'The Silver Scream 2: Welcome To Horrorwood' is SO close.
Another piece of Ice Nine Kills' new album 'The Silver Scream 2: Welcome To Horrorwood' is here, and it is the most bludgeoning one yet.
The track is called 'Funeral Derangements' and is the band delving into the dark story of Pet Sematary, with absolutely monolithic breakdowns, destructive vocal performances and a truly desolated atmosphere. It's INK at their most playful and punishing and it is a fucking delight in every sense.
Plus, "The wrath of God lays beneath this soil" is the hardest mosh call of the year by a country mile.
And then once more, we have to talk about the video. Featuring appearances from Miko Hughes, child star of the original 1989 version of Pet Sematary, and Badflower's Josh Katz, it is as pitch black and bloody as the band have ever got. A genuine triumph and milestone in their career, both musically and visually.
Plus it adds that little bit more to the unfolding story that holds this new era together.
Get stuck into it below:
'The Silver Scream 2: Welcome To Horrorwood' drops next Friday (October 15) via Fearless Records.
It will also feature 'Rainy Day':
'Assault & Batteries':
And 'Hip To Be Scared':
Ice Nine Kills are on the cover of Rock Sound this month! You can pick up a copy, and some exclusive merch, from right HERE