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    Help.
    Apart from Mortician, Necro, Frightmare and Necrophagia, which bands, etc use actual horror sound bites at their intros or in the track?
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    Lord Gore, Aborted(earlier stuff)

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    • #3
      Bile - Camp Blood
      Favourite track on this is The Final Chapter, but the whole album is littered with F13 sound bites. Which I guess is fitting considering the name and artwork for the album LoL

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      • #4
        Every song Send More Paramedics did was related to zombies, so I'd say that counts.
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        • #5
          I'm with whateva by B.I.G. feat. lil wayne, juelz santana n' jim jones samples the Halloween theme.




          on the duets album.
          Damn I've said some dumb things on this website

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          • #6
            insane clown posse-psychopathic(halloween theme sampled)
            -thy staleness (killer klowns from outer space clip)
            fuck i have tons more can't think of any right now tho
            She howls at the moon as I skeet on her tomb....

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            • #7
              Skinny Puppy... and lots of old school industrial tunes.

              Thrill Kill Kult uses some awesome rare sexploitation samples... Don't know if youre into that.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by ThreeOnAMeathook



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                • #9
                  Originally posted by ThreeOnAMeathook
                  They had a song and a video on some sampler from a metal magazine one time a while ago. My friend and I watched it and were floored by its sheer awesomeness. We've been looking for their albums ever since, but we live in the shitty midwest and no one around here has any of their stuff.

                  We gotta either d-word it () or Amazon it.
                  Well, now that they're broken up...you don't have a lot of options as it is. I was so pissed that they never toured here.
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                  • #10
                    Hey, I feel great. I've brought two people together. My work here is done... whhhhhooooosssshhh....
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                    • #11
                      Cage - Weather People (Prod. by RJD2) samples the Suspiria theme.

                      Doap Nixon - Behind the Music samples the Deep Red theme.

                      Jus Allah (formerly of JMT) and Bomshot have an album titled 'Necronomicon' under the duo name of The Devil'z Rejects. It samples The Devil's Rejects, Saw and The Evil Dead.

                      DJ Bless aka Sutter Kain who got his name from John Carpenter's In the Mouth of Madness has a few horror based songs.
                      Last edited by Khrysis; 02-25-2009, 06:20 PM.

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                      • #12
                        Back in the day, it was keen fun to recognize the sample an artist used in their track[s].

                        La Tour - People Are Still Having Sex [Hello, lover! - Evil Dead]

                        Skinny Puppy - Who's Laughing Now? [obvious]

                        My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult - Devil Does Drugs [and This is what the devils does - Alucarda]

                        Skinny Puppy - The Second Opinion [That machine has got to be destroyed! - From Beyond]

                        My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult - Mystery Babylon [Dialogue from SWV's Mondo Bizarro]

                        MLWTKK - Lucifer's Flowers ["is god in show business, too? - Zardoz]

                        MLWTKK - Blue Moon [indecipherable Espanol - Beyond the Valley of the Dolls]

                        Marilyn Manson - Dogma [Burn you fucker!! - Pink Flamingos]


                        Anyone else have fun with these?
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by ReptilianPig View Post
                          Anyone else have fun with these?
                          I like to 'spot the sample' when listening to music.

                          I listen to a lot of electronic music, so samples are a big part of the ride.

                          Velvet Acid Christ's stuff is a goldmine for sample spotting; using samples from Event Horizon, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Fight Club, Hellraiser, Inferno, Seven, Tenebre amongst others.

                          Front Line Assembly's 'No Tomorrow' also uses some great samples from Evil Dead II.

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                          • #14
                            Hardstyle trance/gabba artists use a lot of horror movie samples. Rotterdam Hardcore base most of their stuff around Nightmare On Elm Street and Friday The 13th, from their tunes, album covers and parties.

                            I'll try and find some examples and post them.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by bizarre_eye View Post
                              I like to 'spot the sample' when listening to music.

                              I listen to a lot of electronic music, so samples are a big part of the ride.

                              Velvet Acid Christ's stuff is a goldmine for sample spotting; using samples from Event Horizon, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Fight Club, Hellraiser, Inferno, Seven, Tenebre amongst others.

                              Front Line Assembly's 'No Tomorrow' also uses some great samples from Evil Dead II.
                              You know it, my rivet-hearted brotha. I thought about VAC, but the music is so congested with samples that it becomes pretentious. Back in the day, it was done with more of a style--> They offered a slither of an obscure film, and that was that.


                              I remembered another earlier from a synthpop song:

                              Beborn Beton - No clue as what the title is ["The ol' magic's still there..." -Bad Taste]
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