Track of the Week #21 – Cocaine Piss ‘Cosmic Bullshit’

There’s a lot of energy pumping through this track, that speeds through its 75 second run-time at lightening pace.

In their bio, Belgian four-piece Cocaine Piss refer to themselves as ‘Glittershitstorm’, which actually accurately describes whats going on here in ‘Cosmic Bullshit’.
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Serenading A Serial Killer – A Playlist that’s All (Serial) Killa, No Filla

No one’s mind will be blown by the fact band’s, especially in extreme metal, love a serial killer or two.

There’s so many songs out there dedicated to murderers it’s actually harder to find a prominent serial killer who hasn’t got at least one song about them.  Continue reading “Serenading A Serial Killer – A Playlist that’s All (Serial) Killa, No Filla”

Agoraphobic Nosebleed’s Katherine Katz Calls Out Misogyny In Metal And She’s Not Wrong

It’s an undeniable truth that the metal community, while a glorious, tight and diverse group as a whole, is infected with a deep-rooted macho dudebro element. On an almost daily basis, I’m ashamed for both a culture I feel close to and my gender as a whole, looking through comments on metal blogs, or YouTube videos, or even some of the blogs themselves. Pick the … Continue reading Agoraphobic Nosebleed’s Katherine Katz Calls Out Misogyny In Metal And She’s Not Wrong

Adam Wingard Returns with ‘The Woods’

Well this is a bit good. Horror phenomenon Adam Wingard has just released a teaser for his latest film ‘The Woods’. Due 16th September (assume that’s the US date) on Lionsgate, the flick sets a group into (you guessed it) some woods and, if the trailer’s anything to judge by, their fun ends pretty sharpish. From there on, it’s a night of terror for the … Continue reading Adam Wingard Returns with ‘The Woods’

Horror Game ‘Ghost Theory’ Wants To Take You Ghost Hunting

With the sheer volume of horror films that flood the market on a weekly, monthly and yearly basis it easy to feel like you’re watching the same scary movie again and again. And once you’re used to the most used horror tropes, you often come to expect each and every scare.

Luckily, when it comes to getting a fright, video games have got us covered.

Even though games have being scaring the actual bollocks off of us for decades, the quality of graphics and technology now makes it a more realistic, immersive and all round pant-wettingly good experience. Everything from Evil Within to Five Nights at Freddys has had people on the edge of their seats in ways films rarely manage recently.

So whenever a new contender arrives, it’s always exciting. Enter Ghost Theory.
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