The heavy metal band Deadbeat Honeymooners formed in Canada in the early '90s. Its music is similar in style to that of such groups as Paradise Lost, Guns N' Roses, and Malhavoc. Members of the short-lived Deadbeat Honeymooners included lead singer Chris Burke-Gaffney, guitarist Barry Player, bassist Blaire Depape, and drummer Terry Norman. All of the members also served as singers.
A recording contract with the Anthem Records label resulted in the release of a self-titled album and the hard rock single "Dial L.O.V.E," both in 1993. The single, which was also made into a music video, is probably the tune Deadbeat Honeymooners is best remembered for. A sophomore album wasn't to be. After the group split, the members went their separate ways, some staying in the music world in one way or another.