Monday, July 20, 2009

Posted by xCHIPxSEM |

Sorry for the lack of updates recently but here we are, back on track. Today I bring you the first CD offering from Philadelphia's Ink & Dagger. While never a big fan. I respected what they did based solely on the fact that it was different than what everyone else was doing. They had a very dark and mysterious mystique about them and claimed to be vampires. I saw them twice and was bummed because they didnt dress up in the corpse paint...oh well. The band broke up in 1999 and singer Sean McCabe was found dead shortly after. This record was released by the now defunct Initial Records and has been out of print since.

Ink & Dagger - Drive This Seven Inch Wooden Stake Through My Philadelphia Heart

http://www.mediafire.com/?2zmzy2nzdnd

4 comments:

Alternate1985 said...

I saw them once on LI. They had girls on stage with them and they all had make up on. They were pretty dangerous for back then.

IHateThe90s said...

Thanks for I&D!

Anonymous said...

I saw them at the Princeton Arts Council in like 95-96. The spit "blood" al over everybody a la Gwar.

Anonymous said...

this album had a very distinct smell. weird, i know, but if you smell the booklet, it had a very unique odor you couldn't find in any of your other CDs. ha. im sure it had to do with the paper used (a little unique and probably more expensive), but it definitely had an old, maybe even immortal smell. ha.