Ice Nine Kills has shared the final chapter from their The Silver Scream (Fearless Records) album of last year. They have shared a new music video for the track ‘IT Is The End’, inspired by Stephen King’s IT and current sequel to the remake of the film, IT II. You can watch the clip below. The band created their own mini-horror series starring vocalist and horror aficionado Spencer Charnas to correlate with each of the album’s singles, injecting their own narrative into the movies the tracks pay homage to. Following a prequel and four parts, the fifth and final clip– directed by Daniel Hourihan (Manchester By The Sea, In Your Eyes) of Slow Burn Productions— is out now, for the track ‘IT Is The End,’ features musical guest appearances from members of Less Than Jake and Fenix TX. The band will also release a Deluxe Edition of the album, The Final Cut edition on October 25 via Fearless Records. The album will include four acoustic renditions of songs from The Silver Scream with guest appearances by very special members of both the horror and metal communities, all of which are yet to be unveiled. It will also feature a thrilling cover song and a brand-new number that pays homage to Wes Craven’s 1996 slasher masterpiece, Scream. Continue reading
Mike Patton, the genius musician and vocalist and musician known for his work with Faith No More, Dead Cross, Phantomas, Tomahawk and more will see his expanded score to the Stephen King-sourced Netflix film “1922” sees a July 20 release via Ipecac Recordings.
Remastering albums is a tricky business. For every perceived mistake or fault which gets cleaned up, smoothed over, or completely erased; for every tweak or alteration to the mix, there will always be listeners who prefer the original, no matter what. Trying to improve a recording can often lead to losing the charm of the original, and so as much as record label Nuclear Blast have given a significant portion of Blind Guardian‘s discography a deserved facelift here, the results will lie purely in the eye (or in this case, the ear) of the beholder. Continue reading
While it is unrealistic to expect the son of a world-renowned musician to naturally sound like (or even want to sound like) his father, the fact is, when your last name is Dickinson, people are going to judge you based on preconceived notions. Author Joe Hill knows all about it; his father is master horror storyteller Stephen King, and when Hill started out, he intentionally took on his mother’s maiden name (bad pun, sorry, couldn’t resist) to avoid the inevitable comparisons to his old man. Continue reading