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Halloween Haunted House Party!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Candyapple/razorblade
web: www.myspace.com/ilovecandyapplerazorblade

Candyapple/razorblade presents!
HALLOWEEN HAUNTED HOUSE PARTY!

Those creepy kids from candyapple/razorblade have got together to bring you the spookiest scariest most horrifying Halloween ever!!

WHEN? Halloween! Tuesday October 31st

WHERE? Schooner Tavern, 110 Quay Street Auckland City, tel: 303 2020

FEATURING

The Rebelles
The Bengal Lights
The Lovehaters
and DJ Bride of Pinbot

ENTRY Doors open 8:30pm

MORE ABOUT THE GIG...

Release the bats!, Its Halloween!! And we're all set for a night of eerie ghostly spine-chilling rock and roll! Halloween goodie bags and free cd's (featuring music from the bands!) for the first 20 thru the door - Get there early to get an advance copy of this spOoky Halloween split single from the Rebelles, the Bengal Lights and the Lovehaters! Prizes for best spooky costumes! see web site www.myspace.com/ilovecandyapplerazorblade.

MORE ABOUT THE BANDS...

The Rebelles - "...Female fronted dirty punk rock'n'roll band from Auckland City, consisting of three girls and one guy... think Girlschool meets the Donnas"

The Bengal Lights -"...Like, imagine if the Cramps had two hot teenage punk chicks, or if the Yeah Yeah Yeah's were comprised of three Karen O's. Something like that..."

The Lovehaters - "...Dance-worthy rock'n'roll beats, noisy guitar and bone shakin synths..."

DJ Bride of PinBOT - "...Electro, Rock'n'Roll, Punk, Goth, Retro...all the good stuff...all wrapped up in a special spOoky Halloween set..."

ENDS

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