A few days ago, we posted a teaser video for the new Kittie We Are The Lamb video. Promising zombies, gore, violence and metal, it was enough to get my attention piqued. Today brings the release of that video and it was definitely worth the few days of anticipation! Full of elements from Evil Dead and South Park (I wonder if the worcestershire sauce had anything to do with it…), this video is cheeky and a great nod to horror fans. Check it out after the jump and let me know your thoughts!
Kittie recently released a video for Empires (Part Two) but are definitely not content to sit on their laurels. With the impending release of I’ve Failed You (out Aug. 30th), the all-female group has released a teaser video for the upcoming video for We Are The Lamb. Just from the short clip, it’s obvious that this is aimed at horror fans and is full of zombies and gore. I’m all for it!
The ever sexy yet always terrifying Kittie have released a video for Empires (Part Two), which comes off their upcoming new album I’ve Failed You. The video is one of two videos that were shot with David Brodsky (Whitechapel, As I Lay Dying, In This Moment, The Red Chord), so I’ll be keeping an eye out for the second one to post when it comes out!
Editor’s Note: The art show is in Augusta, not Atlanta. Album artist Aaron Crawford will be premiering his first solo art show, ‘Pause And Claws’, on May 6th at Sky City in downtown Augusta. The art pieces center around strange and wondrous (read: terrifying) animals straight from Aaron’s mind. Aaron has done artwork for such bands as Attila, Suicide Silence, After The Burial, Veil Of Maya, Kittie, The Used, and more. Check out some examples after the jump as well as an exclusive quote for Bloody-Disgusting.
Bloody Disgusting got a chance to talk with Dez Fafara during the Devildriver/Kittie/Kataklysm tour about all things Devildriver! I spoke to Dez about the upcoming album, how the tour is going and how Devildriver and horror get along. Check out after the jump for all of his answers.
Recently, I got the chance to catch up with sisters Morgan and Mercedes Lander of Kittie. Touring with Devildriver and Kataklysm, we spoke about touring, a new album and, of course, horror. Both Morgan and Mercedes are big horror fans, so make sure to check out the interview to see just how deep their passion lies!
So, I’m gonna try a new article series for you readers where I post the track list of the latest mix CD that I made. I still don’t have an MP3 player aside from my Droid (never saw the use for one), so I still resort to making mixes for my car.
I’m excited to bring you readers another awesome Bloody-Disgusting exclusive interview! For all of you, I got several questions answered by badass artist Aaron Crawford. He tells us about his inspirations, how horror influences his art and his style, some of his favorite musical artists as well as some of his favorite horror movies. He also sent forth many examples of his work, so check after the jump to see it all!
God Forbid is back with a vengeance, kicking off the New Year with a bang as they have just replaced Throwdown on the upcoming Five Finger Death Punch North American tour. This massive trek, which kicks off on Jan. 21st, will now lead the band directly into their final run of the Earthsblood album cycle with Kittie this March. Be sure to visit www.myspace.com/godforbid now to view their complete touring schedule.
Doc Coyle (guitars, vocals) further states: “This is quite a surprise to announce GOD FORBID’s participation in the Five Finger Death Punch, Shadows Fall and 2 Cents tour. This was a tour we were looking at when it was first being put together, so the fact that we eventually landed it, even though it was a last minute thing, is a stroke of good fortune. We do wish our friends in Throwdown well, and hope whatever happened turns out ok in the end. Big thanks to FFDP for bringing us out! We have become good friends with them over the last couple years, and the fact that they are making this huge gesture is awesome. We go all the way back with our brothers in Shadows Fall to our first tour in 2000, so this will be another trip around the rodeo with some old friends. We’ve never toured with 2 Cents, but know Adair from Manttis and the other guys seem super cool. Combined with the spring tour with Lamb of God and the summer Mayhem Festival, this will be the most successful US touring cycle GF has ever had, so it’s a big reason to be positive in 2010! READ MORE