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Hillhaven (Members Of Ice Nine Kills & From Ashes To New) Drops “Gaps”

Hillhaven—a new supergroup of talent comprised of vocalist Chris Kelly (Alustrium, formerly Galactic Empire), drummer Maty Madiro (From Ashes To New), guitarist Ricky Armellino (Ice Nine Kills), guitarist Jimmy Bennett (From Ashes To New), and bassist Jaime GoWell—has unleashed a studio performance-style music video for their latest single, “Gaps.” “This song was quite literally the conception of Hillhaven,” vocalist Chris Kelly shares in a press release. “I had originally written it for another project, but when that didn’t work out, I sent it to Maty [Madiro, drums] and almost immediately, the conversation became one about starting something new. The thought… Read more »


Ice Nine Kills and In This Moment Announce 2024 Kiss Of Death Tour 

Following a thrilling Kiss Of Death Tour run in 2023 with Avatar and New Years Day, Ice Nine Kills and In This Moment are bringing their co-headlining tour into 2024 with their Kiss Of Death Tour Part 2. The tour, which kicks off on August 6, will once again welcome Avatar as support. “The Kiss of Death tour with our friends, In This Moment, last year was one for the books…” Ice Nine Kills frontman Spencer Charnas shares. “We’re excited to continue the body count this summer when we do it all over again, only bigger, bloodier and without being… Read more »


Ice Nine Kills Announce ‘The Silver Scream’ Immersive Novel

Prepare to delve even deeper into the haunting world of Ice Nine Kills‘ acclaimed 2018 studio album, The Silver Scream. Introducing the bone-chilling companion book, ‘The Silver Scream,’ which takes you behind the scenes of a true-crime tragedy drenched in blood, masterminded by the rockstar murderer and Ice Nine Kills vocalist, Spencer Charnas. Freshly unearthed, this book is a macabre blend of autopsy and grisly director’s “cut,” peeling back the layers to expose the twisted mind of America’s celluloid-obsessed criminal. Renowned television reporter and masterful storyteller Roy Merkin, honored with the prestigious Bayonet Award, possesses the private journals of the… Read more »


Ice Nine Kills’ guitarist, Dan Sugarman, Exits Tour To Focus On Health

As Ice Nine Kills have kicked off their UK and European tour with Metallica, which will be followed up by the group’s own headline Wurst Vacation Tour, the scream team’s guitarist Dan Sugarman has made the difficult decision to step away from the band for the moment. In a statement Sugarman shared on his social media, he explains, “I don’t really know how to do this, I don’t really know how to say this. All I know is that I wouldn’t be living my dream day in and day out if it wasn’t for you. And believe me when I… Read more »


News Flashes 09.08.22: The Passing of Queen Elizabeth, The New Glass Onion Trailer, and a Nine Inch Nails Fan Day

— Today we talk about the passing on Queen Elizabeth II, the new teaser trailer for Glass Onion, and the Nine Inch Nails Fan Day. — Queen Elizabeth II Dies at 96 Queen Elizabeth II died today at the age of 96, after reigning for 70 years. A statement made by Buckingham Palace said that she died “peacefully.” Her family was called to her side after doctors expressed concern for her health. The Queen made history as the longest reigning monarch in the UK’s history and the second longest serving monarch in global history. To put it into perspective, she… Read more »


Ozzy Croons And Moons, Manson Rocks With Private Parts, Killswitch Kill At Ozzfest Stop – Review

Ozzy crooned, mooned and squirted his water guns, Disturbed bellowed, and Marilyn Manson vamped it up, but Ozzfest has always been just as much about the lesser-known acts, and Sunday’s show was no exception. Though bands like Kilgore, Pushmonkey and the perhaps aptly named No One have proven that Ozzfest exposure alone won’t make you famous, second-stage alumni System of a Down and Slipknot can attest that it certainly doesn’t hurt. Killswitch Engage’s potential spot in the Slipknot category seemed all but assured even before they appeared at Dallas’ Smirnoff Music Centre. Even though it was only the second show… Read more »

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