Special mention: “Funny Games” (1997)
Take my advice and just stick with the 1997 German version. The accents will drive you a bit crazy but what made this film work so well was the directors way of lingering on shots. 2 [...]
Metal is rife with various genres and subgenres today. From doom to death, symphonic to folkloric, progressive to rapcore, everyone needs to classify themselves into a comfortable definition. Product of Hate isnâ€™t having any of it. According to the genre tag on their debut EP The Unholy Manipulator, theyâ€™re just â€śFucking METAL!â€ť There are no ballads, symphonic melodies, flutes, synthesizers, Norse mythology or opera singers on this album. Instead, we get heavy metal with … Continue reading
Horrornews.net and Fearless Records want to put Creatures in your house. Itâ€™s time for another terrifying giveaway and this time weâ€™re bringing the heavy metal! You have a chance to win some great prizes from Motionless in White. Hereâ€™s what you need to do: Email email@example.comÂ and put â€śMotionless in Whiteâ€ť in the subject line. In the body of the email, I want you to list at least one song off the … Continue reading
Concept albums came into prominence with The Whoâ€™s Tommy back in the 60s, and continue a rich tradition of storytelling in music to this day. In TreeLogia (The Album as It Is Not), The Morningside gives us a new twist on the concept album; a fifty-minute single. TreeLogia is an exposition of the song The Trees from previous album The Wind, the Trees and the Shadows of the Past, and tells the story of … Continue reading
While punk died long ago, it left a legacy of rock-and-roll music played loud, played raw and played without concern for narrow scope and genre definitions that curtail so many styles. This leads us to Aidenâ€™s Some Kind of Hate. Born out of love for horror and punk, the album blends the two in an angry and surprisingly fun rock album.
Aiden formed in 2003 as a punk/emo band. They recorded … Continue reading
Music Video: Calm – Ugly Sulk
Roach made a wrong decision in her life
and it leaves us all very sad.
Everything seemed to be going well:
the music, the band ‘Ugly Sulk’ were starting to get somewhere… People were listening.
We are all at a loss at Roach’s demise.
We are all very familiar with her trials and tribulations,
her insomnia, her addiction to sleeping pills…
Maybe … Continue reading
It appears Motionless in White is intent on driving really edgy music videos. This of course is great news to our legions of Horror fans. Check out the new Video below.
As reported today:
The controversial video features Twisted Sister’s Dee Snider and NY Ink tattoo artist Megan Massacre, and was directed by Dee’s son Cody Blue Snider.
“We wanted to make a … Continue reading
La Dispute named their latest album Wildlife, but it just as easily could have been called Introspection and Empathy, because every song falls into one of the two categories. Fans of the band are used to singer/poet Jordan Dreyer opening himself up for the sake of art. Whatâ€™s new in Wildlife is this new-found appreciation for what is external to him.
Wildlife explores loss and pain in its … Continue reading
Awaken to the Suffering, the third full length album from Pathology, brings a new vocalist, but keeps the bandâ€™s trademark sound. Pounding drums played at breakneck speed drive the band and the album. Drummer and original band member Dave Astor dominates every song with his energy. Itâ€™s difficult to believe anything short of a drum machine can play so fast, but this video will make a believer out of you.
Guitars on the … Continue reading
From the early nineteen seventies, horror movies have inspired different bands. In a way, Horror films have inspired a genre of music in itself, Heavy Metal. The one band that inspired and began the metal movement was inspired themselves, by the Horror genre. They are called Black Sabbath. The guitar player has taken his love for Horror one step further with recently making his own Horror franchise entitled ominously enough… Black Sabbath.