Neckromance at Starland Yard in Savannah, Ga. | photo by Lorien Lamarr

Lorien Lamarr Photo Column—Neckromance

Jul 22, 2023

Neckromance, the explosive punk band with haunting goth vibes and gritty grunge elements, recently took the stage at Starland Yard, an unconventional venue outdoors surrounded by food trucks, with the stage set inside a shipping container.

From the moment the band launched into their opening song, the crowd was completely enthralled. Neckromance’s energy was infectious, and it didn’t take long for the audience to get caught up in the raw power of their music. The band’s blend of punk, shoegaze, and grunge created a unique sonic landscape that felt both familiar and refreshingly new.

Lead vocalist’s haunting voice, with its raspy edge, filled the air with an eerie allure. It perfectly complemented the band’s brooding instrumentals, which ranged from thunderous guitar riffs to pulsating bass lines and relentless drum beats. Neckromance’s musicianship was top-notch, displaying an impressive tightness and cohesion. They have a demo up on Bandcamp if you want a sample.

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