Horror Music

Exclusive Interview: Attrition Invoking Nightmares in New Horror Soundtrack

Martin Bowes and his band Attrition have been crafting eerie, hypnotic soundscapes for three decades, and it's only natural that their music would one day find its way into horror movies. That day has arrived with their score to the feature film "G.H.O.S.T," and we had the chance chat with the band about that project and more!
Gregory Burkart - 11/23/2012 - 11:00am - 0 comments

Uncle Acid and the Deadbeats: 'Blood Lust' – EP Review

Need a little black magic to shield you from the unspeakable horrors of Black Friday? This UK occult-rock band is here to help. Their second EP has just broken big on a major label, and we've got the full breakdown inside, along with a music video packed with occult horror film clips.
Gregory Burkart - 11/22/2012 - 1:00pm - 0 comments

'Bloody Hammers' – CD Review [NSFW]

The self-titled debut album from occult horror-rock unit Bloody Hammers arrives today in a cloud of sweet, sweet darkness. Read our review of this demonic doom-and-groove explosion and watch their NSFW sex-and-skulls music video!
Gregory Burkart - 11/20/2012 - 12:00pm - 0 comments

Exclusive: Director Scott Derrickson on the Sounds of 'Sinister'

One of the many reasons “Sinister” is scoring big with audiences this month is the movie's terrifying music and sound design. The director gave us the complete breakdown on the musicians involved, and we scared up a ton of sample tracks guaranteed to give you the shivers!
Gregory Burkart - 10/19/2012 - 12:00pm - 0 comments

“No One Survives” Insane Video from Nekrogoblikon

So there's a band called Nekrogoblikon, they specialize in “Goblin Metal,” and their latest album is titled “Stench.” That's really all you need to know before you enter the world of their music video “No One Survives.” Oh sure, we've got plenty of info to go with it... but seriously, words aren't enough; you just gotta watch this thing.
Gregory Burkart - 09/14/2012 - 3:30pm - 1 comment

Autopsy: 'Born Undead' – DVD Review

Shortly after their reunion in 2010, death metal icons Autopsy went right back to work recording and touring, and now they're following up an excellent retrospective album with an even more career-spanning DVD. Check out our review of this five-hour monolith of metal!
Gregory Burkart - 08/27/2012 - 8:00pm - 0 comments

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