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Ice Nine Kills 'The Silver Scream 2'

Ice Nine Kills have dropped their latest album, The Silver Scream 2: Welcome To Horrorwood via Fearless Records. Ahead of the release, Alternative Press spoke to frontman Spencer Charnas about the new project. With The Silver Scream 2, the band constructed a perfect horror sequel to the first entry in the series. The new album […]

The post Ice Nine Kills on upping the body count with ‘The Silver Scream 2’ appeared first on Alternative Press.

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Ice Nine Kills Funeral Derangements

Ice Nine Kills have released their latest video, “Funeral Derangements.” The new single comes ahead of their upcoming album, The Silver Scream 2: Welcome To Horrorwood. The band have released a number of cinematic visuals in the lead-up to the new record. From the American Psycho-inspired Jacoby Shaddix collab “Hip To Be Scared” to their […]

The post Ice Nine Kills drop ‘Pet Sematary’-inspired “Funeral Derangements”—watch appeared first on Alternative Press.

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ice nine kills assault & batteries music video childs play new album

Ice Nine Kills have released a Child’s Play-inspired single “Assault & Batteries” from their upcoming album, The Silver Scream 2: Welcome To Horrorwood. The new track was accompanied by a highly cinematic music video that continues to build the universe of Ice Nine Kills. “Assault & Batteries” is the second single to be released from […]

The post Ice Nine Kills drop ‘Child’s Play’-inspired “Assault & Batteries”—watch appeared first on Alternative Press.

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best song moments in movies

From the ending of Fight Club to the final moment of The Breakfast Club, music has been adding extra emotion to movie scenes for decades.  Music can evoke emotion, conclude a scene without words or deliver the extra oomph that a moment was lacking otherwise. Below we have compiled some of our favorite scenes from […]

The post 10 unforgettable movie scenes that were made even better with music appeared first on Alternative Press.

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No, those are not death-metal album covers. Neither are the lyrics. Horrorcore, a subversive blend of hardcore hip-hop and horror themes, ventured into new territories in the past decade and continues to evolve. Horrorcore 2.0 features our favorite horror movie tropes while also embracing industrial, witch house, noise, trap metal, emo rap and art pop. […]

The post 20 horrorcore albums that are better than your favorite scary movie appeared first on Alternative Press.

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The uber-deep voice of Indiana Bradley grabs your attention on his band’s mournful march, “Killin’ Time,” where the singer intones a merciless message: “empty souls must die.” The guitar solo is rippin’ and the band really rocks. Our hopes that Bradley’s voice could deliver additional dimensions (a la Nick Cave) was met with disappointment upon hearing “American Psycho,” a taut, fast-paced rocker on which the lead vocals are pretty much swamped in the mix. Much more successful is Bradley’s duet with Sie Sie Benoff; their male/female blend, coupled with the band’s crackling guitar distortion, is strong and significant, and helps […]

The post New Music Critique: Indiana Bradley appeared first on Music Connection Magazine.

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In AP 376, we had Spencer Charnas of Ice Nine Kills wax ecstatically about horror films, personal vengeance and bloody things while waging a one-man war against…wait, cilantro? THE PERFECT VILLAIN. Describing the perfect villain? Or picking an existing one? I would say Billy Loomis from Scream. He embodies all of the traits of a […]

The post Nothing scares Ice Nine Kills’ Spencer Charnas except for this one thing appeared first on Alternative Press.

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Oftentimes, some of our favorite Hollywood works come from a format that already exists: novels. From Bird Box to 1992’s Candyman, which has a 2020 Jordan Peele adaptation on the way, some classic works of horror originally started as a novel before their film adaptations. Check out 10 horror novels that were turned into fantastic […]

The post Here are 10 horror novels that made for chilling movies appeared first on Alternative Press.

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