BEYOND FRIGHT: Song Of The Week – Strapping Young Lad: “Love?”

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April marks the 10 year anniversary of Icons Of Fright and we’re doing all sorts of fun things to celebrate! That includes bringing back some columns from the past and one that I always enjoyed doing was the “Song Of The Week” bit. Nothing too fancy. I just liked to share one rockin’ tune first […]

ICONS OF FRIGHT PRESENTS ROB G.’S TOP 5 SDTKS OF 2013!

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Ya know what? I love soundtracks. And one of the (many) things that sets our beloved horror genre apart from other genres of film is the ambitious and radical music that usually accompanies our fright filled movies. 2013 was a strong, strong year for horror, but more than anything, there was a huge resurgence in […]

Beyond Fright – “I Was At Nirvana Unplugged…”

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“I Was At Nirvana: Unplugged…” I’ve got a confession to make. When I was about 17 years old, I was at MTV’s live taping of Nirvana’s now legendary Unplugged performance. I didn’t realize at the time just how important this gig would end up being, both for the band and for pop culture music history […]

BEYOND FRIGHT: Song Of The Week – Dwight Twilley Band “Looking For The Magic”

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There is nothing quite like discovering your new favorite song when watching a movie. It’s a little added bonus that you weren’t expecting, and in all honesty how I’ve come to discover & love a good majority of the music I listen to today. So this past Thursday when I went to the midnight showing […]

Beyond Fright: Brand New Lyric Video For Ex-Misfits’ Guitarist DOYLE’s “Valley of Shadows”

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Little known secret: I’m a huge Misfits fan. I worship the Danzig-era, equally dig the Michale Graves-era and downright want to vomit at the present day incarnation of the band (if you would call it that), but yeah, Misfits forever for me. So, imagine my surprise when out of nowhere, ex-Misfits guitarist, Doyle Wolfgang Von […]

Beyond Fright: Full NIN Lollapalooza Performance!!

Earlier this year, Nine Inch Nails head honcho Trent Reznor surprised fans with the announcement that he had been secretly recording a brand new NIN album, Hesitation Marks (due September 3rd from Columbia Records), and that NIN would be back full on again. Soon after, Reznor teamed up with filmmaker David Lynch for the first […]

Fright Exclusive Interview with Atreyu’s “Big Dan” Jacobs!!

Orange County’s Atreyu bursted onto the metal-core scene in 1998, releasing independent ep’s until they were signed by legendary hardcore record label Victory Records in 2001 and eventually releasing their debut full length, Suicide Notes and Butterfly Kisses the following year. Though Suicide Notes did a good job recruiting an impressive fan base, it was […]

BEYOND FRIGHT: Song Of The Week – DANZIG “How The Gods Kill”

I know, I know. I’m neglected this column and it’s been ages since I’ve shared with you faithful readers a rockin’ tune to kick off your weekend properly. But thankfully, the power of “random play” combined with being stuck in tons of commuter traffic have offered the inspiration behind today’s submission. Besides, I just realized […]