House of Shock Looking For Bands To Play This Halloween Season

House of Shock, the infamous haunted attraction in New Orleans, is looking for bands to fill out the roster for the 2007 season. If you are interested in playing this year please contact Ross Karpelman at or on his MySpace at this location. Ross says, "Please contact us as soon as possible as dates are being filled very quickly."

The House of Shock is a haunted attraction started in 1993 by Philip Anselmo (PANTERA, DOWN), Ross Karpelman (DOWN keyboardist), Jay Gracianette and Steven Joseph (who toured with PANTERA in various road-crew capacities) as a fun alternative to the average Halloween party. Since then it has grown into a huge event spanning the entire month of October and is rated one of the top ten haunted attractions in the country.

For more information on the House of Shock, go to this location.


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