WARNING: Uncut (and edited) Versions of Ice Nine Kills Premiere of “Welcome To Horrorwood” Music Video

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Ice Nine Kills have released both censored and uncensored versions of the music video for their song "Welcome To Horrorwood".

The body count continues to rise today as the next chapter in the Horrorwood saga is unleashed from overlords of slashercore, Ice Nine Kills.
The arrival of brand new music video for the title track from their chart-topping album, 'The Silver Scream 2: Welcome To Horrorwood' heralds the latest installment in the gore-soaked slasher franchise that began in 2018 with the announcement of their album 'The Silver Scream'.

Speaking on the latest display of psychotically gratuitous gore and violence, Vocalist for the Horror-loving melodic metalcore quintet, Spencer Charnas commented "Keep children and the elderly far away from this video."

Official Music Video followed by the UNCENSORED CUT!! 

Daughtry & Lzzy Hale's new Journey cover is Masterfully Magnificent! Hear it and MORE here!

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For the 40th Anniversary of the release of Journey's hugely popular "Separate Ways (World's Apart)" single, Daughtry released an incredible cover of this song featuring Lzzy Hale. It's a GREAT duet. (Be sure to listen for it on The Blitz!) Check out actual studio recording clips and images from Lzzy below, along with the official lyric video!

"Chris Daughtry and I have been threatening to unleash a duet for years. What better way to do that than by paying tribute to one of our mutual influences.... JOURNEY! This song is not only part of the Stranger Things soundtrack, but has been my go-to for karaoke for as long as i can remember! I'm so honored to have been a part of this and I hope it makes you smile as big as I did while recording it!" - Lzzy Hale.

"I've always loved the song and I was wanting to do a classic cover and my wife and I were watching Stranger Things season finale and there's this incredibly intense scene and "Separate Ways" was a big part of this scene. It was so moving just the way it was used, it felt so cool and epic and I was immediately like "THIS is the one! We have to cover this song. Then I was like "how can we make this extra special? What if it was a duet? What if we got LZZY on it!!?? Needless to say I was pumped she said yes and I absolutely love how it turned out" - Chris Daughtry.

Important Message From Sonic Temple...

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Be sure to listen to The Blitz for all of the Details as they roll out...

"We can't wait to reveal what's in store for you at Sonic Temple 2023 🤘 ALL fans who are registered for our pre-sale will receive guaranteed first access to passes before the public.

Pre-sale will begin Wednesday at 10am EST, and the only way to access it is to make sure you're signed up https://sonictemplefestival.com/

LAYAWAY will be available during the presale & public on sale!

⚠️ IMPORTANT ⚠️ All remaining passes after the pre-sale has ended will be on-sale to the public on Friday, January 13th, pending availability. Each price level has an allotted amount of passes available so remember... the earlier you buy the more you save! NOTE – Field GA and VIP passes WILL go fast, and there will only be 300 total RV camping spaces available. If you're ready to rock the field or, roll in to camp this Memorial Day weekend, be prepared to be the FIRST in line on Wednesday!" 

Slick Video Visualization of the Top Grossing U.S. Movies, from 1976 to 2022

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Data Is Beautiful did a video timeline of the highest grossest movies, from 1976 to 2022. "The Godfather", "Jaws", and "Star Wars" dominated until 1982, when "E.T." hit #1 and stayed there until 1997, when it was passed by "Titanic"

"Titanic" held on until 2010 when director James Cameron topped himself with "Avatar", which remained at the top.

(Here's the video. The numbers adjust according to inflation.) 

Thanks to https://www.youtube.com/@DataIsBeautifulOfficial/videos

Foo Fighters Will Continue as "a Different Band" without Taylor Hawkins

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Foo Fighters will continue to make music after the passing of their drummer Taylor Hawkins. But they'll be a, quote, "different band going forward."

In a statement, they said, quote, "As we say goodbye to the most difficult and tragic year that our band has ever known, we are reminded of how thankful we are for the people that we love and cherish most . . .

"And for the loved ones who are no longer with us. Without Taylor, we never would have become the band that we were . . . we know that when we see you again, and we will soon, he'll be there in spirit with all of us every night."

Foo Fighters celebrated Hawkins with a pair of tribute concerts held in Los Angeles and London in September. The star-studded shows both ended with the Foos performing with a variety of guest drummers.

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