Ever since forming in Suffolk in 1991, Dani Filth's Cradle of Filth have been one of England’s highest profile extreme metal bands. Over the years their musical style has evolved from a classic black metal sound to a cleaner, more "produced" mixture of Gothic metal, symphonic black metal and other extreme metal styles.
While it's certainly no Michael Jackson's Thriller, outspoken recording artist Kanye West (who incidentally is still not cared about by former President George W. Bush) looks to release more than his fair share of horror in his latest music video, Monster.
Everyone's in the Halloween spirit lately, and no matter where you look, spookiness abounds. Without question this is the horror fan's favorite time of the year, and the rest of the world gets to play catch-up with us for a month!
Though we never seen a single episode and were thoroughly bewildered by their presence at Comic-Con, the TV show "Glee" has become a bit of a phenomenon garnering millions of fans. As a special Halloween treat, filming has wrapped on the show's Rocky Horror themed episode and as a result it looks as if things are heading in an unexpected direction ... down remake road!
Even Angela’s parties aren’t this nuts! This past weekend, Adam Gierasch and Jace Anderson threw one helluva punk rock party in downtown Hollywood to celebrate the long overdue release of their Night of the Demons remake on DVD and Blu-ray. Of course we were there to bring back a little lunacy for you!
An indie scream queen (Scarlet Salem), zombies, guns, blood, a machete, gore and an Evil Dead homage shot. Another low budget horror film? Not this time.
There's no doubt about it; if there's one thing that Tom Holland knows, it is vampires, and he's about to unleash a whole new batch of them via his latest endeavor Twisted Tales. Ready for a quick and catchy bite?
Yep, it's Monday. The work was has begun. You're barely awake. Everyone on the planet is already giving you shit. All you want to do is go home and go back to sleep. We've all been there. That being said ... how about a little NOT SAFE FOR WORK goodness to help you through the upcoming five days of aggravation? No, really, it's our pleasure!
The Gothic Halloween music group Midnight Syndicate has released a new music video for their song "Lost", which first appeared on the group's Dead Matter: Cemetery Gates CD, and of course we've got it here for you in all its cool zombie/paranormal glory.
Music and genre fans have lost another true great. Ronnie James Dio, singer for Heaven and Hell, Black Sabbath, and of course Dio, has passed away at the all too young age of just sixty-seven due to stomach cancer.
Back in March we got a behind-the-scenes look at the shoot for Midnight Syndicate's "Dark Legacy", and now the dynamic duo of Ed Douglas and Gavin Goszka have released the video in its entirety.
It's been pretty quiet lately on the cinema front for rocker turned filmmaker Rob Zombie, and with good reason -- his latest album (which is all kinds of good) Hellbilly Deluxe 2 is out, and the man is busy making sure his tour burns up every venue that it visits.
When it came to living life on the edge, no one lived it to the fullest quite like Type O Negative's bassist/singer Peter Steele. It's with a heavy heart we announce that the music world has lost one of its most talented players.
2010 Marks horror music group Midnight Syndicate's 13th anniversary, and among the other festivities they have planned (i.e., releasing The Dead Matter movie, a soundtrack CD, and their brand new website), band members Edward Douglas and Gavin Goszka are filming their very first music video for the song "Dark Legacy".
Here's something interesting ... one of the problems that The Wolfman faced on its way to the big screen was which music to use. Two artists were up for the task. Danny Elfman and former member of Tangerine Dream Paul Haslinger both cooked up some tunes, but in the end the decision was made to go with Elfman's work. So how would the movie have sounded with Haslinger's in place? Read on to find out!