An American Werewolf's Faves of the Moment


Trevor digs Dion: You gonna tell him he's wrong?
Five fall classics from Trevor Moment, self-described "violent crooner" of American Werewolves. The snarling pack fuses old-school hardcore with '50 s vocal pop. 5. The ?lan /?lan demo (Atom Age Vampire) A must for any death rocker! 4. Black Sabbath, Black Sabbath The most evil album from the boys from Birmingham. Iommi's haunting guitar on the opening track is still the most bone-chilling sound I have ever heard. 3. Integrity, Those Who Fear Tomorrow If you are into real-life holy terror, this one is for you. 2. Samhain, November Coming Fire This is as good as it gets for autumn. It's the soundtrack for the earth's swan song as it heads into the dead of winter. I have been listening to this pagan Halloween classic every October and November for most of my life. 1. Dion, King of the New York Streets As king of the Clevo streets, I can really relate to this one. Tales of run-around girls, wandering, and hard luck as only a kid from the mean streets of Brooklyn could tell them. I don't know why this one makes me think of fall, but it does. American Werewolves celebrate the season of the witch at the Grog Shop Friday, October 27, with Kill the Fall and Above This Fire. -- D.X. Ferris

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