by Luke Seymoup




The Misfits were one of the earliest bands I ever truly obsessed over. The first time I heard that Danzig had another band was watching a re-run of John Safran's Music Jamboree in 2006. Once I heard "Mother", my young mind reached the point of no return. I was 15 years old.

I've wanted to do a cover of this song for the longest time and now I've finally done it in the only way that made sense: as a reggae slow-jam!

This track is also featured on the "Eighties Mixtape" from Radelaide Promotions:


released December 21, 2015

Luke Seymoup - Vocals/Guitar
Brendan Kelly - Keys
Rhys Cogley - Bass
Martyn Richmond - Drums

Engineered and mixed by Luke Marizza.
Mastered by Jacob Munnery at Clockwork Mastering.
Written by Glenn Danzig.



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Luke Seymoup Melbourne, Australia

My favourite albums (in no particular order):

-Tom Waits "Rain Dogs"
-Bruce Springsteen "Born To Run"
-Prince "Purple Rain"
-Alkaline Trio "Goddamnit"
-Crowded House "Crowded House"
-Against Me! "Reinventing Axl Rose"
-Wu-Tang Clan "Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)"
-R. Kelly "Chocolate Factory"
-Jamie T "Panic Prevention"
-The CD I burned in 2007 of just the song "Eels" from The Mighty Boosh
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