UPDATE: SOLD OUT!
Stay tuned to this space for the August T-Shirt of the Month.
The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets Tentacular T-Shirt of the Month
This design is offered for the month of July 2011 ONLY!
$30 includes: shipping to anywhere; Ladies or Mens (unisex) size; S-5XL*
Black front print on the following shirt colours: White; Athletic Grey; Green; Red; Light Blue; Pink; Military Green (unisex only); Stone Blue (unisex only); Orchid (light purple – ladies only).
*colours limited in 3XL-5XL for unisex. Nothing above 2XL in ladies sizes. Shirt is Gildan 5000 (100% cotton 8.9-ounce) and Gildan 640L (Ladies’ Softstyle Junior Fit 7.5-oz, 100% cotton ring spun jersey knit)
Allow 3 weeks for delivery (these are custom made for YOU!)
Good news everyone! If you’re in Hollywood Aug 11-18 you can see Mike Jackson’s video for The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets‘ “20 Minutes of Oxygen” at the Hollyshorts Film Festival, screened in HD! HollyShorts is an organization devoted to showcasing the best and brightest short films from around the globe, advancing the careers of filmmakers through screenings, networking events, awards, and various panels and forums. The HollyShorts Film festival showcases the top short films produced 30- minutes or less, as well as special alumni feature film screenings. The 7th Annual HollyShorts Film Festival takes place August 11-18, 2011 in Hollywood. Go to hollyshorts.com for more info
It’s May 1 as I write this and that means you can now download Rue Morgue Radio’s Hymns of Horror II compilation absolutely free for 2 months.
This, of course, includes our much-anticipated track “Shhh….” also available to play on Rock Band
Click http://www.rue-morgue.com/hymnsII.php to download 20 songs by 20 artists, including The Creeping Cruds, The Young Werewolves, Black Moth Super Rainbow and many more!
Rue Morgue releases Hymns From the House of Horror Vol. II
Toronto, CANADA – Do you have an ear for fear? RUE MORGUE RADIO, the world’s premiere horror in culture and entertainment broadcast, returns this week with HYMNS FROM THE HOUSE OF HORROR VOL. II, an all-new free downloadable music compilation featuring 80 minutes of exclusive tracks, previously unreleased oddities, sneak peeks and killer cuts from the cream of the horror music crop, including GWAR, The Other, Blood Ceremony, Timber Timbre, Calabrese, The Brains and 14 others. Hymns From the House of Horror Vol. II will be released exclusively through www.Rue-Morgue.com and available for a limited time from May 1 thru July 31, 2011.
“With the success of the first Hymns comp under our belt, we were really able to attract some of the horror genre’s biggest bands this time around,” explains RM’s Associate Editor, Trevor Tuminski. “If you’re a horror fan, you owe it to yourself to discover some bands that I guarantee will be your new favourites, not to mention that a lot of these songs are previously unreleased and not available anywhere else.”
This Sunday, May 1, at 12:01 a.m., listeners will be able to check out the bands, link to their websites and download the entire Hymns from the House of Horror Vol. II compilation free, complete with printable album artwork and original grindhouse movie trailers created by staffers.
Readers of Rue Morgue magazine will also be able to access a four-page feature article spotlighting each of the contributing artists and bands, exploring the origins of each track’s conception, in Rue Morgue Issue #111 May 2011 featuring a cover story on cult filmmaker John Waters.
Hymns From the House of Horror Vol. II comes at the heels of Rue Morgue’s hugely popular original music compilation – downloaded more than 20,000 times in just three months – and will benefit from an intensive media campaign through Rue Morgue Magazine, Rue Morgue Radio and Rue Morgue’s social networks and affiliate media partners.
The free compilation will also be the focus of targeted promotional campaign at select Rue Morgue events, including the Rue Morgue Festival of Fear National Horror Expo (August 25 – 28, 2011), monthly CineMacabre Movie Nights series, and the upcoming Honey & Locusts: An Intimate Evening With Corpusse (Friday, April 29 at Wrong Bar, Toronto).
Hymns From the House of Horror Vol. II tracklisting:
1. The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets – Shhh…
2. GWAR – Zombies, March!
3. Corpusse – Blood Will Have Blood
4. Kill Murder Killers
5. Black Moth Super Rainbow – Born on a Day the Sun Didn’t Rise
6. Memphis Morticians – 13 O’Clock Rock
7. Kreeps – You Can’t Give Me Anything
8. Spooklight feat. Ryan Lindsey – Suck Me
9. Zombies of the Dead
10. RAMMER – A Questionable Obsession with the Recently Deceased
11. Timber Timbre – Bad Ritual
12. The von Drats – Phantom Chop
13. The Crypt Club – Crushed
14. The Young Werewolves – Wrong Turn
15. Day of the Rocks
16. The Mission Creeps – Monster
17. Calabrese – Violet Hellfire
18. The Other – Can’t Stop the Monster Kids
19. The Creeping Cruds – Get Up and Kill
20. Murder on the Gondola
21. So Sick Social Club feat. Madchild – Birthday
22. Squid Lid – Tongue Sandwich (Water Creature Remix)
23. The Brains – Screaming
24. Blood Ceremony – Oliver Haddo
For more information visit Rue-Morgue.com and the Hymns II Facebook page.
For media inquiries, please contact Trevor Tuminski – Trevor@rue-morgue.com
Good news, everyone! Rue Morgue Radio is releasing another free, downloadable compilation album, and this one features a track by The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets that we are keeping secret for now (no, you won’t find this track on any other CD).
“Last year’s Hymns From the House of Horror was so much fun to stitch together that we decided to try our monstrous hand at it again! On this second volume, we’ve gathered 20 skull-knockin’ cuts – some previously unreleased, some rare, some sneak peeks – from a host of horror bands, spliced them together with trailers for imaginary grindhouse movies we’d surely love to see, and are offering it as a free download. Complete with printable album artwork, Hymns From the House of Horror II will only be available from Rue-Morgue.com at the stroke of midnight on May 1, 2011 until July 31, 2011. After that, it’s gone forever!”
Additionally, The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets will be featured in a related article of the May issue of Rue Morgue. Pick it up at your local news stand or order it direct from rue-morgue.com