SOILENT GREEN records theme song for Fourth Season of Adult Swim series Squidbillies!
New Orleans, Louisiana's sons of Southern grindcore, SOILENT GREEN, are obviously making an impression over at Adult Swim. SOILENT GREEN has not only toured with the notorious masters of animated death metal, Dethklok, but have recently recorded the opening theme song to Squidbillies fourth season, which just kicked off on May 17th on Adult Swim.
Vocalist Ben Falgoust comments; “Squidbillies is the best cartoon…excuse me…show on TV/Internet/Cable around! I felt that way before we did the theme tracks and I feel even stronger about it since I've seen the new episodes, despite our involvement with the program, of course.
It was an awesome and strange experience to track these theme songs for the Squidbillies. It was pretty shocking when were contacted by them to be involved with this project. I give credit to the rest of the guys in the band for pulling it off from a strange but fun perspective in incorporating Soilent Green's style into the theme song for the show.”
New Episodes of Squidbillies Air Sunday nights at midnight (ET, PT), and don't forget to check out SOILENT GREEN's latest release Inevitable Collapse In The Presence Of Conviction available as CD, limited special edition vinyl, and digital download. In other news, SOILENT GREEN are confirmed to play on the Terrorizer stage at this year's Hellfest in France.
America's favorite family of rural cephalopods is back for another season of hoopin' and a hollerin' fun in new episodes of Squidbillies airing on Sundays at midnight (ET, PT). Thanks to years of refinement in the North Georgia Mountains, the squids of yesteryear have adapted into the polished gems known today as the Cuylers. Early and his youngin' Rusty, Granny and their fellow inbreds pack in even more drinking, fighting and gunplay.
Squidbillies premiered on Adult Swim in October 2006 and is from creators Dave Willis and Jim Fortier, both Georgia natives. Willis and Fortier worked as writers and producers on Space Ghost Coast to Coast. When Adult Swim launched in 2001, Jim Fortier wrote and produced for The Brak Show, and Dave Willis, co-created Aqua Teen Hunger Force.