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I used to love her, but I had to kill her. I knew I’d miss her, so I had to keep her. She’s buried right in my backyard. ”

Lyrics from Used To Love Her

Voodoo Glow Skulls is a ska punk band from Riverside, California, formed over twenty years ago in 1988 in the three Casillas brother’s family home. The band members sold their first recording, a four song demo, on cassette tapes they duplicated themselves using a home stereo. Since that time the band has released nine studio albums, with four albums on Epitaph Records and three released on Victory Records. For their ninth album, Breaking the Spell, the band departed from Victory Records instead returning to their DIY roots by recording the album in a home-studio and releasing it on Smelvis Records, an independent label run by their friend Elvis Cortez from his bedroom. The band also pays tribute to their roots in Southern California, from the beginning they have incorporated aspects of Latin music they grew up with and often write and sing in Spanish as well. Though their sound may defy a simple description, the band refers to their ska/punk/hardcore aesthetic most accurately as California street music--after twenty years they still haven’t forgotten where they’re from.
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Pioneers of West Coast ska-core are just as rambunctious after nearly a quarter of a century
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