stolen
belongings, or lead to an arrest of this
individual before he burglarizes someone else. If
you have any information at all that might help,
please contact either myself or my wife at: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com to contact my
wife, Courtney. Thank you for any information you
|July 13th, 2002
Black Sabbath? Apparently so. Zadoc has become
the new vocalist for Watertown's ultimate Black
Sabbath tribute bandSupernaut. The band
featuring Zadoc in the lead vocalist slot should
begin booking in September, and of course you
will find the performance dates listed on this
website, along with the performance dates of our
other sister bands Born Again Savages and
Children of Apathy.
|June 14th, 2002
||After long weeks of
rehearsal, the band has finally broke ground on
our way to our new album, Tragically
Ever After The band has
returned to Eastwind Studios where the 1997
release of ...As The
Curtain Falls... was
born. Illin' and temporary bassist Joe DiRienzo
are no strangers to Eastwind themselves it being
the same studio used for the Undergang and Born
Again Savages recordings. With producer Gary
Dobbins at the helm, Zadoc alumni SINdy Crucifix
helping with guitar parts, and the familiar
engineering of Dave Huyck and Mike Jaffarian (who
both worked on the Curtain
recordings), we've managed to begin capturing a
new dynamic recording rooted in a familiarity
that we hope you will enjoy. Currently, we're
taking a much deserved small rest and hope to
continue the good successful recording sessions
we've had so far again shortly. Look for another
update soon, as well as a few new shows to report
for this summer.
|May 8th, 2002
||After much delay,
the graveyard is now coming
along again, albeit slowly. Many new bios are up,
as well as a fresh new layout. With the new
layout in place, it should be gradually
|April 15th, 2002
||Dark Cloud and the
Nightmare have yet again parted ways. As
rehearsals for our forthcoming CD, Tragically
Ever After have
commenced, it has became painfully obvious that
Dark Cloud was not able to keep up. Dark Cloud
helped form this band almost ten years ago, and
has been in and out due to personality conflicts
with Zadoc himself. At first it looked highly
likely that a new project would spawn with Zadoc
and Dark Cloud more reminiscent of the band's
earlier years, but later on Dark Cloud resigned
from wanting to participate. It now looks as
though Zadoc and Dark Cloud will continue a
working relationship as a songwriting team, which
is what they do best. All of us here at
Zadoc...and the Nightmare wish Dark Cloud well
and hope that things have turned out for the
best. Meanwhile, Joe DiRienzo of Born Again
Savages fame will handle the Bass duties for the
recording which is set to commence in May. No
official replacement has been discussed.
Meanwhile, in the
Children of Apathy camp Zadoc may be taking a
more permanent role in SINdy's band. SINdy,
Ghandi, and Zadoc are currently rehearsing and
recording a smattering of songs to build up a
press kit to play some more shows.
|March 15th, 2002
||The Nightmare has
been working pretty hard as of late, hence the
lack of updates to the site. We're happy to
announce that we've found a producer for our
forthcoming album Tragically
Ever After, Gary Dobbins,
famed for his work with countless amounts of
artists including God Lives Underwater. I have
been demoing a totally acoustic recording of the
material slated for the album, which I intend to
release as a small solo effort entitled Solitaire,
which should be available within a month or so.
You can check on
the progress of Tragically
Ever After by clicking this link. I will
update it as we move along. In Children of Apathy
news the show set for this Saturday March 16th,
is on. In a surprise turn of events, I, myself
will be performing as guitarist with the band
with the absense of former guitarist Ash Bowie.
This debut performance of Children of Apathy
seeing Zadoc with former Nightmare alumni SINdy
Crucifix and Ghandi NiJew will be an early show
in the afternoon around 5pm.
|February 25th, 2002
||Check your closets
and under your beds to make sure to wish a happy
birthday to Monster. New photos and such should
be on their way as well as a progress report on
how Tragically Ever After
is progressing. Children of Apathy's ever
changing show-date has yet again been moved to
|February 4th, 2002
||Added a video for Save
Me from Friday's show.
Due to the low lighting the image quality is a
bit dark, but it is up for your enjoyment
Children of Apathy have
released their version of Paper
Dolls, which sounds quite
abit different from the version the Nightmare
play live. Give it a listen and check it out. A
license arrangement may see a studio version from
us as well.
|February 2nd, 2002
||Another great show
last night at the Stag Hotel with amazing sets by
Small Girl Boils Water and Wiremouth. Also on
hand was SINdy Crucifix, Ghandi Nijew, and Ash
Bowie of Children of Apathy in which SINdy joined
us onstage for a rendition of Paper Dollz. Thanks
again to Dick at the Stag for having us for
another round of the REVENGE OF THE SON OF SAMMY,
as well as thanks to our friends in Children of
Apathy, Small Girl Boils Water, and Wiremouth for
another fun evening at the Stag. A new title for
our forthcoming CD has been conceived, and the
album will be aptly titled "Tragically Ever
|January 30th, 2002
||For your enjoyment
a new acoustic version of Save
Me has been released and
is available for download and web-streaming at mp3.com This version was
recorded as a gesture of thanks to all of you. It
has been one crazy year and I extend this
dedication to the guys who make it all happen -
Dark Cloud, Illin, Monster, and SINdy Crucifix.
|January 27th, 2002
||In a mutual
parting, the Nightmare waves goodbye to guitarist
and former keyboardist SINdy Crucifix. Due to
time constraints and conflicting schedules, SINdy
no longer has the time needed to continue with
the Nightmare. SINdy will however continue making
music in his other project Children of
Apathy and has his debut
performance on March 9th. We will continue to
keep you updated on SINdy's whereabouts and we
are sure we will cross paths again in the future.
From all of us here at Zadoc...and the Nightmare,
good luck, SINdy, and hopefully we'll share the
stage again sometime soon.
|January 9th, 2002
intended to take the season off for a while,
we've decided to play a few shows to release some
Zadoc...and the Nightmare will be appearing:
1st at the Stag Hotel for another REVENGE OF THE
SON OF SAMMY Night with
Small Girl Boils Water and Wiremouth
February 10th at Armory High
with Big Midgets, Jesters, Sillyium, and Days in
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|December 31st, 2001
New Years and make sure to wish a happy birthday
to Dark Cloud. In news about the band and the
forthcoming album, things are progressing well.
Expect to hear some updates soon.
|December 16th, 2001
makes an appearance on a short documentary about
the legendary Syracuse area industrial band 99¢
Special. The video can be downloaded online
courtesy of 99¢
Special's official website
here to download Daze of 99¢ Special
mpeg format, 38Mb
|November 11th, 2001
to all those who made THE REVENGE OF THE SON
OF SAMMY show a blast. Special kudos again go
out to Chuck Westfall, our very own Illin', and
the rest of the Promise Breakers for putting on
another great show at the Stag. A special
surprise guest made an appearance shocking the
Nightmare...perhaps more shocking is the fact
that he is teaming forces with us once again.
Bio will be up soon, as I am about to collapse
from the great night I had tonight!
|September 30th, 2001
Nightmare announces two new shows: October 21st -
Armory High and November 10th - Son of SAMMY show
at The Stag Bar. Cosmetically, the site is
getting yet another facelift, as you can tell by
the new navigation bar on your left. More should
be done soon as well as repairing broken links.
|September 11th, 2001
the Nightmare gives their hearts out to the lives
lost in today's terrorist attacks. Justice will
prevail to those responsible. Let us carry on
doing what we do, and thank the powers that be
that we belong to the United States of America
for your love and support, but give that love to
our country tonight.
|August 24th, 2001
thanks to Greg Yeti for having us as the opening
band for Torpedofest this Sunday. Even though the
audience had barely arrived in those wee hours,
it was still a pleasure. A video or two should be
available sometime this week.
|July 29th, 2001
videos of the live performances of Nightshade and
No More Goodbyes at the Erotic Art Show from July
21st. Nightshade will be featured on the
forthcoming album Paper Dollz, while No More
Goodbyes is a classic song that hasn't been
played since 1995 (It is a great song written by
Dark Cloud and myself, and was long missed from
our repretoire) Enjoy! See ya at Armory High
August 19th. Also wish a happy birthday to SINdy
|July 23rd, 2001
announces a new show date for August 19th, 2001
at Armory High (formerly Styleen's Rhythm Palace)
with Flashing Astonishers. Thanks to everyone who
came out to the Erotic Art Show at the Stag Bar.
It was a fun show, and we're glad everybody
seemed to enjoy themselves. Thanks again to Chuck
Westfall and our very own M.C. Illin. Our
apologies for yet another server move, but the
site will begin to be updated again regularly, as
I've made another move from my PC to my brand new
Amiga Tower setup, and will reconstruct the site
from my new machine. Thanks for your love and
support, and a happy birthday to my wife,
|June 24th, 2001
regrets to have to inform those who have known
and supported us that one of our own has passed
away. Elliot Brown (aka Skarekrow) passed
away on Sunday, June 10th 2001 by accidental
drowning. Skarekrow was briefly with the
Nightmare, helped design the album cover for Beyond
Our Eyes as well as contributed backing
vocals to Barefoot from the same album. Skarekrow
also performed with former Nightmare member Steve
Moore in a short-lived jam band prior to joining
the Nightmare. Elliot Brown was 22.
Elliot M. Brown
June 10, 2001
Godspeed...thanks for your work with us
|June 13th, 2001
announced a new performance set for Saturday July
21st at the Erotic Art Show at the
famed Stag Bar in downtown Syracuse.
The band performs along with Beauty Scene
Outlaws, The Late Prophets, Small Girl Boils
Water, Electric Machine Porn Project. Local art
featured by Joey Larkin, Lee Brown Coye, Richard
Williams, Elliot Mattice, Chuck Westfall, and
This will be the first performance featuring new
drummer, Illin, and will also unveil three new
pieces slated for the next album, titled: Between,
To Kill a Messenger, and Nightshade.
|March 31st, 2001
to a bout with agreements not being met, the
March 30th show caused a chaotic scene starting
with a small speech explaining the mishap by
Zadoc after a foul mix and equipment failure.
This led to an unprofessional verbal assault on
the band by the club owner, which caused a
shouting match between fans, the bands, and the
club owner. The band offered to reschedule a new
date. The show will be at the band's expense, by
their offering, meaning they play for free.
Unfortunately, the incident started with Low-Key
productions not complying to arrangements agreed
upon by the band and the promoter, such as time
slots, and mixing problems complicated by the
other act. The Nightmare provided the P.A.
equipment and Lighting and was not paid for their
The Nightmare wishes no
ill-will towards Low-Key Productions or
Atmos/Fear X (the other band on the bill), but
has unanimously decided to part ways assuming
control over their own bookings and now insists
on recieving all deals in writing.
The rescheduled show is tentatively in May. And
as an apology for the debacle to the band and the
fans, the Nightmare is planning on offering some
form of free merchandise as well. More will be
official Statement can be found in the Fan Forum
by clicking here
Halen of Low Key Production offers a reply here
|March 23rd, 2001
started the history section. I will be adding
pictures as well as filling in a few more bits of
|March 17th, 2001
a thank you to everyone who purchased the
"...As the Curtain Falls..." album, and
those who gave us support on our recent line-up
change, the band has re-recorded
"Twisted" for free download.
|March 3rd, 2001
Key Productions have announced a March 30th
performance of Zadoc...and the Nightmare
This promises to be a fantastic show. The band
will be playing an extended setlist covering old
and new songs. This will also be your first
chance to catch the return of Dark Cloud and his
infamous firebreathing. (see March 31st
|February 28th, 2001
the Nightmare have teamed forces with Low Key
Productions care of former drummer, Chris Halen.
Halen, best known as the infamous X-Man on 95X,
has agreed to take over the booking and promotion
aspects of the band. Any inquires about booking
can now be directed to the X-Man directly
|February 19th, 2001
extend our warmest welcome to Ghandi Nijew, our
new sound, computer, and guitar technician. I
have added his bio to the band biography section
and it will be updated soon
|February 5th, 2001
much speculation as to who would replace D.D.
Nightmare, the shocking decision to re-employ
former bassist and songwriter Dark
Cloud has been finalized. Dark
Cloud, who was best known for his
collaborations on such classics as "The End
of Time", "Brotherhood of Death",
and "Bathory's Web", as well as his
flashy fire breathing, was last seen in the band
three years ago. Dark Cloud's
bio page has been added and will be updated soon.
|January 22nd, 2001
some work on the band Bios for SiNdY, D.D., and myself...Added some pics to
the bio sections and some more neat stuff. Also
added a section for Interviews
and Reviews as I'll be doing some work on the
video section soon...
|January 20th, 2001
the navigational bar up, added some new sections
and buttons. I also fixed the video link for Beyond
Our Eyes should work now...
|January 10th, 2001
fixed the video
section as well as adding the first new video
from Saturday's show...The
Drive. Once again we'd like to thank everyone
for helping send Tom Around The World!! Bon
|January 4th, 2001
with the new year we have added a message board.
Go to the Fan
Forum to access it. A new show has been
slated for Tom Carpenter, of Born Again Savages
fame, for January 6th. Meanwhile, the band is
beginning to write a new albums worth of
material, and will have fully produced Music
Video to boot. Lot's going on...thanks for all
your support and we'll see you on the 6th.
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|October 3rd, 2000
||Wow...it's been a while since I've updated this page, but here we go... You can now buy our T-Shirts, Coffee Mugs, and Mousepads(?) at our new Online Store brought to you by CafePress.com. As those on our mailing list know, Monster has been replaced by SiNdY CRUCIFIX due to drug related problems, come see the new lineup on October 28th at the Third Rail, or if you were lucky enough to
receive an invitation, at Zadoc's Wedding slated for Friday October 13th. Also, the CD release for 1997's "...As the Curtain Falls" has finally hit the net, you can buy this classic CD at mp3.com now with an added bonus track. Soon to follow will be "Curtain" T-shirts and other merchandise. The main page has gone over a slight overhaul, now providing show dates complete with maps and directions. Also given a facelift is the bio page. Alot of you seem to like the new looks and faster load times, as I'm trying to overhaul this whole site to make it both visually stimulating and fast at the same time. One final update is that the graveyard is starting to fill up, of new interest are the old fliers from past shows. It's kinda of time consuming considering the LARGE collection I have, but it WILL be finished soon as well as our new CD which is seeing the finishing touches.
| August 14th, 2000
||I suppose this one goes with out saying...There is a new pretty slick Navigational Bar to your left to help reduce page loading times and of course, to make your navigation a bit easier. If for any reason your browser is an old one and you cannot display frames properly, feel free to e-mail me with any problems you may have with Navigation and I will try to correct them for you. Shows will resume soon as our transportation problem is being resolved. Look for "The Drive" to appear on MP3.com soon...Expect the sites images to be updated soon, as well as some new things in the graveyard
| August 8th, 2000
||Just a few here...Added new links to Ember Swift, Crappy the Clown, 99¢ Special, and Artifice... Bathory's Web is now on our MP3.com site, and it's available for download! Take a listen and buy the CD! Touched up some graphics and such...See you soon...
| July 25th, 2000
Moore) has left the band to join a less serious project...He will not be rejoining the band, that is our decision, not his. We are still on good terms, however we need someone with a bit more professionalism.
| July 24th, 2000
||Just a couple of minor additions, see the latest video Vampire Bride from the MusicOutlook.com show...A picture of X has shown up and is on his page now (He is also in the videos as well) Just a couple of page links fixed...
| July 20th, 2000
||Lot's going on again...The latest page we created is seeing its' first video, "Save Your Tears" from the MusicOutlook.com show in June. The CD, Beyond Our Eyes is now for sale in its' incomplete form (4 tracks) exclusively online at MP3.com for $5.99! Also added to our roster of completed tracks on MP3.com is Vampire Bride...Please give us as much support as you can, we actually get paid for each listen as well as CD sales...Look for shows to start again shortly as our transportation has been on the blink as of late, and check out the Tidbits page for more videos coming soon...
| July 11th, 2000
||Our three song recording has been finished! Art and packaging is still left to do before the CD will go on sale, however, you can hear the tracks "Birth of Darkness" and "Beyond Our Eyes" by going to our MP3.com site. Also glad to say we've added a link to one of the most missed local bands - 99¢ Special in our links page.
| July 2nd, 2000
||I have added a new page from links for recording studios, radio stations and other contacts...Dan wished to announce that he and Toni were married on Monday, June 26th.
|July 1st, 2000
||Couple more changes to keep Mistress Courtney on her toes...A new page has been constructed for Interviews, sound clips, video clips, etc. Currently added is the 95X interview with Dan talking to the X-Man Chris Halen. I decided to keep both Guestbooks operational just in case of another crash with the server. Hope everyone caught the debut of "Save Your Tears" on 95X 6/30/00 on the Overnight Express. Thanx alot X-man!
| June 29th, 2000
||Once again I hope the Web-Mistress isn't too alarmed here...The front page has gone a slight overhaul again, and best of all, we are now on MP3.com and all of our music will be available for your listening pleasure BEFORE the CD is released! The "Barefoot" MP3 (1 minute sample) is still available for download, but you'll have to buy the CD to keep the music (that is how we make a living, you know...) The GlobalGuest guestbook is giving us some problems so a new Guestbook is in place until the problem is resolved.
| June 25th, 2000
||The What's New Page has a new look to it...the Bios page now has Behind the Scenes People on it, so there no longer is a page for Behind the Scenes People. X, the lighting technician has been added to the page...the Links page has been completely reformatted to different categories of links, and is much easier to navigate...there is a new shorter address for the Zadoc website: http://ZadocNightmare.cjb.net The old address still works as well...there is still a ton of work being done on the Graveyard, and I am waiting until it is complete to post the entire thing.
| June 20th, 2000
||Perhaps the webmistress may be a bit surprised at the on-site MIDI being attached to various pages... All the music has been written (or at least cowritten) by myself and performed at various points throughout the band's career...Thanks to all who attended the MusicOutlook.com show this past Saturday.
| May 23rd, 2000
||There are two shows coming up: June 17th and July 15th at the Third Rail in Cortland for Music Outlook.com...Leslierose has been let go from the band.
| May 14th, 2000
||A HUGE Thank You goes out to everyone that showed at the Lost last night, the show was great and we had so much fun...also, there's a new page devoted to links to other bands.
| May 9th, 2000
||Added new pics of Dan, Monster, and Ace on their pic pages.
| April 17th, 2000
||It has been decided that the band's name has changed to Zadoc...and the Nightmare.
| April 6th, 2000
||There is a show coming up May 13th at the Lost Horizon with Ultra-Phli, Stryct-9, and a 4th band TBA.
| April 4th, 2000
||Steve Moore has re-joined the band on guitar. There are several shows in the works and the newest CD is partially finished.
| March 28th, 2000
bio pages have been changed, and Skarecrow has been fired.
| March 16th, 2000
have re-vamped the site so that (finally!) if you want to view
pics of everyone and stage pics, you can click on
thumbnails...this will mean a lot less loading time.
| February 28th, 2000
have put up two of the band members' e-mail addresses:
Leslierose and Lord Zadoc. There are links to their e-mails on
their pages. Skarecrow will have e-mail soon. There are new
pics of Lord Zadoc, Monster, Dan, and the band on their bios
and on Photographs.
| February 17th, 2000
page is now up...check it out. There will be pics of him soon.
| February 5th, 2000
is a new page on the site, it's called Zadoc Graveyard..check
it out! There is also a new guestbook, go to the Graveyard
page to view the old guestbook. Also, there is a new member of
the band, Skarecrow. A page will be up on him soon.
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|December 16th, 1999
has been fired, and we are working with someone right now to
replace him on keys.
|December 4th, 1999
of Prophecy and formerly of Sunshine, Krypt VI, and
Penetration X has joined the band on guitar.
|December 3rd, 1999
was let go from the band for various reasons.
|October 28th, 1999
has been a new addition to Zadoc, Monster, formerly of
Sunshine, will be on guitar.
|October 26th, 1999
Daniel and Russell are back on stage; Daniel will be on bass, and Russell will be doing theatrics...There are new pics of Naz, Mike, and Nathan on their pic pages...Daniel and Russell's bio's have been moved back with the other band members...Don't forget the show in Cortland this Saturday, and there is another big Three Rivers Inn type show in the works...finally, new songs have been worked on and will probably be ready for the next show.
|October 14th, 1999
has left the band due to time constraints with her job.
|October 10th, 1999
are two new shows coming up at the Wolf Inn; check them out on
the Club dates page.
|October 2nd, 1999
are new pictures of Russell and Toni on their pages...check
|September 28th, 1999
has been fired; Mike will be replacing him on guitar...The
Wolf Inn show is for October 9th, not 8th.
|September 13th, 1999
have completely reformatted everyone's bio pages, please check
them out...there are new pics of all of the band members and
on the Photographs page.
|September 2nd, 1999
are finally some pics up of Naz, Mike, and Leslie (better ones
will be up soon)...Three shows are scheduled: September 28th
on Aggravated Assault Live on Ithaca TV, October 8th at the
Wolf Inn, and October 30th at the Third Rail.
|August 20th, 1999
show in Watertown went great last night, special thanx to
Pagan Holiday; it was the first time onstage for Naz, Mike,
and our new dancer Leslie. The videotape is now available...go
to "Merchandise" about video orders. There was a
mutual decision between the band and Kirk that it was time for
him to leave the band, his last show was last night...Leslie's
Bio is now up, as well as bios on people who work with the
band including Daniel, Russell, Toni, and myself, please check
them out...pictures of everyone will be available very soon,
Toni took tons of photos.
|August 9th, 1999
has decided to retire from the stage to focus more on
promotion and bookings of the band...There is a new member of
Zadoc, Mike, a bass player. Check out his bio and there will
be pics of him and Naz soon! Also, there will be a show
October 30th at the Third Rail in Cortland.
|July 16th, 1999
||A show is coming up August 19th, check out Club Dates for more info...I've also added a site map at the bottom of each page for easier navigation.
|July 6th, 1999
||Lot's new!! Zadoc: Vampire Theatre, Zadoc's latest release is a CD-ROM version filled with photos, complete lyrics, internet links, and much more, and will be available by the end of this week; please visit the "Merchandise" section to learn all about it, and also info on Zadoc Vampire Theatre: As the Curtain Falls, Zadoc's classic demo with such classics as "The End of Time" and "Birth of Darkness"! Also, please visit the "7th Sin Recording Studios" section, which is now up and running.
|June 20th, 1999
have added Naz's bio, and more pics of Steve, Mary and the
|June 14th, 1999
Daniel, and Naz have rejoined the band; I am working on their
pages right now...it will be awhile before photos of Naz will
be available to put on his page. A huge apology to anyone who
attended the June 12th show. For an indepth explanation,
|June 9th, 1999
cassette release is finished, you can email for info, or
purchase it at the June 12th show. There is a .wav file
available to listen to a sample on the main page and the
|June 6th, 1999
newest cassette will be available for the June 12th show! Go
to "Merchandise" to view the tape cover and info
|June 4th, 1999
||Dan and Kyle have left the band, and there is a show coming up June 12th at the Wolf Inn, check Club Dates!
|May 3rd, 1999
are tons of new pics of Kirk, Mary, Nathan, Dan, and Kyle in
their bio pages and the photographs page. Also, some new club
dates have been announced for May and June.
|April 24th, 1999
newest show from Cortland is now available on videotape. Many
new shows to be announced. There are a ton of new pics of
Mary, Kyle, Dan, and the rest of the band in the photo and bio
pages! Please check them out!
|April 18th, 1999
got back from the show and it went great! Thanks to everyone
who showed and supported. Two new songs were performed, and
the Punch Drunk Monkeys were fabulous! I am adding a link to
their web site on the links page, so please check it out. As
always, a tape will be made available to purchase of last
night's show, just email for info!
|April 13th, 1999
with the Roses has just been added to play at the Wolf Inn
show the 17th of April, and Lord Zadoc has composed two new
songs that will be performed that night.
|April 9th, 1999
appeared on an Ithaca TV show last Tuesday, and things went
great! Also, I have created a Zadoc calendar...find more info
on it on the Merchandise page.
|March 31st, 1999
just added a new photo of Mary, check it out!
|March 29th, 1999
of new pictures added; Dan, Kyle, Kirk, Zadoc, and the
photograph page all have new pics! Also, there has been a
change in band lineup at the April 17th show, Constant
Velocity is out and Vigilante is in.
|March 27th, 1999
has been a couple of lineup changes in the band; Russell is
still with the band, but not playing drums. He will be more
involved in design. Steve has once again been let go.
|March 14th, 1999
took out a lot of pictures (especially on the photographs
page) to make room for a lot of new pictures that I am adding.
|March 11th, 1999
re-formatted the merchandise page. I took all the video tape
info off of it and put it on it's own page, to get to it,
simple click on the title "Video Tapes" on the
merchandise page. This will be how all the other products will
|March 1st, 1999
club dates announced, and there will be plenty of new pictures
coming very soon!
|February 27th, 1999
added pictures of Mary, as well as some other photos, please
check them out!!
|February 21st, 1999
to everyone that came out to the Wolf Inn show! And thank you
for signing the guestbook...more club dates to be announced
soon! Also, I've added a new link for Aggravated Assault.
|February 17th, 1999
bands Psychotic Options and Constant Velocity will be
appearing with Zadoc at the Wolf's Inn Saturday, February
|February 16th, 1999
forget the upcoming show at the Wolf Inn the 20th! And I am
also in the process of preparing a newsletter to email.
|February 13th, 1999
Anson has joined the band; she is the second keyboardist, I am
working on her page currently, and there will be pictures and
more info on her soon!
|February 11th, 1999
added a guestbook, so please check it out and sign it!
|February 9th, 1999
added the 1/30/99 Wolf Inn show to the merchandise list.
|February 7th, 1999
will be a show coming up March 13, check out club dates for
|January 31st, 1999
those of you that caught the Wolf Inn show the 30th, and for
those of you that didn't, there was an accident; Dan's chest
and chin caught on fire during the show, but he is doing fine
now and recovering.
|January 23rd, 1999
was a mistake, Steve is still with the band, he is now
however, the bassist. Russell's and Kirk's pictures have
finally been added. Please don't miss the upcoming show the
30th at the Wolf Inn!
|January 21st, 1999
is no longer in the band, and I have added some more links to
the links page.
|January 13th, 1999
added the info in Russell's page, finished Dan's page, cleaned
up a lot of the pictures, and am in the process of adding Kirk
& Russell's pics, and new pics of Kyle.
|January 12th, 1999
added Russell's Bio page, although it's under construction.
|January 11th, 1999
added a ton of pictures to Photographs, as well as pics to
Zadoc's bio, new pics to Kyle's and Steve's bios, and pics to
the main page, and club dates. More pics coming soon of Dan
|January 8th, 1999
have added a huge links page to the site. It includes links
for gifs, horror movies, merchandise, etc. It's kind of big,
so please be patient with it!
|January 6th, 1999
||I've updated the songs page, and added Lord Kirk Brinley's
bio. There are also updates on the club dates page, and I will soon be adding Kirk's, Nathan's and Kyle's photographs.
|January 5th, 1999
added info on videotapes available throughout the merchandise
link. Also, I've begun to list the songs of Zadoc Vampire
Theatre, that will be finished soon. Info on Nick Fuoco's 100
kegger also coming. The photograph site will soon contain
photos of the entire band, individuals, and concert shots.
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