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The Spookshow

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After growing up listening to bands like Misfits and Ramones, Mike Dungeon found it hard not to see that the three-chord- scene was going down. He got very fed up with bands “maturing” and to see the old bands die or… mature. He wanted some of the music to stay the same. Without changes. Three accords and melodies to die for.
At the fall of 2000 Mike Dungeon wrote the first Spookshow song “Now I Scream” (will be released on Chapter 3) Strongly influenced by Misfits. By this time the band was not formed yet. Mike was writing on his own without any further plans on starting a new band since he already had a band that took a lot of his time.
A bit later Mike Dungeon and he’s brother Knife Dungeon sat down together to jam. Mike showed him the songs though they where both really in to the old and it turned out that they where writing music in the same way. It was really hard to tell which brother wrote which song. They continued to write songs. Not together though. They recorded the songs on their computers and changed CD’s with each other.
Sometime in 2002 Mike decided to put a band together for the first time. The first line-up looked like this:

Mike Dungeon - Guitar
Wolverine Blues - Bass
Deadbeat - Drums
Laura Weed - Lead vocals
Knife Dungeon - Guitar

During the summer of 2002 The Spookshow recorded two demo cd’s: “Hellolulia” and “Back in Hell”. Both cd’s including seven songs each. The band did one show together at Halloween 2002. After this the band where put on ice by a number of reasons.

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