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Interview Composer Tim Williams – Brightburn

For this special episode of Horror News Radio (in partnership with Gruesome Music), join Christopher G. Moore and Doc Rotten as they discuss the music behind BRIGHTBURN with the film’s composer Tim Williams. In this not to be missed interview, Tim shares the behind the scenes challenges and rewards of composing the music for a […]

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Suldusk’s Lunar Falls Is An Ethereal Dark Trip

Gruesome Music-Where Rock and Horror Meet. That’s the title and tagline of our new venture here at Gruesome Magazine. But what is horror? The word Gruesome denotes bloody, scary, and macabre, but not all horror is gruesome right? What are some of the other types of horror? Creepy, spooky, ethereal? That’s where the band Suldusk […]

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New Years Day Impesses With Their Latest Release – ‘Unbreakable’

New Year’s Day is a female fronted alternative rock/metal band from Anaheim, California. These guys have been around since 2005 and  gained traction of a fan-base via social media in 2006 with their self-titled EP. In 2007 they followed up with their album My Dear, which had more of a pop-punk sound. The metal sound […]

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Cold Kingdom Is Back With A New Singer, A New Album And A New Video For ‘A New Disaster’

Having been banging around the metal scene since 2014 – Minneapolis based rockers Cold Kingdom had quickly earned a reputation as a solid, crowd-pleasing act. They spent a few years opening for some of the biggest names on the metal circuit but 2018 brought a bit of road bump as their lead singer decided to […]

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Hollywood Vampires Release New Song – Announce New Album – ‘Rise’

Since the band’s debut in 2015 – Hollywood Vampires have made some serious noise on the metal scene. Makes sense seeing that three of the United States biggest stars form the band. Being fronted by Alice Cooper, having Joe Perry handling lead guitar duties and rhythm guitar duties handled by none other than film legend […]

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LOVESICK RADIO Has A New Single And It’s Destined To Become A Sing A Long Favorite – Check Out ‘Bloodshot Eyes’

Rockers LoveSick Radio have been making some noise since their debut single caught peoples attention and made it into the Billboard Top 50 – since then they’ve been playing live – hitting festivals and opening for some of the biggest acts on the road. Now they are back with a new single – destined to […]

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Vintage, from Witherfall, an Acoustic Ode to Heartbreak

Witherfall is a dark melodic metal band from Los Angeles. With this new EP entitled “Vintage,” they draw inspiration from 1990’s MTV and craft a mostly acoustic album. Sadly, “Vintage” does not fall into the wheelhouse of my musical taste. However, with that being said Witherfall and their music definitely have an audience as the […]

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With Howdilly Twodilly, Okilly Dokilly Continue Perfecting “Nedal” Music

Okilly Dokilly, a metalcore band out of Phoenix Arizona, are the originators of “Nedal” music, a subgenre of metal themed around the Simpsons character Ned Flanders. Yes, you read that correctly. For those who don’t know, Ned Flanders is the Simpsons goody-two-shoes neighbor who is a God-fearing, religious, no-swearing, everything-is-great person. So, what’s the exact […]

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Bloody Noses and Hand Grenades, the Darkly Entertaining debut from Dead Girls Corp

Hollywood-based rock band Dead Girls Corp has released their debut 12 track album, Bloody Noses and Hand Grenades. A distinctive rock band with influences of new wave, post-punk, goth, and industrial with lyrics that are sometimes dark, but always entertaining. If this band isn’t on your radar, I suggest you change that immediately. The band […]