The 1943 debut novel by fantasy and science fiction writer Fritz Leiber Jr., “Conjure” centers on a New England college professor who discovers that his good fortune is the result of his wife’s secret, magical interference. When he pressures her to stop, dark forces descend on the couple without her protection.
The book has been adapted three times before: in 1944 as “Weird Woman,” in 1962 as “Night of the Eagle”/”Burn, Witch, Burn!” and in 1980 as “Witches’ Brew.”
It’s a scenario that we’ve all thought of on more than one occasion: What would we do if we were being chased by one of the iconic horror movie villains? These may be some of the biggest, baddest, most violent opponents on the planet but we’ve got years upon years of horror movie viewing experience that has trained us for situations such as these.
Well, this question, and the potential solutions, is something that Love And Death bassist vALEntin3 has also given a great deal of thought to. Below you will find his list horror characters and what to do should they set their evil gaze upon you. Enjoy!
Love And Death, which features ex-Korn guitarist Brian “Head” Welch, is currently supporting their EP Chemicals (iTunes). A full length album is due for release this fall. READ MORE
Ex-Korn guitarist Brian ‘Head’ Welch and his band, Love And Death, have released a video for the title track for their upcoming EP Chemicals. The EP was released April 24th. The video can be viewed below.
Welch also appeared onstage with Korn at Rockingham Speedway in Rockingham, North Carolina to perform the song “Blind”. It had been seven years since Welch had performed with Korn. Welch stated, “It was so amazing Saturday night playin’ with Korn. Reconciling w/family is always good. So much love on stage & from Korn fans. Many tears shed. God is love.” Video footage of the concert can be seen below. READ MORE