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|Origin||Los Angeles, California, United States|
Grim De La Noche
|Past members||Corwin Hambrick
Astrovamps released their first two records on cassette from 1991–1993, "Savage Garden" and "Blood and Flowers." In 1992, the band wrote the lyrical content for "Pixies and Daggers," a mysterious album that was never recorded. The self-titled album Astrovamps appeared later in 1995.
Manifesto was intended to be re-released in 1994, but the plan was withdrawn due to bankruptcy of the band's record label. Later in 2002, Astrovamps signed a record deal with German label Alice In... of the Dark Dimensions label group.
In 2003, the Manifesto EP was re-released on the new label.
Amerikan Gothick, the first-ever full-length album from Astrovamps appeared in 2004. The nineteen-track album features a live track, as well as exclusive tracks that have appeared on various compilations of notable German fanzines such as Orkus and Zillo.
Gods & Monsters, the latest album from Astrovamps was released in May 2007.
The band officially disbanded September 29, 2007.
- Daniel Ian - Vocals and guitar
- Eyajo Joseph - Keyboards
- glass ghost - Lead guitar
- Grim De La Noche - Bass guitar
- Toe Knee - Percussion
- 1998-2007: Corwin Hambrick - Bass Guitar and Backing Vocals. Live, and Recording
- 1994-1997: Vincent DePriest - Bass Guitar
- 1991: Bang - Bass Guitar
Exclusive tracks appearing on compilations
Dark Awakening Vol. 4 – Lament of the Dead (Dark Bite Version)
Orkus Compilation IV – Transylvania
Zillo Club Hits 8 – Zombie Dance
- Per:Version: Vol. 11 – Mardi Gras Masquerade
Sonic Seducer Cold Hands Seduction Vol. 35 – Alice in Gothland (Exclusive Version)
Dark Summer 2005 • 1 - Days of the Dead
Kaliffornian Deathrock – Ghost Train
Gothic Compilation Part XXXVII – Monsters in Tinsel Town
Wave-Gothik-Treffen Festival. "Past Artists-2005". Festival Official Site. No date listed. Accessed July 4, 2007.