Build you own collectible 1" Pin kit
I've had Pennywise on the brain lately. Moreover, I've had the losers there too. Each and every one of them at times remind me of myself, or the friends I grew up with.
I suppose that's what King was trying to do all along...
In honor of the losers, and all of us that they represent, I've created 8 pin designs with the express hope you will share them with your friends. Of course, there is a catch. I'm not releasing these as a set you can buy. I'm releasing them as a DIY kit. If the Losers can dam up the Sandusky and beat Henry Bowers in a rock fight, you can manage creating a few pins.
The design is available below. Simply print, make, and distribute.
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All Ages, 7PM
At long last, Anthology of Terror, Vol. 1 will be seeing a physical release via Dirty Needle Records.
Re-live the terror with this incredibly rare VHS inspired cassette.
Includes Anthology of Terror, Vol. 1 as well as "The Drifter's Warning" and "In the Woods There Is No Law" singles.
Only 420 copies will be made available.
Includes unlimited streaming of Anthology of Terror, Vol. 1 via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
- Limited edition of 420
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Run - Trailer 2 (Axeslasher Spot)
Posted by Daniel Mark Young on Monday, September 19, 2016
Check it out freaks! We're coming at you with another spot on another Horror soundtrack that you won't want to miss. You trusted us with DEATHGASM, and most of you found a new favorite movie. Trust us again, and keep an eye out for RUN, directed by Daniel Mark Young.
RUN will premiere 10/31/2016. Be on the lookout for it at Horror fests everywhere.
RUN was created by Viral Films UK.
I've had this song chambered for a while. I wanted to release it last year. But I've kept it under locks because I felt it would be opportunistic to release a song about killing cops at a time when cops erasing innocent black lives dominated the news cycle. I thought it poor taste. I thought I should save it for an ep and just let my anger subside.
But it keeps fucking happening. Innocent people slain by those sworn to protect them. It's outrageous. It's fucking disgusting. We should all be fucking pissed that no movement towards progress is being made on this front.
Fuck cops. If you're a cop, Axeslasher doesn't want you as a fan.
"In the Woods there is no Law" is a dual perspective narrative playing out form the POV of kids running from the cops and the cops chasing them. Unfortunately for Johnny law, our punk kids know of a horrifying secret in the woods and turn a fucked-up situation into a righteous cacophony of gore and viscera.
Im sick of cops killing innocent people.
This is a song about innocent people turning the tables and killing cops.
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Verse 1 5.0, cheese it! Here come the fucking cops Lead them to the woods and watch the bodies drop Up here, its close! Just past the gaping maw Lose the cops cuz in the woods there is no fucking law!
Pre Chorus 1 Stick with me, i know this place, i’ve been inside before A temple just for torture yeah an altar filled with gore Well leave their bodies stuck here, trapped forevermore When he’s done the world will know there is no fucking god
Chorus Trapped here in these woods! Where there is no Law!
Verse 2 Those kids, i saw them, they’re just around the bend I think its about time we put their party to an end We’ll rough em up and cuff em up just to lock em down We’ll teach those punks a lesson for thrashing in our town!
Stick with me, i know this place, i’ve been here before A scary place of torture yeah an altar filled with gore Those kids they fucking lead us here knowing what’s in store! We’ve got to run! Where’s the windows? Where’s the fucking door?
Chorus Trapped here in these woods! Where there is no Law!
Outro [The wondrous sounds of cops being slaughtered by an undead, chainsaw wielding maniac]
Thanks to Gear Gods, Adrenaline PR, Doc Coyle, Jason Howden, and the rest of the DEATHGASM premier crew for putting up with my shit.
Well, this is one for the history books. At least the 'Slasher books, that is.
From the get go, one of the major goals of the band was to contribute to a horror movie in some way, shape, or form. After a couple of years screwing around with this thing called Axeslasher (good Satan thank you all for your support) I got an email from DEATHGASM director Jason Lei Howden saying he loved the band and would be honored to have our music in his upcoming metal horror comedy called "Deathgasm."
I was excited, but wary. "How good could this movie be if someone is emailing us for music?" I thought, subscribing to the Groucho theory of never wanting to join a club that would have me as a member. I asked for a script and a few moments later received a 20 page treatment that was dripping with punk attitude, snarling like a metal warrior, and funny as all fuck. I immediately signed up and put all of my effort behind promoting our involvement in the movie.
Working with movies is strange. It's really exciting followed but a shit ton of waiting. So much waiting that you honestly kind of wonder if it's ever going to be seen by anyone! But such is Hollywood and our current distribution models. After what seemed like forever and a few negotiations for the soundtrack, DEATHGASM premiered on October 1, 2015 at the Cinemfamily theater as part of Spectrefest.
I fucking love this movie. And I know you will too. Frankly, if you don't like this movie, you're a poser.
Deathgasm is available in select theaters and VOD now. Rent it today!
Deathgasm, the party movie of the year and most metal movie of all time, is out now in theaters and VOD.
Check out deathgasmthemovie.com for showtimes and VOD info. Rent it today, invite all your friends over, get rip-shit fucked-up and have a howling good time.
...When you play a festival like that and you’re an unknown band going on before the sun goes down, you’ve got to do something interesting. There was a suspension group from New Mexico that wanted to be involved with the fest, and claimed they had a guy that could hang for a really long time. I was down — “Lets strap this mother fucker to the lighting rig and he can dangle over the pit!” and that’s exactly what he did...
10. Axeslasher Denver pizza and thrash metal lovers Axeslasher put out a killer album, Anthology of Terror, at the end of 2013 with very positive reviews from the underground metal world. With tongue-in-cheek titles like "Mark of the Pizzagram," Axeslasher vomited up a disgustingly brutal thrash album as sharp and gruesome as Jason Voorhee's machete and Freddy Krueger's claws.
5. Axeslasher – Anthology of Terror Vol. 1 (self-released) If Havok are comic bookish, then Axeslasher are just horror movie/Ninja Turtles-on-meth batshit insane. Gross, loud, completely oozing slime thrash that’s scarier than Leatherface’s chainsaw. I don’t know anyone who had a bad word to say about this album, and I know I’m waiting eagerly for the rest of the anthology. Pizza ‘til you puke, dudes. Extra pepperonis and garlic on mine.
If heavy metal has a character flaw, generally speaking, it's the fact that for a genre that loves the grandiose, the performative and the archetypal so much, it can sometimes take itself way too seriously. That's what makes Anthology of Terror, Vol. 1 from Southern California's Axeslasher such a filthy, refreshing treat. The old-school thrashers are exquisitely self-deprecating, which increases how much fun their debut is a hundredfold. Full of guts, glory, pizza and babes, Axeslasher revel in their own self-caricature and turn it into an art form. Song titles like "Invasion of the Babesnatchers" celebrate the over-the-top nature of their aesthetic, while the music firmly backs it up. The subject matter is inspired by classic horror and gore imagery, which plays up both the camp quality and the violence. The pitch-perfect audio sample on "Woodland Tortuary" bleeds into the deep, dirty groove of the track, while Justin Lascelle's shrieked and spat-out vocals are perfectly unhinged. The riffs are heavy and infectious, the drumming punishing, and the production has just the right touch of old-school thrash grit and grime. It's a tough thing to balance humour with execution, to gently mock while laying waste, and with Anthology of Terror, Axeslasher nail it. via Axeslasher - Anthology of Terror, Vol. 1 • Metal Reviews • exclaim.ca By