This Italian EDM duo has a way with insane beats and a taste for horror. Dig our review and watch their brand new video!
The pioneering UK gothic band unveiled their latest project this month, a preview of the spooky and dance-worthy sounds to come in their next album. (Note: slightly NSFW album art inside)
Think you've seen and heard it all? Hell no, you haven't. Tool's Maynard James Keenan is back with another release from his bizarro side project, including their most insane music video ever. Check it out!
The electro-house music phenomenon chats with FEARnet about the spooky album series “Monsters of Drumstep,” his love of all things horror, and tons more!
No, that's not a typo: “Chiildren” (with two i's) is their name, and freaking your ass out is their game. Their debut release is a “synthetic metal” hybrid of sex, horror, madness and violence, and their NSFW music video will swallow your soul!
Earlier this year we had a chat with up-and-coming industrial rocker Davey Suicide, and he teased us with the first single from his upcoming album. It's now part of a new EP, and we've got all the details inside.
Electro shock-pop duo Blood on the Dance Floor have followed up their chartbusting album "Evolution" with a nine-track EP that finds the band in an a darker creative mode. Check out our review... and their new video!
Stuff's happening to dark rockers Candlelight Red faster than we can keep track; they opened for KISS before they'd even signed a record deal, and their debut album kicked their careers up even further. This time we actually caught up with them to chat about their new EP "Demons," their live shows, and their must-have horror DVDs.
After contributing some memorably maniacal music to the epic heavy metal fantasy game Brütal Legend, horror-metal act Wrath of Killenstein have finally returned with some twisted new material. Hopefully our review will prepare yourself for the bizarre sonic onslaught...
It's a curse, I tell ya... my twin obsessions with horror and music dominate my life 24/7, so if an indie band pops up on my radar that takes its name from a legendary horror film series, it's pretty much a given I'm going to check 'em out, even if out of pure morbid curiosity. As you can probably imagine, lots of these blind searches end in pain (if