Grave Robber (Rottweiler Records) releases “Angels We Have Heard On High” to radio.

Hard at work horrifying the masses since 2005, Grave Robber have been anything but idle.  Combining bouncy, catchy percussion with riffs and guitar solos as sharp as Dracula’s fangs, Grave Robber’s rugged and raunchy releases – “Be Afraid”, “Inner Sanctum”, Exhumed”, “You’re All Gonna Die”, “Straight To Hell”, “Escaping The Grave”, and “Dry Bones” – have garnered these horror rockers well deserved press from acclaimed punk and metal outlets alike for a good reason.  Each song by these prolific punks creates an immersive and haunting atmosphere that has listeners so engaged that they are constantly glancing over their shoulders wondering if Grave Robber is coming for them next.

To answer the question of what comes next, one need look no further than Grave Robber’s upcoming Christmas release “Scary Christmas To You”, a spirited, fast paced romp through some of the band’s favorite yuletide ditties done in a punk rock fashion. Today, Grave Robber’s single “Angels We Have Heard On High” goes out to radio stations across the country and abroad.

The band had this to say about “Scary Christmas To You”:  “We hope you enjoy this Christmas release, which has been has been a vision and labor of love, for years to come with family and friends.  With tongue planted firmly in cheek, it’s clear we were having fun with this release (at least we hope you hear that), but the true meaning of Christmas isn’t to be over shadowed.  This season can be summed up in the third verse of Joy To The World: “The glories of His righteousness and wonders of His love.”  In the midst of the fun and levity of this collection of songs, we hope you hear joy and a celebration of life eternal in The Reanimator. A Merry Christmas to us all; God bless us, every one!”

Grave Robber is signed to Rottweiler Records.

Source: Gorilla PR

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