The Last Casket release party

The Last Casket, starring Kitty in a Casket

Are you ready to rock? Have you been hanging by that unwavering thread on the band of your panties, anxiously anticipating the next release from the zombie king. Well, ladies and gentlefunk of the Zombie Radio Nation…that time is nigh.

Anyone that’s read the I Zombie series (or actually any book of mine), knows I like to experiment and break rules. Well, I’ve done it again. This time around, I’m spinning off a new series from the I Zombie story arc. This new series, The Last Casket, stars the real-life pyschobilly band Kitty in a Casket, and offers a glimpse into the apocalypse through the eyes of rock and roll. The first book in the series, The Last Casket, will be released Monday April 21st, 2014 and can be found on Amazon in ebook format (paperbacks will soon follow). Check back here on Monday for the links of love.

The Book

The Last Casket, starring Kitty in a CasketWhen flesh-melting rock faces off against the undead horde, who will be left standing?

All hell breaks loose, when rock and the apocalypse collide. In this first spinoff of the popular I Zombie series, psychobilly band Kitty in a Casket kick the undead horde’s ass with their special flavor of rock.

Follow Kitty and her band to a dive bar in the middle of the apocalyptic landscape and raise your fist as they prove themselves worthy destroyers of zombies, cannibalism, and the Mengele Virus.

The Band

I’ve been a fan of Kitty in a Casket for some time (hence why I asked them to be the star of the series). Do yourself a favor and give them a listen. Better yet, just straight up buy their latest release, Bittersweet.

The band has also embarked on a US tour. If they come to your town, hook yourself up with a ticket or two and enjoy. Find out more information on their official website.

Kitty in a Casket – the Austrian band, founded in 2008 in Wien. The band plays psychobilly, pop punk and horror punk styles and their music is similar with The Hellfreaks and The Creepshow. In July 2011 the band took part in Sjock Festival.