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Dead Cross' Church Music Video Is the Best Horror Short of 2017

Dead Cross' Church Music Video Is the Best Horror Short of 2017
Hardcore super group Dead Cross, featuring ex-Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo and Faith No More vocalist Mike Patton, have just released a new video for their song "Church of the Motherf---ers" and it's the best horror short of the year. This is the band's second video off of their debut album and it is an intense look at religion with some harsh undertones of what has been happening in the entertainment industry's sexual misconduct scandals. When a band sounds as brutal as Dead Cross, it's hard to find imagery that heightens that feeling instead of parodying it, and director Michael Panduro has done a perfect job of capturing the pure essence of this type of music.

The Fight Club-themed video for "Church of the Motherf--ers" opens with a quote from German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche, who states, "The influence of a man has never yet grown great without his blind pupils.
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Former Faith No More Singer Died Of Suspected Heroin Overdose

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Ex-Faith No More singer Chuck Mosley died of a heroin overdose -- at least that's what cops suspect after finding syringes next to his body, TMZ has learned. Mosley's body was found last Thursday by a friend and his longtime partner, Pip Logan, in their Cleveland home. Logan told cops she last saw Chuck earlier that day around 11 Am. She and the friend returned just before 8 Pm to find Mosley's lifeless body on the living room floor.
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Former Faith No More Singer Chuck Mosley Passes Away at 57

Former Faith No More Singer Chuck Mosley Passes Away at 57
Sad news for longtime Faith No More fans. Former singer Chuck Mosley, who had reunited with the band in recent years, has passed away. No firm cause of death is being discussed. Though family members did have an interesting thing to say about his untimely demise. They blame his recent passing on addiction. It isn't known if the singer and songwriter succumbed to a drug overdose or alcohol related issues at this time.

Chuck Mosley had spent the past several years living as a sober person. And though he had been fired from Faith No More in the late 80s, the singer did get back together with the iconic band over the past couple of years, after Fnm launched their first new album in over two decades with Sol Invictus, back in 2015.

Mosley passed away late Friday night. His family released the following statement.

"After a long period of sobriety,
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Chuck Mosley, Former Faith No More Singer, Dies at 57

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Chuck Mosley, Former Faith No More Singer, Dies at 57
Chuck Mosley, who sang on Faith No More’s breakthrough hit “We Care a Lot,” died Thursday at age 57, Rolling Stone reports. In a statement provided to Rolling Stone, Mosley’s family said that the vocalist died “due to the disease of addiction.” “After a long period of sobriety, Charles Henry Mosley III lost his life, on November 9th, 2017, due to the disease of addiction,” the family said. “We’re sharing the manner in which he passed, in the hopes that it might serve as a warning or wake up call or beacon to anyone else struggling to fight for sobriety.
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Stephen King's 1922 Trailer Teases Mike Patton's Spooky Score

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Stephen King's 1922 Trailer Teases Mike Patton's Spooky Score
Netflix has just released the first trailer for their adaptation of Stephen King's novella, 1922, which is set to debut next month. Not only does the trailer look creepy, but it also sounds unsettling, thanks to Mike Patton's fantastic soundtrack that recalls a twisted take on a Hitchcock score. In a recent interview to promote the incredibly successful It, King alerted fans that this adaptation was really special and that it really "creeped" him out when he saw the rough cut. The legendary horror author also mentioned that he couldn't stop thinking about it, which is a good indicator since he basically said the same thing about the big screen adaptation if It.

The first trailer for 1922 comes to us courtesy of the official Netflix YouTube account and it is an uncomfortable two and a half minutes to say the least. Adding to the uneasiness is the original score
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Stephen King Was Seriously Creeped Out by Netflix's 1922

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Stephen King Was Seriously Creeped Out by Netflix's 1922
Netflix's 1922 is an adaptation of Stephen King's short novella of the same name from the Full Dark, No Stars collection and the legendary author is claiming that the rough cut that he saw of the movie is "super creepy" and that it "won't leave his mind." Netflix quietly announced that the adaptation of 1922 was underway in November of last year and that the project would be helmed by Zak Hilditch (These Final Hours) and star Thomas Jane (The Punisher, The Mist) and Molly Parker (The Road) with Dylan Schmid, Kaitlyn Bernard, Brian D'Arcy James, and Neal McDonough. The project is apparently near completion and even in the rough-cut stage, it has Stephen King's seal of approval.

Not much has been reported about Netflix's 1922, but King seemed pretty excited to bring it up during a recent interview. King spoke to Yahoo Movies about 1922 as well as the many other
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10 classic Tfi Friday moments, from Shaun Ryder swearing to Freak or Unique

In 1996, Chris Evans and Danny Baker launched a show that would become as synonymous with 1990s as the Spice Girls and Eric Cantona.

Tfi Friday was the perfect show of its time, airing every Friday evening on Channel 4 and featuring as much Britpop and silly anarchic humour as you could ask for.

Ahead of its one-off comeback show this Friday (June 12), Digital Spy has collected just some of the most memorable and hilarious moments from its five years on air.

1. Shaun Ryder says "f**k" on live TV. In front of your mum.

Pity Chris Evans. With a mouth dodgier than the bizarre moustache he was sporting at the time, it was always going to be something of a liability bringing indie music's chief party-monster Shaun Ryder onto a family show that aired at just 6pm.

"If you don't swear tonight, I'll give you my shoes!" promised Evans, only
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Fox News Turns Greg Gutfeld Loose In Sunday-Night Experiment

Come Sunday, Greg Gutfeld will have the opportunity to do something very different at Fox News Channel. He will launch a program that depends as much on humor as it does the headlines.

Gutfeld, who has one of the more eclectic resumes in the business, could blaze new paths at the 21st Century Fox-owned outlet, but he’s not getting ahead of himself. His “Greg Gutfeld Show,” billed as a “comedic news hour,” is something that is not the norm at Fox News or any other cable-news outlet.

“I have a very low bar,” he says during a recent interview. “I don’t want to throw up.” Viewers will get to see if he accomplishes that feat this Sunday at 10 p.m.

Fox News Channel is often the subject of critique by hosts of satirical programs like “The Daily Show.” Now, the network will debut a program that could contain parodies and humorous monologues,
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Icons of Fright’s Writing Mixtape, Part Five: Rebekah McKendry

*Editor’s note: For this fifth entry into the Icons of Fright’s Writing Mixtape series, we’ve partnered with Fangoria Magazine/Killer Pov’s Rebekah McKendry to bring you fright fanatics her go-to jams when it comes to creating various pieces. Check it out and thanks a lot to Rebekah for giving us her list! -Jerry

To fill you on who the heck I am- I’m a staffer at Fangoria. I also write for Shock Till You Drop, FearNet, and anyone else who asks nicely. I co-host the Killer Pov Podcast on Geek Nation, and additionally I’m a horror filmmaker. So when I’m not reviewing films, writing articles, or penning press releases, I’m working out scenes and dialogue.

There is a fine art to creating mixtapes that I never fully grasped. While my 8th grade boyfriend crafted the perfect blend of tunes to encapsulate my pre-teen emotions,
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John Goodman hosts 'Saturday Night Live' for the 13th time: Talk about it here!

John Goodman hosts 'Saturday Night Live' for the 13th time: Talk about it here!
With all the hubbub surrounding Saturday Night Live’s imminent cast addition, it could be easy to forget that there will be a new episode of the show tonight. But SNL does indeed have 90 minutes of new material (minus commercials and wailing from Kings of Leon) to present for our viewing pleasure this evening — and it’s going to be good.

Why do I predict that? Because of this:

And this:

And, of course, this:

In short: It’s crazy — criminal, even — that John Goodman hasn’t hosted an episode of Saturday Night Live since November of 2001.

With 12 stints under his belt,
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Radio 66.6 - Weekly Music News from the Crypt: February 11th, 2013

We're back with another installment of Radio 66.6! This week features the latest news, music, videos and tour dates from the likes of Six Feet Under, The Acacia Strain, Tomahawk, Chimaira, Mindless Self Indulgence and more. Don't touch that dial!

News

Palms will release their self-titled debut album on June 25th via Ipecac Recordings. The group is made up of Deftones frontman Chino Moreno and former Isis members Jeff Caxide, Aaron Harris and Bryant Clifford Meyer.

Melvins will release a covers album titled Everybody Loves Sausages on April 30th via Ipecac Recordings. Details can be found here.

Chimaira have entered Spider Studios in Cleveland, Oh to begin recording their new album. It's due out later this year via eOne Music.

Music

Listen to a new Shai Hulud song titled "Monumental Graves" here. The metalcore group's new album, Reach Beyond the Sun, comes out February 19 via Metal Blade Records.

Listen to a
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Review: Tomahawk's 'Oddfellows,' the rock band's first album in five years

Review: Tomahawk's 'Oddfellows,' the rock band's first album in five years
After years and years as a rock chameleon -- in Fantômas, Mr. Bungle, Faith No More and Tomahawk -- Mike Patton, again, proves himself a master of mic technique on the latter's first album in five years, "Oddfellows." All at once wily, sensual, bonkers and practiced, that voice demands an equally versatile backing and a collaborative spirit to keep Tomahawk fans guessing. Here, Patton grinds down "Oddfellows'" 13 songs with other members of Fantômas and Mr. Bungle, the Jesus Lizard's axeman Duane Denison and Battles drummer John Stanier. The result is a collection worthy of repeat listens, thought it's not always...
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Short Starts: Watch ‘The Hobbit’ Star Martin Freeman in ‘I Just Want to Kiss You’

There’s a great short starring Martin Freeman making the rounds this week, and I recommend watching that two-year-old film, titled The Girl is Mime, when you get the chance. But there’s another short led by the actor that I’d like to showcase this weekend in anticipation of The Hobbit. Way back in 1998, before Freeman was in Sherlock or The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy or Love Actually or even his breakthrough, the original UK version of The Office, he had two small yet notable gigs. One was appearing alongside Doctor Who‘s Shaun Dingwall in Vito Rocco’s music video for Faith No More’s cover of “I Started a Joke.” The other was starring in the 11-minute black and white film I Just Want to Kiss You. Written and directed by Jamie Thraves, best known for music videos he’s helmed for Blur, Radiohead and Coldplay, this
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Antlered Man Interview and Gig Review

Here at Whatculture, we’re always on the lookout for the hottest new bands, and following our review of their debut album earlier this year, we caught up with the guys in Antlered Man a few hours before they took to the stage for the first night of their Villains and Vigilantes tour in the intimate setting of Southampton’s Joiners.

Wc – Hi guys, cheers for coming, can I just get a quick band introduction before we get going?

Sam – I’m Sam, I play bass.

Danny – Danny, I play guitar.

Ollie – Ollie, drums.

Damo – Damo, I’m on vocals. Old dirty Damo, they call me.

Wc – Hahaha, first things first then, the name Antlered Man, where does it come from?

Danny – Well, we wanted something that sounded really formidable and cool. There’s too many clichéd names out there, so we just thought we’d go for something different,

The American Scene – Safe For Now Review.

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

The American Scene are a small time band with big upcoming potential. From Berkeley California, their aspirations and goals were no doubt set high from the beginning due to the history of big names coming from the San Francisco Bay and greater California area such as Faith No More, Journey, Jefferson Starship, Papa Roach and Train. There must be something in the air to produce such individuals to go on to worldwide success, so does it look like The American Scene also carries this potential?

Their recently released album Safe For Now (7th August) is their first full length album which was released under Pure Noise Records. This contains 10 well crafted and powerful tracks which has the potential to be enjoyed by all. Their evident Punk/ Rock/ Pop vocals combined with a slight Indie twist, has a soft vibe yet times where they don’t seem
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After a long hiatus, alt-rock supergroup Tomahawk reunites, readies new album

After six years of relative dormancy, alt-rock supergroup Tomahawk is back with a new record, Oddfellows, to be released next January on Ipecac Records. The band will also be playing its first live shows in nearly a decade with stops at the Voodoo Music And Arts Experience in New Orleans and Austin’s Fun Fun Fun Fest. Tomahawk is comprised of recently ex-Jesus Lizard member Duane Denison, Trevor Dunn (Fantomas, Melvins, Mr. Bungle), Mike Patton (Mondo Cane, Faith No More, Mr. Bungle), and John Stanier (Battles, Helmet). Oddfellows was recorded live, with all the members in one room over six ...
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First Stills From Marcus Nispel’s Horror ‘Backmask’

As a director, Marcus Nispel doesn’t have the best track record. After making his name by directing acclaimed music videos for the likes of Faith No More and Janet Jackson, his movie breakthrough came on the box-office success of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre remake. It was a film I got a huge kick out of (even with my love of Tobe Hooper’s original classic) but I appear to be in the minority. It made enough dosh to make Platinum Dunes a name to make genre fans shudder, going on to rip the heart out of previous glorious titles as A Nightmare On Elm Street, Friday The 13 and The Hitcher.

Nispel on the other-hand, has seen his stock nosedive. His Pathfinder and Conan The Barbarian remake barely made a dent their inflated budgets. He failed to replicate the success of the limb-lopping Leatherface, with the dire Friday The 13th remake,
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Sorry, Adam Lambert fans: Queen reveal Sonisphere 2012 has been cancelled

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Sorry, Adam Lambert fans: Queen reveal Sonisphere 2012 has been cancelled
Turns out bands including Kiss, Queen, Marilyn Manson, Faith No More and The Darkness will not be performing at this year's Sonisphere music festival, as the event has reportedly been cancelled. The source? Queen, slated to perform with "American Idol" alum Adam Lambert, revealed the news via their official website earlier today (though the offending post has since mysteriously disappeared). Further evidence of the cancellation comes from the ticketing section of the official Sonisphere website, which appears to been rendered inactive. "It is with very heavy hearts and much regret that we announce the cancellation of Sonisphere Knebworth 2012," read the...
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Step In Fluid – One Step Beyond Album Review

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

Brainchild of Huran Demiraslan (guitarist and keyboard player for French death metallers Trepalium) and Florent Marcadet (drummer for experimental psyche metallers Klone). Initially spawned out of the pair’s mutual appreciation of Meshuggah, jazz, funk, African rhythms and experimentation within the limits of rock and metal, the two would go on to jam with each other for a number of years before in 2009 deciding to take this jam project and make a band around its ideas.

Step In Fluid was born, picking up the remaining members of mutual friends and fellow experimenters throughout the year before the project began to fully take form with the help of producer Fabien Guilloteau. The culmination of all this work being their debut album One Step Beyond, which sees itself getting its worldwide release this week.

Take one melting pot, pour in an extreme metal past and a penchant for Meshuggah,
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Kiss, Faith No More, Evanescence for Sonisphere Festival

Kiss, Faith No More, Evanescence for Sonisphere Festival
Kiss and Faith No More have been announced as headliners for this year's Sonisphere Festival. The festival takes place at Knebworth Park from July 6-8, with Queen and Adam Lambert previously announced as headliners for the Saturday night. Evanescence, Incubus, The Darkness, Mastodon and The Blackout are also among the bands to be added to the event's lineup. Refused will make their first UK appearance in over 10 years, while Marilyn Manson will also play his only UK gig of 2012. Kiss will headline the festival's opening night, while Faith No More will close proceedings on July 8. Comedian Tim Minchin, Cypress Hill, Andrew Wk, Wolfmother (more)
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