The new Evil Dead film will be coming out next Friday and it seems like the entire horror fanbase is on pins and needles awaiting its release. To be honest, I don’t think I’ve seen such hype for a horror release since I began here at Bloody-Disgusting back in late 2009. From the look of it, it’s a film that not only respects the horror fanbase but is a film made for us. Still, having not seen the film, I can only wait with you and hope for the best.
This excitement and fervor has swept into the music world and members of some of the most extreme and intense bands out there want to share their thoughts on the original films and the upcoming remake. Head on below for thoughts from members of Paradise Lost, The Black Dahlia Murder, Monuments, Tech N9ne, Bonded By Blood, Palisades, Broken Hope, and a whole slew more! READ MORE
A nine-minute teaser (courtesy of the fine folk over at Vice) entitled The Devil’s Carnival 2: The Librarian, has been released. Meant as a hint of what’s to come, the teaser is “…chock-full of visual and musical hints of the heavenly delight that awaits audiences in The Devil’s Carnival: Episode 2“.
The teaser shows horror rapper Tech N9ne as the librarian of a twisted, nightmarish library, one that is full of magic and sounds. However, N9ne isn’t exactly a fan of noises that he isn’t in control of. So let’s just say that things would’ve gone better had someone bitten their tongue. Check out the trailer below.
2013 will see a new roadshow by Saw II-IV, 11-11-11, Mother’s Day and The Barrens director Darren Lynn Bousman, who returns to direct another chapter in the battle between Heaven and Hell. Creator Terrance Zdunich (Repo! The Genetic Opera) also returns. READ MORE
Rapper Tech N9ne has released the official music video for “URALYA”. The song comes from his Boiling Point EP, which came out today via Strange Music (iTunes). You can watch the video below.
While I’m not the biggest hip hop fan, I really dug this track. It mixes hip hop with metal in a very effective way and I found myself nodding along very quickly. READ MORE
Rapper Tech N9ne has released a teaser for the upcoming video for “URALYA”, which I’m guessing is supposed to be pronounced as “You’re a liar.” The song comes from the upcoming Boiling Point EP, which will be released Oct. 30th. The EP can be pre-ordered here.Check below for the teaser. READ MORE
Rapper Tech N9ne, who is heavily influenced by horror, is not one to rest on his laurels. Even though he just released the E.B.A.H. EP in September, he has announced that he will be releasing a new EP entitled Boiling Point on Oct. 30th. Though it’s not yet confirmed how many tracks will be featured on the EP, there are at least two with confirmed title names: “URALYA” and “Paint Your Pillowcase” (both of which will be produced by Seven). The EP can be pre-ordered here. You can see the album cover below. READ MORE
Bloody-Disgusting is excited to bring you the exclusive music video premiere for Prozak‘s “Wake Up You’re Dead”, which comes off his latest album Paranormal (iTunes). On top of that, we’ve also got an exclusive interview in which Prozak tells us what this album means to him, how it reflects on his personal career, and more. Check it all out below!
Prozak, the self-proclaimed “Hitchcock Of Hip-Hop”, is from Saginaw, Michigan and has been signed to Strange Music since 2011. He is also a member of Bedlam and has collaborated with Twiztid, King Gordy, Tech N9ne, and more. He is also an avid filmaker having shot Seekers: A Haunting On Hamilton Street, which aims to find scientific proof of ghosts or supernatural forces. READ MORE
If the video below is any indication, there have been some mighty strange things going on at Strange Music, the record label that boasts such artists as Tech N9ne and Brotha Lynch Hung. People are seeing shadows that shouldn’t be there, flashing lights, objects moving on their own, and creepy hip hop artists standing in merch aisles. Clearly, something is off.
Jumping into the hip hop world for a second, Tech N9ne has announced the Hostile Takeover Tour, which has support coming from Machine Gun Kelly (MGK), Krizz Kaliko, Mayday, Prozak, and Stevie Stone. The tour will have 90 stops in 99 days, making it the longest rap tour in history. Although no tour dates have officially been announced yet there will be stops in New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, Atlanta, Dallas, San Francisco, Las Vegas, Baltimore, Denver and Seattle, among other cities.
Tech N9ne also just released a video for Am I A Psycho?, which features Hopsin and B.O.B. The song comes off his latest album All 6′s and 7′s. The video is a horror movie homage similar to The Strangers and the house looks suspiciously like the one from the Texas Chainsaw Massacre remake. Check it out below.
Recently the line between mainstream and underground has been getting thinner and thinner. Artists like Tech N9ne, Insane Clown Posse, and The Kottonmouth Kings storm the charts with every release having little to no TV and radio support, simply with the love of their loyal fan base. I am guessing this love is what artist Saigon was looking for when he signed with independent record label Suburban Noize for his new release “The Greatest Story Never Told.”
With not a lot of releases last week, I thought I would travel back to a November release I did not know existed until recently. Yelawolf is a rap artist from Alabama whose name is making rounds in the underground scene because of his work with Bizarre of D-12 and a future track with Tech N9ne. He is scheduled to bring his unique style to Warped Tour this summer, so anyone attending should be sure to check out this review of “Trunk Muzik 0-60.”
Tech N9ne is at home in the dark. On his latest album, K.O.D., Tech conjures all sorts of demonic rhymes that’d get any club in Hell bumpin’. On “Demons,” he and Three 6 Mafia count off all kinds of creatures of the night, while “Shadows on the Road” is a tense psychedelic burner of a track. Tech’s dubbed himself the “King of Darkness,” and he’s definitely worthy of that moniker for hip hop.
Given his love for all things strange, Tech shared his favorite horror movies with Bloody-Disgusting.com in this exclusive interview. Check them out below and pick up K.O.D. in stores now!
For many different reasons, my number one favorite horror movie is Halloween II. I love the way it’s shot, and I love the way the synthesizer sounds on the score. Whatever keyboard John Carpenter composed the Michael Myers theme with is perfect. The whole plot is perfect too! I love how some of the movie takes place in a scary ass hospital. It’s so beautiful the way they show Haddonfield, Illinois. Starting and ending the film with “Mr. Sandman” still gives me chills. It’s such a happy song, but it’s so creepy in this setting. The way John Carpenter put the whole movie together amazes me. Halloween II is my favorite of all time!
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