Firin' the Band
Season 2, Episode 6
Airdate October 6, 2006
Production No. 206
Directors Karl Dipelino
Featured Songs Action Reaction
Must I Bleed
Arpo's House of Death
Fuck Producers
Until it Rains
Until it Bleeds
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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".


Sons of Butcher "Firin' the Band"

Sons of Butcher "Firin' the Band"