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I'm assuming it refers to the likes of zombies, vampires and werewolves. See: Undead --18.104.22.168 08:31, 18 July 2006 (UTC)
It basically its to cover the person who wrote this articles ass because el diablo the drummer is not a zombie, were not entirely sure what he is supposed to be.
Does anyone else think this band would be better if they stopped singing about zombies? a concept band is good for so long but it gets boring when you saw then at their first gig?
No way. The whole reason I got into this band was because of their name. They are great. Zombie movies influence more about their music than just their lyrics. Taking away the zombie theme would be taking away at least half of what makes the band what they are.
Don't be a dick, zombies is what they are about. If they sang about chip shops, monkeys or fluffy slippers they would not be send more paramedics anymore.
What genre are they? Horror punk or Zombiecore? I'd Say either rather than crossover. Im changing it. Slogankid 19:29, 5 September 2006 (UTC)
Zombiecore isn't a real genre. And unless The Misfits have secret recordings in the vein of Agnostic Front, Send More Paramedics is a crossover band with a horror theme. Jon138 20:16, 14 November 2006 (UTC)