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This month’s new Hymns From the House of Horror track is now up! Click here to collect your free download of an epic, exclusive-to-RM song called “Amaranth” from stoner rock sweethearts Windhand. Burn one if ya got one…
And remember, we do this every month. Check out the full review of Windhand’s self-titled album (which you can stream in full here) in the June issue of RM#123, but the only place you’ll find “Amaranth” is in the loving cyber-tentacles of rue-morgue.com.
Ready to build a new audio monster? The third installment of our free downloadable music compilation, Hymns From the House of Horror, kicks off today with the first of (at least) eleven curated horror cuts – including exclusive tracks, previously unreleased oddities and sneak peeks – to be rolled out one at a time for each issue of Rue Morgue’s 2012 publishing schedule. As has been custom, these tracks will only be available for a limited time so get ‘em while the gettin’s good, as they say…
Just a fiendly reminder, my procrastinating pals, that this year’s free downloadable album of terror tunes, Hymns From the House of Horror Vol. II, is only available ’til THIS SUNDAY, JULY 31 – after that…it’s gone forever! Just look at the photos past the jump (or as I like to call them, Exhibits A through I). The mind reels at the unearthly racket such, uh…characters might be capable of. And there’s more. Twenty artists lent us 20 cuts, including RM exclusives, rarities and remixes.
Ten thousand people can’t be wrong – download it now.
Risking life and limb, we recently approached intergalactic refugees GWAR about contributing a track to the second installment of Rue Morgue Radio’s Hymns From the House of Horror (available May 1), cleverly titled Hymns From the House of Horror II. After swooning lead singer Oderus Urungus with a pitch that went something like: “We would love to promote your scraps and mutually benefit from their otherwise utterly worthless appeal,” the lead Scumdog agreed to let us feature an epic number from the band’s latest gory opus, Bloody Pit of Horror, so long as we let them torture, humiliate and otherwise psychologically traumatize one of our interns. The quandary proved time-consuming and difficult.