|Firin' the Band|
|Season 2, Episode 6|
|Airdate||October 6, 2006|
|Featured Songs|| Action Reaction|
Must I Bleed
Arpo's House of Death
Until it Rains
Until it Bleeds
Fightin' the Greek
Workin' the Steel
Firin' the Band is the sixth episode of the second season of Sons of Butcher.
Ricky is sweet talked into a recording deal with a local producer who later turns out to be a maniacal song-stealing killer. Sol turns the shop into a haunted house attraction which becomes possessed by his dead father's ghost.
- Credits: All characters appearing in this work are fictitious. Any resemblance to real persons, alive, dead or undead is purely coincidental.
- This is the episode where Malone and Bonny G died.
- For a short segment, the song Dear John could be heard.
Horror Film ReferencesEdit
- The meat coming alive is a reference to "Return of the Living Dead".
- Bonny G chainsawing Malone to death is a reference to "Texas Chainsaw Massacre".
- Doug stumbling on the dead bodies of Bonny G's victims is a reference to "Nothing But Trouble".
- The spine lamp is a reference to "Deranged".
- Sol preparing to attack the meat is a reference to "Evil Dead 2".
- Bonny G rising from the back of the van is a reference to "Nosferatu".
- Arpo's potato sack is a reference to "Friday the Thirteenth 2".
- Arpo jumping out of a box with a pig mask and chainsaw is a reference to "Motel Hell".
- Arpo sticking Bonny G through the hook is a reference to "Texas Chainsaw Massacre".