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Founded at a festival in Germany in 1996, Horror Pops came to life when Patricia Day met Kim Nekroman. They would get married later on down the road. While looking for a drummer to complete their sound, the two would switch off their instruments so they could both learn to play bass and guitar. In 1997, they found a great drummer, Henrik Neidermeier and another guitar player, Caz the Clash. With this new mix, they started playing and gaining more popularity. In 2000, they recorded seven songs for their first CD. “Ghouls” and “Psychobitches outta Hell” became fast hits in the Copenhagen club scene. 2001 brought many live shows and they had built up quite a fan base by then as well. Caz the Clash had a child in 2003 and left the band. He was replaced by Karsten. This was the year that Horror Pops brought their unique sound to the US. They performed several shows in Arizona and California. Vogue magazine took notice and gave them their very first magazine interview.
2004 had its up and downs for the band. They were supposed to go on an extended tour, but it was canceled at the last minute because the band themselves got caught up with immigration paperwork. They did get to go on The Offspring's European tour with them playing to crowds of 6,000 or more people every night. They appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live and showed off their funky style of music to a national audience. Two more band members dropped out and had to be replaced. Mille went back to school and Karsten wanted to marry his longtime love. They did manage to get an album out in spite of all these problems. “Hell Yeah” was released in February.
In 2005, the band's second album called “Bring It On” was released. In 2006, the Horror Pops did a Warped Tour through Europe, Asia, Canada and the US.The band is hoping to release their new album “Kiss Kiss Kill Kill” in 2008 after spending most of 2007 getting it ready. They are back to being just a three piece band and they have several shows on the books.