Track Listing 1) Son Of Frankenstein 2) Drink Of Your Blood 3) The Tingler 4) Carnival Of Souls 5) Violent Side 6) Paranormal 7) Grindhouse Ride 8) Wolfsbane 9) Bride To Be 10) Evil Dead 11) Teenage Homicide 12) Equilibrium 13) Giant Monsters 14) Beware 15) Mr. Brooks 16) Wretched I Am 17) Chainsaw Continue reading →
As I have mentioned on the Facebook page for The Deadhouse I have been planning on starting reviews of the critically acclaimed Telltale Games version of The Walking Dead. Since I will be starting with Season Two of the game, I wanted to do a little background for those of you have never had the opportunity to see or hear about Season One of the game.
Hot on the heels of my reviews of Argyle Goolsby‘s two solo efforts, A Dream Not Quite Remembered and Under The Witness Stars, I have been given the privilege of conducting an interview with the man himself. As I’ve mentioned before, Goolsby, along with his former cohort T.B. Monstrosity were responsible for Blitzkid, the band that turned me into a horrorpunk fan. While most people (rightfully) point to The Misfits as the kings of the genre, many will also claim that Blitzkid were the ones who perfected it. From their formation in 1997 all the way through their disbanding in 2012, I will argue that no one did it better.
Following their farewell tour in 2012, the band went their separate ways. Argyle Goolsby chose to stay with the genre, releasing the two aforementioned solo EPs, as well as a 7″ split with fellow West Virginian horrorpunks The Big Bad. Now, as we approach the 2014 edition of Ghouls Night Out, Goolsby has just unveiled his new project, known as Silent Horror. I was given the opportunity to trade emails with the man to discuss horrorpunk, horror movies, his solo work and the upcoming debut.
So, without further ado, here is the interview with one of the most influential men in the world of horrorpunk, Argyle Goolsby! Continue reading →
While the horrorpunk genre is certainly one bonded with the underground, there is definitely no shortage of bands within it. And as with any genre, whether it be music, film, literature or anything really, there are obviously good ones and ones that aren’t so good. Thankfully, our beloved genre of music has more good than bad. And one of those great bands is Ohio’s own The Suicide Ghouls. Continue reading →