UK virtual hardcore collective TOKKY HORROR are pleased to reveal a very special Halloween single cover version of Rob Zombie’s ghoulish track ‘Demonoid Phenomenon’ which is out now via Alcopop! Records.
The b-side features yet another Tokky original track in the form of ‘Sleeper’, with both tracks boasting a re”vamped”, turbo-charged Tokky Horror Crew injection of breakneck electronic punk.
Commenting on the release, producer and founding member Zee Davine says: “2020 has been its own sort of real-time horror show, with all our own dystopian nightmares slowly coming to life in front of us. It makes Halloween a weird one this year and it’s kind of mad to think right now we’re soundtracking a pandemic. Anything goes, and we’ve been freed from the confines of the regular comings and goings of music scenes and industries to experiment and pass time virtually. This was something I’d always wanted to do—anyone who saw Queen Zee knows I love a cover. So f*ck it, here you go, riff out to Zombie and spend Halloween dancing round your bedroom.”
Taking influence from Atari Teenage Riot’s idea of ‘digital hardcore’ and pushing it forward 30 years, THC’s latest single ‘Simulate Me’ is out now on Alcopop! Records, with the band recently releasing a 360° video: