Horrorpops Tickets

Horrorpops Tickets available now! Showtime Ticket Services specializes in quality Horrorpops Tickets for all tour venues!

The Horrorpops are a Danish Psychobilly band that were formed in 1996. The band has their roots buried deep in 80's new wave, old-school punk and 50's rockabilly. The band's second album "Bring it On" was released Tuesday, September 13, 2005. The album features a picture of the leadsinger with her upright bass smashed on the ground.

Our service, selection and competitive pricing are certain to impress you! Showtime Ticket Services has supplied preferred seating and difficult to obtain tickets for all Sports , Theater and Concert Events Worldwide for over 20 years.

Horrorpops tickets continued.

Horrorpops Tickets

Sorry, no dates are listed. Be first to be notified when tickets become available!

Overall Average Horrorpops Rating

Horrorpops Tickets Continued

when Day's now-defunct band, the punk rock group Peanut Pump Gun, opened for Nekroman's psychobilly band, the Nekromantix, at a festival in Cologne, Germany in 1996. Despite both being from Copenhagen, Denmark, the two had never met before, but became friends over their mutual interest in alternative music. The two would eventually marry.

Day and Nekroman decided to form a band where they could experiment with many genres outside of their normal bands, and decided to start by switching instruments. Nekroman taught Day how to play an upright bass, while she taught him how to play guitar. The two began auditioning for a drummer, with Nekromantix guitarist Peter Sandorff even being a possible choice. They eventually chose Niedermeier to drum, a friend of Day's and a member of the band Strawberry Slaughterhouse, and officially started the Horrorpops in 1998. After touring for a while as a trio, the band recruited Niedermeier's old bandmate, Caz the Clash, as a second guitarist.

In 2000, Day recruited two co-workers, Mille and Kamilla, at the body piercing shop she worked at to act as go-go dancers for the band's live show. The group also recorded a 7 song demo for use in a press kit, but it was somehow leaked to the public, and resulted in two of the group's singles becoming club hits in Denmark. The group spent the next few years touring Europe, until 2003, when they began recording more 6 more demo tracks. During this time, Caz the Clash became a father and left the band to focus on parenting. He was replaced by another Strawberry Slaughterhouse member, Karsten. Hellcat Records, Tim Armstrong's (of Rancid) record label, decided to sign the Horrorpops based on their demos. The band was able to release a vinyl single in September 2003, and began a US headlining tour.

The band's first full-length album, 'Hell Yeah!,' was released in February 2004, but problems with getting work passes resulted in the band having to cancel US tour dates. The band was able to make up for this loss via an opening stint for the Offspring in Europe. Mille left the band a short while later to go back to school, and was replaced with Naomi. The band soon relocated from Denmark to Los Angeles, California, resulting in Karsten departing the band to stay in Denmark with his wife. He was soon replaced with Kamilla's husband, Geoff Kresge, who had recently departed psychobilly band Tiger Army.