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Saturday, October 27

Join us for the zombie party of the century, sponsored by Straub Beer (www.straubbeer.com)! Eat, drink, dance, and rub elbows with the upper crust undead! Come in formal or informal zombie attire, or just come as you are!

The Zombie Ball will be held at the Pittsburgh ExpoMart after the exhibits, seminars, and demos close on Saturday, October 27, from 10:00 PM until 2:00 AM (or thereabouts). Admission to the Zombie Ball is included with all two-day VIP passes; separate admission is $15.00. The Ball is open to ages 18 and up; ID required.

In between band performances, enjoy free beer (courtesy of Straub – ID required – while it lasts) and complimentary snacks while you groove to the mixes of DJ Erik von Erik. Cash bar (wine, spirits & soft drinks) also available. Check out our silent auction, proceeds of which will benefit Susan G. Komen for the Cure – Pittsburgh . Bring your checkbook – we’ll have some awesome items to auction off. We’ll have contests, prizes and other fun stuff.

Performing live will be:

 

 

Brace yourself for a rare live performance by DEATHMOBILE, the house band of The It’s Alive Show, Pittsburgh's late night horror TV show. Host Professor Emcee Square and Musical Director Pointy have collaborated in many bands over the years, DEATHMOBILE being the most recent. Think Mr. Bungle vs. Rammstein in a cage match in the back of a dump truck as it careens toward an old folks' home with no one at the wheel. The theme song you hear at the beginning of every show is actually an adaptation of "Shithole Town" and the music over the final credits is "Me Love," both from their first CD. Look for their new CD in time for Zombie Fest 2007.
DEATHMOBILE Home Page
DEATHMOBILE MySpace Page

 

 

 

Crank the gain up to eleven, add hurling, high-octane riffs, snarling vocals, pounding rhythms, and unforgettable hooks, and you’ve got Pittsburgh’s MOTORPSYCHOS. Three girls and a guy, this commanding quartet fuses its dark and driving metal sound with feverishly rhythmic punk, and enduring melodies, pushing the envelope by challenging airwaves infested with watered-down, cookie cutter, "alternative" rock. MOTORPSYCHOS are currently in the studio. Their second full-length CD, "Piston Whipped," was released in 2005.
MOTORPSYCHOS Home Page
MOTORPSYCHOS MySpace Page

 

 

THE FORBIDDEN 5 are a five-piece rock 'n' roll outfit from the sick South Hills of Pittsburgh with a dangerous obsession for B horror movies. The songs are straightforward frankenpunk workouts with ghoulishly humorous lyrics and touches of distorted surf-guitar runs. Call it garage, call it punk, or call it psycho-rock, THE FORBIDDEN 5 sound is simple, raw, and rockin'. Their first CD, "Chop You Up," was released in May 2007.
THE FORBIDDEN 5 MySpace Page
 

 

THE UBANGIS play "Jungle Sex Rock for Teenage Vampires", or so they claim. Celebrating 17 years of cave-stomping live performances, several CD and 7 inch single releases, and too many exploitation movie DVD soundtracks to admit to, this Maryland trash-trio have just released their latest CD, "Exploit Yourself!" Smearing their blues, rockabilly and surf roots all around punk territory, you can file this one under P for "primitive," baby! THE UBANGIS are not for the faint of heart...this is real rock 'n' roll with a capital U! Ungawa!!!
THE UBANGIS Home Page
THE UBANGIS MySpace Page

 

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Sponsored in part by WBGN-TV, Pittsburgh East Nissan, Straub Beer, Monster Mini Golf, Joseph-Beth Booksellers,
Permuted Press, Incredibly Strange Video, Trash Palace, Telos Publishing, Looney Labs, Halloween Adventure,
Cinema Eulogies, Johnny Gruesome, Shock-O-Rama, and The Braff Group

Questions? Please contact zombiefest2007@verizon.net