What movies are Horrorwood based on?

‘Hip To Be Scared’ based on American Psycho, was a good introduction to The Silver Scream 2: Welcome To Horrorwood, as it doesn’t deviate too far from the OG The Silver Scream, in terms of sound and execution (pun intended.)

What horror movies is the Silver Scream 2 based on?

The band combines horror and music in a more coherent and theatrical way on the 14-track follow up of their 2018 album, “The Silver Scream.” The singles gave fans a glimpse of “Welcome to Horrorwood: The Silver Scream 2” with songs like “Funeral Derangements” (Pet Sematary) and “Rainy Day” (Resident Evil).

Which Ice Nine Kills song is based on Scream?

Some examples of the source material are; A Nightmare on Elm Street (“The American Nightmare”), Friday the 13th (“Thank God It’s Friday”), and The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (“Savages”)….

The Silver Scream
Label Fearless
Producer Drew Fulk
Ice Nine Kills chronology

Where is Ice Nine Kills from?

Boston, MAIce Nine Kills / Origin

Why did everyone leave Ice Nine Kills?

In mid-2009, Schwartz decided to leave the band after struggling with life on the road, leaving Charnas as the only original member. Charnas then recruited former members of the Rochester NY based post-hardcore band Remember Tomorrow which had recently disbanded and stopped playing rhythm guitar.

What horror movie is a grave mistake based on?

The Crow
In advance of the release, the Boston post-hardcore act has teamed up with Heavy Consequence to premiere a cinematic video for the track “A Grave Mistake”, a song inspired by the film The Crow.

What movie is merry AXE Mas about?

A sixth video was also released, though this one takes place in Christmas of 1993, when Charnas was a child and celebrating Christmas Day with his parents (“Merry Axe-Mas”)….

The Silver Scream
Genre Metalcore heavy metal post-hardcore
Length 49:43
Label Fearless
Producer Drew Fulk

How did Ice Nine Kills get their name?

Their band name is derived from the fictional substance ice-nine from the novel Cat’s Cradle by Kurt Vonnegut.