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Sister Sin to Release Smoking New ‘Now and Forever’

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Anticipated release by Swedish rockers SISTER SIN will be releasing a brand new album titled, Now and Forever on October 22nd. Since 2002, SISTER SIN has worked hard to earn their position at the top of the metal scene. They have completed several full tours throughout the United States and European regions with another US tour to be announced next ...

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Motionless In White Reveals ‘Infamous’ CD Release Art

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Motionless In White has unveiled the cover art for their highly anticipated forthcoming full-length Infamous, set for release on November 13, 2012. In the two years since the release of acclaimed debut Creatures, Motionless In White has constantly challenged the concept of “playing it safe”. Unafraid to make music as intense as it is intricate, their ability to interweave powerful ...

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Music Review: Alice Cooper – From the Inside

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Alice Cooper’s release titled “From the Inside” stands as one of my favorite release from the Cooper camp. This particular theme-centered release depicts Alice’s life as he imagined it during his alcoholism stay at the New York sanitarium . The release also managed to earn him a billboard hit with the love ballad “How You Gonna See Me Now”. The ...

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Horror Art: Wes Huffor

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BIO: Wes Huffor is a Southern Californian artist best known for visceral, seductive, and pathological crime and horror storytelling. Wes started out working for small press publishers in Los Angeles and the Inland Empire. In 2008, Huffor released Charnel House, a Horror and Crime anthology under the flag of UK based publisher Broken Voice. As a nod to classic Crime ...

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Top 10 Goriest Horror Movie Death Scenes

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The 13 Goriest Horror Movie Death Scenes Howdy. I think everyone can agree that violence is awesome. It is something we are taught to appreciate since day one. There is nothing more culturally sophisticated than a nice, well done vision of sadistic, relentless, bloody violence. I’ve noticed that in all walks of life horrific bloodbaths have entertained, inspired, consoled and ...

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Music Review: Marilyn Manson – Mechanical Animals

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Taking an inspiration road turn, Marilyn Manson arrives with a new conceptual album in the form of “Mechanical Animals“. It’s cover features the lead singer MM showcased in an androgynous genital-less pose. In some respect it reminds me of David Bowie’s “The Man Who Fell to Earth (1976)”, though I believe that conceptually it was the early 70s album “Ziggy ...

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