Metal (Music) Monday #3: Film Review: Pride and Joy: The Story of Alligator Records (1992)
Jun06

Metal (Music) Monday #3: Film Review: Pride and Joy: The Story of Alligator Records (1992)

From MVD Entertainment, comes a great concert/documentary film. It is a film from well known director Robert Mugge, that covers the influential blues label that is Chicago based Alligator Records. So why the hell does this film review go on this site? Well there are two major reasons. First off, the content of blues music is the dark personification of what is portrayed in numerous horror genres. While this film focuses more on the...

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Metal Monday #2: Cattle Decapitation
May30

Metal Monday #2: Cattle Decapitation

Cattle Decapitation is a band that can only be described with one made up word: in-fucking-tense. They are often described as a progressive death metal or grindcore act. They are fast and furious on stage and their albums are non-stop brutality. The guitar work will shred your ears to death and Travis’s powerful vocals and shrill screams will make you go nuts. Their lyrical content and musical themes deal with murder, gore, and...

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Too Much Horror Business: THE MISFITS
May17

Too Much Horror Business: THE MISFITS

Formed in Lodi, New Jersey in 1977 THE MISFITS are thee iconic horror punk band…period. No other band prior or since has so effortlessly meshed together the worlds of horror films and punk rock (creating the Horror Punk sub-genre) to bring forth a sonic ear assault of music intertwined with lyrics of legendary horror cinema as the backdrop visual for your mind. Punk, DIY, and independent horror films will forever be intertwined...

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Metal Monday: Amon Amarth (Discography…Mostly)
May02

Metal Monday: Amon Amarth (Discography…Mostly)

In honor of the tenth full-length album release from Amon Amarth, I’m going to do a quick rundown and picture post. This is a band that is really huge worldwide, especially in their home country Sweden and the surrounding nations where this type of music is actually hugely popular. None of the pictures are in order. I’m not reviewing them individually either. What I am doing is covering a band that people in the world of...

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Comic/Music Review: Cannibal Corpse (2015)
May27

Comic/Music Review: Cannibal Corpse (2015)

This review covers the 25 year history of these Death Metal heroes pretty quickly. It’s not very often, you can say a band that has been around for this long is actually getting better.

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Portal (Metal Review) : Live From The Housecore Horror Film Festival

This is why you need to see the band Portal.

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SongoftheDay: BLOOD AND THUNDER by MASTODON

I haven’t added any of my own metal reviews yet, but they will come. My focus is mostly horror films, but I often feel that the two have a lot in common.

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