Over 5,000 years ago in Egypt, from the dry stretches of the not-so-fertile crescent, a nomadic foul smelling musical tribe wandered. The Pharaoh hated these nomads and their ability to shred like a mofo. But more than that, the Pharaoh hated the power of their righteous grooving to make drop the tunics of his luscious, virgin teenage daughters.

One night, the Pharaoh caught the nomads dressed as mummies and creating sensual grooves in an effort to compromise the moral integrity of his five daughters. The angry Pharaoh cursed the nomads—and when the sun rose the following morning, the curse had taken hold. The nomads were thus doomed for eternity to walk the earth as mummies—in search of the ultimate gig.

The mummies wandered from town to town, city to city, playing their ancient asses off while banging out solid fly grooves... and a few ladies... who were all too ready to drop their tunics.

And now they’re coming to rock your town with a funk so strong, it’ll make your mummy explode. So, strap in, strap on, and prepare yourself for...

Here Come The Mummies

Interview by Corpsy

Promo photo by Dean Dixon

Read our exclusive interview with Java Mummy in the new issue of Girls and Corpses Magazine. Order now here