Ice Nine Kills Releases Animated Video For ‘Take Your Pick’

Ice Nine Kills have dropped a brand new video for their homage to the 1980’s valentines day horror film, My Bloody Valentine with their track, ‘Take Your Pick’.

Filled with Easter egg after egg, the murderous miner makes their way through as many characters as he can.

Check out the madness below.

Ice Nine Kills Release New Cinematic Connection Between ‘The Silver Scream 1 & 2’

So if you’ve been living under a rock the last few years, Ice Nine Kills have dropped the fantastic records ‘The Silver Scream’ and ‘Welcome To Horrorwood: The Silver Scream 2’.

Throughout these record cycles, the band have dropped music videos which centred on frontman Spencer Charnas receiving therapy for a series of dreams he was having, which didn’t end well for the doctor.

And in ‘The Silver Scream 2’, a brand new story developed, one where Spencer is under investigation for the murder of his fiancé, but the only evidence is a string of video tapes that cannot nail him as the killer. 

Now, the band have released a new video which connects the two records and their stories, serving as the conclusion of the narrative of one and kick off the narrative of the other. 

‘Your Number’s Up’, which was their homage to the 90’s meta comedy horror Scream which is a fantastic video which pushes the boundaries of what has come before.

Check out the video for ‘Your Number’s Up’ below.

Ice Nine Kills Channel Their Inner Resident Evil For ‘Rainy Day’

Ice Nine Kills have dropped a new zombie-filled music video for their latest release of ‘Rainy Day’.

Inspired by Resident Evil, it’s the latest cut from their upcoming new album ‘The Silver Scream 2: Welcome To Horrorwood’, which is set for release on 15th October 2021 and features guest spots from Jacoby Shaddix, Corpsegrinder, Brandon Saller, Buddy Nilsen and Ryan Kirby.

Frontman Spencer Charnas shares: “In the latest slice from our upcoming album, ‘Welcome To Horrorwood’, we pay tribute to the zombified world of, RESIDENT EVIL. Brutal and Bouncy, ‘Rainy Day’ takes you on an intense journey to find what’s really creeping in the dark…”

Check it out below.

Senses Fail Release New Single: ‘Death By Water’ Feat. Spencer Carnas Of Nice Nine Kills

Senses Fail have today dropped the brilliant new single “Death By Water” via Pure Noise Records. The song, which features Spencer Carnas of Ice Nine Kills, is the band’s first new music offering since 2018.

Speaking on the themes and origin of their latest release, Buddy Nielsen comments:

“The song is named after a section of the poem Wasteland by T.S. Elliot and pulls references from the section. Personally, it is about the struggle of entering the dark night of the soul with regard to becoming a father. In many traditions, there is anecdote and mythology pertaining to the journey of ego death or death and rebirth of a certain time in one’s life. When you become a parent your single self dies and you become eternally linked to life, there is a letting go of the person you once were to become a parent. There was a level of loss I felt having to let go of who I was previously and step into a role that I didn’t feel fully comfortable in. I was blindly jumping into the unknown and this is what this song talks about. Death by water can have the inverse motif of birth and cleansing. When someone is baptized in Christianity they are reborn in the eye of God. I use the theme of death by water as a rebirth in the eye of “God”; God being my child, and me being reborn as their parent.” 

Expanding on the track’s imagery Nielsen adds 

“This song represents the descent into the underworld where I am to meet with the soul of my departed grandmother. The entrance into the underworld is always marked by a crossing of water or submersion into water and into a lower plane of existence. ‘Death By Water’ is specifically about the journey of my soul through the plane of existence into the underworld.

Check out the video for ‘Death By Water’ below.

Ice Nine Kills Share New Track, ‘Hip To Be Scared’

Horror faves Ice Nine Kills have shared a new track, ‘Hip TO Be Scared’, inspired by the 2000, American Psycho.

The title is a play on the track released in 1986 by Huey Lewis And The News, ‘Hip To Be Square’, played during the films infamous scene.

The track also features Jacoby Shaddix of Papa Roach where it is the lead single of the bands eagerly awaited sixth record, ‘The Silver Scream 2: Welcome To Horrorwood’, the follow-up to their 2018 record, ‘The Silver Scream’.

Check out ‘Hip To Be Scared’ below.

A video for the track is set premiere at 7PM UK time today.

More details on ‘The Silver Scream 2: Welcome To Horrorwood’ is expected soon.

Check Out Ice Nine Kills Cover Of ‘Stacey’s Mom’

Back in 2020, Horror themed band Ice Nine Kills played a livestream which was put on by their label, Fearless Records.

On the stream, the band performed a version of the Fountains Of Wayne track ‘Stacey’s Mom’ with their own little twist.

The cover track where they use inspiration from Friday The 13th is now available on all streaming services for you to listen to right now!

Check out ‘Jason’s Mom’ below.

Sullivan King Has Teamed Up With Ice Nine Kills Spencer Charnas For New Track

Sullivan King has dropped his new track since signing to Hopeless Records and there’s a huge artist featuring on it!

‘Venomous’ is a exploration into the energy SK emits with the balance of EDM and Rock giving of massive hooks where Ice Nine Kills’ Spencer Charnas along for the ride. 

It’s one huge track that they couldn’t be more proud of as the artist explains:

“I couldn’t be more stoked to be releasing a song that really sits outside of what people are used to hearing from me. It’s the first track of mine that breaks away from a regular dance record and embraces the embodiment of a loud as fuck rock record. This is also the first record I got to crush with the legend John Feldmann, he seriously is such a beast. Big love to Spencer from INK for jumping on this one too!!”

Check it out below.

Ice Nine Kills Covers Elvis Presley’s ‘Can’t Help Falling In Love’

Back in October 2020, Ice Nine Kills had a livestream session event called ‘The Silver Stream, where between the live footage of the story they told, well at the end when the credits rolled, the band covered Elvis Presley iconic track, ‘Can’t Help Falling In Love’.

The cover has now been fully released anddddd a video to go with it!

He had this to say about it:

“I’ve always been a big Elvis fan so the idea of taking this classic and splattering it with some signature INK bloodshed struck me as a match made in hell!”

Hyro The Hero Releases New Track Feat. Spencer Charnas (Ice Nine Kills)

Hyro The Hero has a brand new track out into the world and…. there’s some guest vocals which you’ll love.

‘Regeneration Generation’ is a solid track of new hard rock which features the the fantastic vocals of Ice Nine Kills’ very own Spencer Charnas.

On the track, Hyro says:

“‘Retaliation Generation’ is a great song that represents the style of music I have come to be known for. Having Spencer sing the hook and Matt Good on production blasted this track into ‘anthem’ territory. I think this song captures the emotion of what this generation feels in this crazy time we are living in. It’s full on attack mode right from the beginning it’s such a great feeling when an artist like Spencer helps take a song like this to the next level. I want anybody who listens to this song to be a voice. Stand up for what you believe in.”

And Charnas adds:

“All I kept hearing from my people is how sick Hyro the Hero is, so I checked him out at The Viper Room, and it reminded me of the first time I saw Rage Against the Machine,” Charnas recalls about his first experience with Hyro. “It was just off-the-chain, unbridled energy and I knew I wanted to be a part of it, and was lucky enough to be asked.

“I think with everything going on in the last several years, our generation is holding people accountable. It’s a movement in terms of a ‘You ain’t getting away with this shit anymore.’ It’s a battle cry “I think it’s got such a cool overall message of not letting trials and tribulations of the world get you down. I think people can be their own worst enemy, and this is a song of empowerment. You can fight for what you believe in. It’s up to you to put up or shut up.”

Check out the track below.

Check Out The Trailer For Ice Nine Kills ‘The Silver Stream’

If you haven’t had your horror fix for the month yet then you’re in luck! Ice Nine Kills are here to deliver their Silver Stream experience with their online event.

It’s taking place on 29th October 2020 with frontman Spencer Charnas saying:

“The only thing scarier than the horror that has been 2020 will be The Silver Stream. Don’t miss the event of the spooky season hosted by the one and only Bill Moseley.”

It’s follow an original horror film storyline where it will feature a 19 track live set by Ice Nine Kills integrated throughout. Filmed at their sold-out Worcester Palladium hometown show, it’s definitely going to make for a thrilling experience.

Check out the trailer below.