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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
41- Marilyn Manson – Tourniquet
Marilyn Manson excels in disturbing videos, though most of this goes to director Floria Sigismondi who knows how to connect nightmares and music under one shell. MM is the perfect subject model to experiment with in surreal situations. This remains one of the top disturbing music videos of all time.
42- Slipknot – Wait And Bleed
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 bandâ€™s label Bad Mood Man Music has this to say about their style:
â€śÂ«ApocalyclinicÂ» demonstrates evolution from orthodox doom death metal to the area which cannot be definitely classified: in the new work of the musicians one can find influence of dark metal combined with features of … Continue reading
Was just sent this today. You deserve to treat yourself to this cool take on animated famous album covers with a horror twist. Great for adding some flair to those humdrum momemts at the office, check it out!
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 Way Comes”, carnivals, circus attractions and maybe even an image or 2 … Continue reading
Illuminate the Silence are five musicians from Moscow still experimenting to find their own sound. And just like the bandâ€™s name, Silverhoney is a non sequitur, leaping back and forth between metal, rock, jazz and even funk. The four-song EP moves in and out of these styles, abruptly switching from one to another throughout.
At times, the sonic shifts are disjointed, but when the schizophrenia works, it is a thing of beauty. Title track The … Continue reading