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November 13th, 2014
Reviewed by: Dave Gammon
Category: Book Reviews
November 11th, 2014
Reviewed by: Anton Cancre
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Thereâ€™s nothing pretty about Heavy Lord, and thatâ€™s a good thing. They donâ€™t have a nice website. Their bio wouldnâ€™t make it past a high school newspaper editor. They donâ€™t even give us last names. What they do give us is uncompromising, heavy rock and roll music.
In their own words: â€śWe play ultraloud and uncompromising music like a big kick in your guts.â€ť
At some point in the late nineties, metal defined itself as … Continue reading
approx. 60 minutes
Discussion about music, horror, drugs, and beyond.Â Â
This is honestly one of my best interviews.
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 Dayâ€™s music. In 100 Tears, his work is quite good, but since Ambient Martyr is a stand-alone CD not affiliated with any movie, it must stand on its … Continue reading
Sometimes music is about the groove. We canâ€™t define what a groove is, but like a bad Peter Manoogian movie, we know it when we see it, or in this case; when we hear it. Slow Burn Records is a Russian post-metal label, putting out some of the coolest grooves in the business right now.
Compilation 2010 showcases ten Slow Burn bands. From the melodic, easy guitars of Catacombe and Starchitect, to the … Continue reading
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)
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– unpaid, though you KEEP any product you receive!
– self managing – this is why passion is a … Continue reading
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!
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, and the body count climbs, the characters and plot lines … Continue reading
Lady Gaga looks simply monstrous on the cover of V Magazine. Lady Gaga posed for the cover of the popular Asian magazine, participated in a video film, and sat down with her pal Elton John for an interview. Reminiscent of the three-headed Shiva, Gaga displays three heads, one face is adorned with a beautiful butterfly one head embodies creation.
Her next face clearly depicts destruction as Gaga flaunts a … Continue reading
If you’re like me, horror isn’t just in the kind of movies you like to watch. It’s in the type of clothes you like to wear; it’s in the books you like to read; it’s in the kind of activities you like to engage in; and it’s in the type of music you like to listen to.Â Now, is the horror art and entertainment that I spend my time … Continue reading
As I continue to meet new people throughout the industry, I think it’s worth sharing those who I think who have the ability to make an impact on the genre down the road.Â In one of those weird twists in life, I met this musician, Aaron Dlugasch ( www.systematicsound.com ), over a decade ago while we were both just a year or two out of high school.Â Aaron was big into metal and I was … Continue reading
Exclusive Horrornews Interview –Â 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 for kids who didn’t quite dig the romantic side of … Continue reading
How did TWITCH THE RIPPER get its name?
The name comes from referencing Italian giallo films from the 60’s and 70’s. It’s a bit of a play on few of the tittles that have influenced us artistically.
I think itâ€™s safe to assume that if youâ€™re a horror fan you like a good song, and if you a music fan you like a good horror movies. Does TTR have a … Continue reading