YouTube user Isonine (Facebook) has created another amazing metal/pop mashup. This time he has taken Lamb Of God‘s Redneck and mashed it headfirst into Kesha‘s Tik Tok. End result? Probably the danciest metal song I’ve heard in a while. Check it out below and get ready to shake that rump. READ MORE
Southern rock band Maylene And The Sons Of Disaster have released a video for Open Your Eyes, which comes off their latest album IV. The video stars cult acting legend Danny Trejo as a man with some rather sinister intentions. However, what awaits him is definitely NOT what he expected.
YouTube user Hatinhand decided one night that he needed to make a “horror portfolio”, a video that shows scenes from 64 horror movies over the past half century. He split the video into three sections: the first entitled “Haunted Houses And Ghost Stories” which uses the music from John Carpenter’s The Ward, composed by Mark Kilian. The second section is called “Angels And Demons” and uses an instrumental version of If I Was Your Vampire by Marilyn Manson. The final section is entitled Killers And Slashers and uses the now infamous Hello Zepp theme from Saw, composed by Charlie Clouser.
With the release of Resolution just a week away, I figured you readers could use a little Lamb Of God fix. However, some of you are far too thug to enjoy just the metal, so I figured I’d throw in some Dr. Dre for ya. How’s that suit you?
Check out this awesome mash up below and let me know if there are any others that you’d love to see on here. READ MORE
I’ve never really thought of gig posters as being that necessary for a show. Then, when I went and saw Porcupine Tree with Robert Fripp (King Crimson) opening, I received a poster that was made specifically for that show. Now autographed by Porcupine Tree (twice) and framed on my wall, that poster is a reminder of how amazing visual art can be as an accompaniment to music.
While Robert Zemeckis could direct How To Survive A Garden Gnome Attack for Sony Pictures Animation, Australian production house Screen Invaders is beating them to the punch.
Joel Kohn directs the upcoming Aussie horrorGnomes Attack!, which has been attempting to go viral for the past few months. We just now landed the teaser trailer is shot from the perspective of a police cam and gives us a pretty hefty taste of what we’ll see come 2013. I’m still trying to decide if it’s supposed to be a comedy or if it’s dead-pan serious. I hope Kohn plays it straight… READ MORE
Perhaps “HELLRAISER: MASTERPIECES” doesn’t quite live up to what its name so strongly implies, but you and I both know that we just cannot get enough of BOOM! Studios’ continued love for Clive Barker’s classic. So until we can read the next issue of the scribes’ “HELLRAISER” monthly from the publisher, we can all get our fix with a 6 page preview of the second installment in the “MASTERPIECES” series, which hits shelves this week. Read on for the skinny…
If you couldn’t tell by the amount of enthusiasm that we spew towards BOOM! Studios and Clive Barker’s “HELLRAISER” monthly, we are kind of a big fan. You should be too, and if you know what is good for you you’ll make the jump and check out the 5 page preview of the series seventh ish. Read on for the skinny…
Although it’s not my style of music, Matt Toka‘s lyric video for 666 is super cool! They use a really inventive way of having lyrics appear seemingly out of nowhere on a guy’s body. Although Jane’s Addiction also did this, it wasn’t done in nearly the same way. I’ll tell you this though, that guy probably couldn’t show himself in public for at least a week. Sharpies take quite a bit to get out of the skin.
John Carpenter’s The Thing is easily one of my all-time favorite horror films. To this day, the story, the music, the practical FX (Dear god, the practical FX!!!) all combine to create one of the most intense and incredible sci-fi/horror experiences you can find.
It isn’t any secret that Clive Barker is single handedly one of the most talented names in all of horror. But 6 months ago when we (along with the rest of the horror community) began our coverage of the scribes’ return to the hell that he built thanks to BOOM! Studios, we were understandably a bit hesitant. However, any and all reservations we might have had as to whether or not “HELLRAISER” could possibly be resucitated in the comic medium are long since dead, and beyond the break you can check out a 6 page preview of this week’s newest ish in the monthly. Read on for the skinny…
Probably one of the hottest singers in popular culture today, Rihanna is actually really awesome. I really believe that she, along with Lady Gaga, are hugely influenced by horror. Just take a look at Rihanna’s video for Disturbia, which looks like a deleted scene from 2000′s The Cell mixed with Silent Hill. She has one hell of a voice, seems like a genuinely cool person and has one HELL of a smoking body (that never hurts).
Now that long-time scribe Greg Pak has parted ways with the Big Green Machine fans will likely be waiting on baited breathe to find out what the future holds for Bruce Banner over at Marvel Comics. Well for those of you who just can’t take the wait any longer you can make the jump and check out a 6 page preview of the first all new ish since the scribes’ departure. Read on for the skinny…
Okay, I need some help here people: I just saw this awesome video of a band covering Skrillex‘s Scary Monsters And Nice Sprites. Trouble is, I have absolutely no idea what the bass and the guitar are doing at certain points in the song. It’s not what notes they are playing or the chords, it’s how the hell are they making those sounds??? Just check out the bass around :56 seconds as well as the guitar around 1:25. I’m really curious to know the technology behind those sounds. Hell, I’m kinda tempted, once I know what it is, to throw it into one of my project guitars just to have some fun.
To this day, the soundtrack to the first season of Dexter is one of my favorite go-to “chill out” albums. Lush music, beautiful melodies, haunting overtones, and more make up for a fantastic musical soundscape that, I feel, perfectly compliments the show. Now, with the upcoming premiere of season six, YouTube user Adam Ben Ezra did a one-man cover of the show’s theme song. However, he didn’t only just cover the music, he also made a video that makes it appear like he is using his instruments to methodically kill his upright bass. It’s a very clever video that perfectly mimics the style and feel of Dexter.