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Any Slayer fans? I was watching Music Choice and read that June 6th is International Day of Slayer. I had no idea that this was even a thing. Blocks of Slayer songs will be played all day, which will be rad. What is your favorite Slayer song?
Have you ever heard a song and thought, that would be so great in a horror movie?
I've always thought Guns N Roses, "Welcome to the Jungle" would be great in a movie trailer
"Tyler" by the Toadies is another good one.
"The End" by Blue October is pretty much a horror movie within itself.
Elton fookin John and Ce lo fookin Green??? !!crack me the fook up !!!lol
just for the crack!!
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Are there songs that have the same effects as a good horror movie to you? If you can find a video of the song attach it so we may all partake!
Personally the scariest song I've heard to-date is Womb by wumpscut...look up the lyrics if you want to it's eerie.
If I were stranded on a desert island, I would take the music of THE ROLLING STONES, BILLY JOEL, AND ELTON JOHN.
Hey everyone- I have been to many concerts over the years, but I still remember my first concert like it were yesterday- It was at Shea Stadium in Queens, NY ( that stadium no longer exists by the way ) and the the group was THE WHO. What an awesome fookin concert- had the best time. It was in 1982 and I was young whipper snapper- only 15 yrs old. We were in the next to last row up in the nose bleed seats- but they had a big screen that you could watch. There was an electricity in the air and the crowd was stomping there feet- I remember the roar of that sound of