I don't think horror rock really caught on where I'm from, but I'm checking out the album right now..
I'm not sure if it really "caught on" anywhere. During horror rock's heyday in the early 2000s, there were a few mainstream bands that flirted with the genre, like Good Charlotte (ugh) and AFI, but pure horror rock bands were obscure underground bands like The EverDead, Cancerslug, Blitzkid, and Calabrese. Of course, the most popular horror rock band of the time were the resurrected Misfits (minus original singer/song writer Glenn Danzig, and thus essentially a completely different band), who were popular enough to play large packed shows, but the rest of us would be lucky to pack a small gig. Blitzkid, Calabrese, and Cancerslug stuck it out long enough to develop big cult followings, but The EverDead became inactive just as we were getting to the point of posing for pictures with fans and signing autographs.
I nearly dropped my just-cooked dinner laughing after hearing Jessica's contribution haha!
Hehheh. She did a great job. I figured some of our comic's fans would appreciate that, even if my music isn't their thing.