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November 13th, 2014
Reviewed by: Dave Gammon
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November 11th, 2014
Reviewed by: Anton Cancre
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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.
All right, thatâ€™s enough talking. Put your books away, you wonâ€™t need them today.No. Todayâ€™s a fun day. Itâ€™s music time! But this ainâ€™t your mamaâ€™s boring music class. This is Professor Fiendyâ€™s Music Room 138 and I wonâ€™t be making anyone sing rounds of â€śRow, Row, Row Your Boat.â€ťThis will have to fall into the â€śStrangeâ€ť category, as I donâ€™t know how horrifying it is. Itâ€™s bizarre, to be sure, but definitely not terrifying.
Macabre â€“ Il Richiamo Dell Ombre represents a marriage between experimental metal and horror. Where Alice Cooper, Gwar and Slipknot had their flings with dark themes, The Undergrave Experience bought the ring and committed. Not just a stage gimmick, Macabre is two songs comprising forty-three minutes of horror movie music.
Fusing rock and orchestral instruments with drawn-out doom voices, the band creates a sound unlike anything Iâ€™ve ever heard on a rock album. Â Any part … Continue reading
While, it’s fair to say that music videos don’t get as many opportunities to explore horror themes as I would like, there still is an impressive helping of ones over the years that have visited the horror genre in an interesting way. We owe some of the greater accomplishments to video directors such as Floria Sigismondi, Samuel Bayer and Chris Cunningham. Â I’ve assembled a pretty eclectic mix of horror themed music videos that have paid … Continue reading