Boogeyman - "Boogeyman"


Remember, It was Released in 2021

Boogeyman Unleashes Nightmarish Debut Album: A Bloodcurdling Symphony of Horror Punk

In a world where darkness lurks around every corner, Boogeyman emerges from the shadows with a debut album that will send shivers down your spine and leave you checking under your bed before sleep. Released on May 11, 2021, under the chilling banner of We Are Horror Records and Deadly Distribution, "Boogeyman" is a descent into the macabre depths of horror punk.

Led by the sinister duo of Jason Payne on vocals and keyboards and Ryan Zellmer wielding guitars and bass, Boogeyman's self-titled debut is a relentless onslaught of eerie melodies and bone-chilling lyrics. With Eric Zellmer on drums providing the haunting rhythm, the trio crafts a sonic landscape that feels like a nightmare you never want to wake up from.
Recorded amidst the desolate landscapes of Tempe, Arizona, at Switchblade Sound, under the watchful eye of sound engineer Joe Asselin, "Boogeyman" is a masterclass in terror-infused production. Asselin's expertise melds seamlessly with the band's creative vision, resulting in an album that's as polished as it is petrifying.
From the opening track to the spine-tingling finale, each song on "Boogeyman" is a chapter in a twisted tale of horror and despair. Drawing inspiration from the classic horror stories that haunted their childhoods, the band weaves a narrative that is both captivating and terrifying.
Fans of Misfits, The Other, Blitzkid, and The Returners will find themselves right at home in the dark embrace of Boogeyman's music. But don't be fooled; this is no mere homage to the classics. Boogeyman brings a fresh, modern twist to the horror punk scene, infusing it with their own brand of terror that is sure to leave a lasting impression.
So, dear reader, if you dare to explore the shadows and embrace the darkness within, join Boogeyman on their terrifying journey. Just remember to keep the lights on and the doors locked tight, for once you enter the world of Boogeyman, there's no telling what horrors await.
As a devout follower of the dark arts of metal, I must say, "Boogeyman" delivers the spine-tingling thrills and bone-chilling atmosphere that every horror punk aficionado craves. From the haunting melodies to the ghastly lyrics, each track on this album is a testament to the band's mastery of their craft. And with the promise of a live performance that aims to bring their dark saga to life, I, for one, eagerly await the opportunity to witness Boogeyman's nightmarish symphony unfold onstage.