In their live sets, the Coffin Caddies incorporate the technical underpinnings of punk and innovative twists. Singer/songwriter Rei Horror believes that real life is too difficult to write about and that fictional subjects are more entertaining. As a result, the band's lyrics are based on videogames, comic books, and movies discussing Michael Myers and Spider-Man. When the Coffin Caddies perform covers, they make sure the tunes are rarities blended into their always-changing set lists, consisting primarily of their 21 original numbers. Re-creating the stage personas of the Misfits and the Ramones, the boys use simple three-chord progressions with short, simple melodies and haunting vocals. Oh, and the Coffin Caddies' energy-driven concerts are loud. Very loud.
The Coffin Caddies don't know exactly what sound/look they're going for
The Coffin Caddies perform with Stars Are Falling
and Ghost to Glory at the Underground Music
Festival on Saturday, November 25, at the Roxy
Performing Arts Center, 1645 SW 107th Ave,
Miami. All ages are welcome. Call 786-306-4740
or 305-226-0030 or click