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Nekromantix Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts
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Bat - Official Merchandise Tank Top
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3 Decades Of Darkle
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Dead Girls Don't Cry
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Nekromantix's tour

Live Photos of Nekromantix

Nekromantix at Dallas, TX in Amplified Live 2022
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Fan Reviews

TK
September 26th 2023
Not sure who picked this line up. Nekromatixs did what they do best, and put on a great show. Out of the 4 other openers, Edgar Allen Posers where the only ones that grabbed my attention. The other 3 openers were…ummm…errrr….there to support the Nekromatixs. The bookie needs to look into the many other rockabilly, punkabilly, psychobilly bands.
Portland, OR@
Star Theater
David
September 24th 2023
Nekromantix Rocked as usual. The first two openers sucked, but the next two weren’t bad. I’m surprised they still don’t get other rockabilly, psychobilly bands. I still love going to these shows.
Portland, OR@
Star Theater
Kevin
June 19th 2022
Nekromantix was great. Unfortunately the other 2 bands sucked. I'd love to see them as a headliner
St Petersburg, FL@
Jannus Live
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About Nekromantix

Nekromantix are a psychobilly band that formed in Copenhagen, Denmark in 1989.

After spending eight years as a submarine operator in the Royal Danish Navy, lead vocalist/stand-up bassist Kim Nekroman first attempted to drum in a rockabilly band. He built his signature coffin-shaped stand-up bass (aptly referred to as the coffinbass), and started Nekromantix. The band lineup is currently rounded out by Franc (guitar) and Lux (drums).

The band played two local shows in Copenhagen before appearing in a large psychobilly festival in Hamburg, Germany only six months after the band's formation. This lead to a record deal for their first album, Hellbound. Nekromantix began touring Europe heavily. At the time, the psychobilly scene was largely dominated by English bands. The band recorded a second album in 1991, Curse of the Coffin which resulted in some MTV play. 1994's Brought Back to Life became the only psychobilly album so far to ever be nominated for a Grammy award.

The band was signed to Hellcat Records in 2001, due to record label owner Tim Armstrong of punk rock band Rancid being a long-time fan of the band. Their fifth album and USA debut, Return of the Loving Dead, was recorded in Los Angeles and released in 2002. A sixth album, Dead Girls Don't Cry, was released for Hellcat in 2004, with Nekroman recording bass and vocals in Los Angeles while the Sandorff brothers recorded their respective parts back in Denmark.

In April 2005, the Sandorff brothers departed from the Nekromantix on good terms, citing their reason for leaving as "it wasn't funny anymore". They were replaced with guitarist Troy and drummer Wasted James, both from California-based psychobilly group Rezurex. Wasted James also plays in Tiger Army, and formerly played as the Nekromantix touring drummer. Andy Demize is now drummer for Nekromantix and features on the new 2007 album 'Life Is A Grave & I Dig It!'

Kim Nekroman is married to Patricia Day, ex-guitarist of Danish band Peanut Pump Gun. They play in HorrorPops together.

Kim Nekroman's signature coffinbass has gone through many incarnations, the first of which being fashioned out of an actual child's coffin. The child's coffin, however, did not produce an excellent sound, so Nekroman built another himself with better acoustics. Over the years he has made a handfull of the instruments, the most recent update being collapsable for easier transportation.
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Genres:
Metalbilly, Psychobilly, Punk, Rockabilly, Country, Rock
Band Members:
Franc: GuitarBackup Vox, Nekroman: Coffin BassLead Vox, Adam: Drums

Concerts and tour dates

Upcoming
Past

Live Photos of Nekromantix

Nekromantix at Dallas, TX in Amplified Live 2022
View All Photos

Nekromantix merchamazonview store

Bat - Official Merchandise Tank Top
$24.99
3 Decades Of Darkle
$52.24
Dead Girls Don't Cry
$11.79
View All
Nekromantix's tour

Fan Reviews

TK
September 26th 2023
Not sure who picked this line up. Nekromatixs did what they do best, and put on a great show. Out of the 4 other openers, Edgar Allen Posers where the only ones that grabbed my attention. The other 3 openers were…ummm…errrr….there to support the Nekromatixs. The bookie needs to look into the many other rockabilly, punkabilly, psychobilly bands.
Portland, OR@
Star Theater
David
September 24th 2023
Nekromantix Rocked as usual. The first two openers sucked, but the next two weren’t bad. I’m surprised they still don’t get other rockabilly, psychobilly bands. I still love going to these shows.
Portland, OR@
Star Theater
Kevin
June 19th 2022
Nekromantix was great. Unfortunately the other 2 bands sucked. I'd love to see them as a headliner
St Petersburg, FL@
Jannus Live
View More Fan Reviews

About Nekromantix

Nekromantix are a psychobilly band that formed in Copenhagen, Denmark in 1989.

After spending eight years as a submarine operator in the Royal Danish Navy, lead vocalist/stand-up bassist Kim Nekroman first attempted to drum in a rockabilly band. He built his signature coffin-shaped stand-up bass (aptly referred to as the coffinbass), and started Nekromantix. The band lineup is currently rounded out by Franc (guitar) and Lux (drums).

The band played two local shows in Copenhagen before appearing in a large psychobilly festival in Hamburg, Germany only six months after the band's formation. This lead to a record deal for their first album, Hellbound. Nekromantix began touring Europe heavily. At the time, the psychobilly scene was largely dominated by English bands. The band recorded a second album in 1991, Curse of the Coffin which resulted in some MTV play. 1994's Brought Back to Life became the only psychobilly album so far to ever be nominated for a Grammy award.

The band was signed to Hellcat Records in 2001, due to record label owner Tim Armstrong of punk rock band Rancid being a long-time fan of the band. Their fifth album and USA debut, Return of the Loving Dead, was recorded in Los Angeles and released in 2002. A sixth album, Dead Girls Don't Cry, was released for Hellcat in 2004, with Nekroman recording bass and vocals in Los Angeles while the Sandorff brothers recorded their respective parts back in Denmark.

In April 2005, the Sandorff brothers departed from the Nekromantix on good terms, citing their reason for leaving as "it wasn't funny anymore". They were replaced with guitarist Troy and drummer Wasted James, both from California-based psychobilly group Rezurex. Wasted James also plays in Tiger Army, and formerly played as the Nekromantix touring drummer. Andy Demize is now drummer for Nekromantix and features on the new 2007 album 'Life Is A Grave & I Dig It!'

Kim Nekroman is married to Patricia Day, ex-guitarist of Danish band Peanut Pump Gun. They play in HorrorPops together.

Kim Nekroman's signature coffinbass has gone through many incarnations, the first of which being fashioned out of an actual child's coffin. The child's coffin, however, did not produce an excellent sound, so Nekroman built another himself with better acoustics. Over the years he has made a handfull of the instruments, the most recent update being collapsable for easier transportation.
Show More
Genres:
Metalbilly, Psychobilly, Punk, Rockabilly, Country, Rock
Band Members:
Franc: GuitarBackup Vox, Nekroman: Coffin BassLead Vox, Adam: Drums

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