Assuming horror is required, the following results were found.

  • PLAN 9 (Movie Review)

    9 From Outer Space, are icons for the exact opposite reason. Despite its B-list cast (including an elderly Bela Lugosi, horror host Vampira and ex-wrestler Tor Johnson), lack of continuity, and cheap scenery and even cheaper effects, this charming...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/256-plan-9-movie-review
  • KITTY IN A CASKET - Kiss & Hell (Review)

    Kitty In A Casket Kiss & Hell SPV Records http://www.spv.de Release date: March 18, 2016 Austrian horror punk n’ rollers Kitty In A Casket are back! Rejoice ghouls and boys! Last we heard from the European masters of horror punk, fronted by the eye...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/258-kitty-in-a-casket-kiss-hell-review
  • GRAVE PLEASURES - Dreamcrash (Review)

    with a unique beast built on the common bones. “Crisis” opens with a doom inspired tone before turning into mid-tempo horror punk goodness. “Taste The Void” drives forward with a Misfits meets 45 Grave rock approach, a nod to the heavier sound espoused...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/162-grave-pleasures-dreamcrash-review
  • THEM - Forever Burns (Review)

    October 31, 2015 Halloween is the time when ghosts and ghouls are unleashed to walk the earth. Werewolves, vampires, and horror themed bands all rise from their graves to stalk the living. This Halloween Them releases the first single from their...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/149-them-forever-burns-review
  • TEEN CULT - Teen Cult (Review)

    www.alreadydeadtapes.com Release Date: June 30, 2015 There’s this little movie that you may have seen called The Rocky Horror Picture Show (if you have not seen it yet, please stop whatever you are doing and go watch it). It’s a classic movie that...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/64-teen-cult-teen-cult-review
  • Thunderstick- Echoes From the Analog Asylum

    I had never heard of Thunderstick. Just a few short months later, I can’t imagine not knowing who they were. With Hammer horror style imagery, female vocals, and some high energy tunes, this is certainly my kind of band! The band is most closely...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/442-thunderstick-echoes-from-the-analog-asylum
  • BLOODY HAMMERS - The Horrifying Case of Bloody Hammers (Music Review)

    with each album becomes the driving force for the next attack. The Horrific Case of Bloody Hammers is as unsettling as a horror movie, leaving the listener never knowing when the killer creeping up behind might strike. Dark grooves circle until it is...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/438-bloody-hammers-the-horrifying-case-of-bloody-hammers-music-review
  • THE BLACK CAPES - All These Monsters (Music Review)

    a creepy energy that transfers well to the listener. The album opens with a thunderclap, giving way to dark organ under a horror movie style sample, setting the tone for the eerie scenes painted in these tracks. Wamp’s voice alternates between a Peter...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/434-the-black-capes-all-these-monsters-music-review
  • DAVID BAZAN - Blanco (Review)

    Dylan and take his most personal turn in years. "Both Hands" opens in a swirl of bleating electronics that almost mimic horror movie strings before opening up into his lament, "It still feels like / Both hands over my eyes." It's an image of despair,...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/315-david-bazan-blanco-review
  • PUFF PIECES - Mike Andre (Interview)

    What are your thoughts on the current political situation in the US? MA: It is a decadent technicolor maelstrom of profound horror and potential wonder. RF: Can youexpound on the wonder that you see in it? MA: Well, the current breakdown in consensus...

    http://www.1340mag.com/features/311-puff-pieces-mike-andre-interview
  • PRIMAL FEAR - Rulebreaker (Review)

    the verse and lets you relax a little but then speed back up into a crushing chorus. This track could have easily been in a horror movie soundtrack. Rounding this record out is “The Sky isBurning”. This unexpected gem starts off with a beautiful...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/257-primal-fear-rulebreaker-review
  • KING DIAMOND - The Spider's Lullabye (Deluxe Version) (Review)

    the creation of death metal. His solo career, beginning in 1986 with the release of Fatal Portrait, has spawned a series of horror themed metal albums that have set the standards of musicianship and showmanship for the entire metal community. His live...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/186-king-diamond-the-spider-s-lullabye-deluxe-version-review
  • AVATARIUM - The Girl With the Raven Mask (Review)

    has and features some MONSTER drumming. “Hypnotized” takes its name very seriously, boasting a sound that is akin to a horror movie centered on a decrepit amusement park manned by evil carnies. The album’s closer, “The Master Thief,” is a...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/172-avatarium-the-girl-with-the-raven-mask-review
  • SPENCER RADCLIFFE - Looking In (Review)

    was telling my Dad that Daniel Smith was a musical genius and then playing Tri-Danielson!!! (Alpha) for him. The look of horror on his face is forever engrained in my brain… I digress, you did not come here to read my memoirs, you came to read of...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/98-spencer-radcliffe-looking-in-review
  • FRESH SNOW - Won (Review)

    for a pitchy violin. But now I’m just nitpicking.) “Proper Burial” manages to tie an unabashed bass groove and classic horror atmosphere to lyrics and a melody that serve the song well (“You’re either looking for love, or a proper burial.” Don’t...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/13-fresh-snow-won-review

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