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Music Review: The Sullen Route – Apocalyclinic

Album cover for The Sullen Route - Apocalyclinic

The Sullen Route is a four-piece band from Volgograd Russia. Moving away from their death metal roots, they branch out into new territory with sophomore release Apocalyclinic. The band’s label Bad Mood Man Music has this to say about their style: “«Apocalyclinic» demonstrates evolution from orthodox doom death metal to the area which cannot be definitely classified: in the new …

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Music Review: Midnight Syndicate – Carnival Arcane

“I tripped the merry-go-round….the calliope crashed to the ground” If the year was 1977, you might have thought Manfred Mann’s Earth Band was talking about this recent release score / music CD under the title of “Carnival Arcane” by Midnight Syndicate. “Carnival Arcane” is designed to take you on a mental journey. One that eludes images of “Something Wicked This …

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Music Review: Kristian Day – Ambient Martyr: Selected Works of Kristian Day

Kristian Day Ambient Martyr album cover

To truly appreciate a musician who composes film scores, you need to watch a movie from the composer. I found 100 Tears on Netflix instant play and watched cleavers through the skull, cleavers through the stomach and even cleavers through the groin to put some context into Day’s music. In 100 Tears, his work is quite good, but since Ambient …

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HorrorNews.net is looking for music CD reviewers!

If interested, like horror, like music and don’t mind reviewing 100’s of CD’s please inquire – Must supply an example of your writing to qualify. Must have basic blog skills to enter your review (Word press is better) Please read thru all before inquiring to HorrorNews.net Information on the reviewer positions: – unpaid, though you KEEP any product you receive! …

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Motionless In White – ‘Creatures’ Official Creepy Music Video

Taking a que for Marilyn Manson is not a negative in our view. This new Motionless In White video rocks the creep factor pretty hard with some outstanding kinetics going on. I miss the old days of rapid fire Floria Sigismondi. This inspired video is directed by Stephen Penta and features tattoo artist Megan Massacre. Big complaint…not enough Megan!

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Interview: Opi Saint of Patron Saint of Plagues

Interview w/ Patron Saint Of Plagues Frontman Opi Saint (vocals/guitar/songwriter) How do you incorporate horror into your lyrics? All of the songs are presented in a horror anthology style, reminiscent of Tales from the Crypt or the Creepshow movies. Each song has its own terror motif anywhere from werewolves and zombies to murder and demonic possession. As the stories progress, …

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Interview: Mickey Finn (Cold Blue Rebels)

Exclusive Horrornews Interview –  Mickey Finn – Cold Blue Rebels 1. How would you explain the sound of Horror-punk-Psycho-Rockabilly? Mickey Finn: Slightly gothic, dark and dramatic, a heavy blend of Punk and Rockabilly, country like Johnny Cash back in the day had a definite dark undertone. And the more creepy punk bands like Misfits, and 45 Grave, opened the door …

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Filmmaker Creepersin Shows Horror Roots with Re-release of Punk Album

For the last few years, many horror fans have come to know the name Creep Creepersin through his films. What may surprise these fans is that in the underground horror punk community, Creepersin has been sharing scares since 2004. The band Creepersin played their first show on Halloween in 2004. Their debut album, The Rise of Creepersin, was released shortly …

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