ICE NINE KILLS AND HEAVY CONSEQUENCE PREMIERE CHILLING VIDEO FOR A GRAVE MISTAKE
NEW ALBUM THE SILVER SCREAM OUT VIA FEARLESS RECORDS ON OCTOBER 5
BAND TO EMBARK ON BUSY SLATE OF PROMO EVENTS FOR THE ALBUM
Toronto, ON – September 21, 2018 –Ice Nine Kills and Heavy Consequence have teamed up to premiere the chilling new video for A Grave Mistake. Watch it here.
“For the third installment of The Silver Scream, we continue to follow the story of my therapist as his suspicions about my homicidal activity grow stronger,” singer Spencer Charnas told Heavy Consequence. “In this clip entitled, A Grave Mistake, we learn more about the dark double life that I lead and in the process pay homage to the 1994 horror/action classic, The Crow.”
The song lives on the band's latest album The Silver Scream, out Friday, October 5 via Fearless Records. All of the album's 13 anthems are based on 13 respective horror classics. The physical pre-order is available here.
The band has shared details on the upcoming release week events and shows. From a listening party at Michael Myers' house to the St. Vitus album release performance to a private party at the Scream house, there are plenty of blood-chilling chances to see the band as we creep our way towards the Halloween season. The album's accompanying short film is also set to be screened.
Curious about that slashter-piece? Here's the deal. When the lead singer of Ice Nine Kills enlists a therapist to deal with disturbing dreams, bodies begin to pile up as reality mimics his slasher-movie-like nightmares. They say it's hard getting into the movies — try getting out.
Below is the schedule of appearances, which are bound to delight those with hardcore horror movie fetishes. Additionally, the band will hit the road with Atreyu and Memphis May Fire this fall. Those dates are also below.
Ice Nine Kills previously issued the video for Thank God It's Friday. In the clip, the group (and a bunch of unsuspecting teenagers) visit Crystal Lake and that's when all the trouble ensues. The video is a modern tribute to the classic Friday the 13th slasher series starring machete-wielding horror hero Jason Voorhees. Watch it here.
The band also shared the equally cinematic video for The American Nightmare — a twisted and tasteful homage to director Wes Craven's, A Nightmare on Elm Street, franchise. The video provides a thematic feast for children of the '80s who grew up loving Freddie Krueger, the first film, and its sequels. It was directed by Daniel Hourihan and is the first instalment of an over-arching film that will be a counterpart to the The Silver Scream. Watch it here.
ICE NINE KILLS RELEASE TOUR:
October 1 — Album Listening Party at Michael Myers' House — Pasadena, CA
October 5 — Album Release Performance/Black Craft Wrestling Event — Anaheim, CA
October 7 — One Centre Square Performance — Easton, PA
October 9 — Rec Room Performance — Buffalo, NY
October 10 — St. Vitus Album Release Party + Performance — Brooklyn, NY
October 11 — Rock & Shock at The Palladium — Worcester, MA
October 12 — Salem Horror Fest Q&A + Screening — Salem, MA
October 27 — House From Scream Private Party — Santa Rosa, CA
ICE NINE KILLS ON TOUR WITH ATREYU + MEMPHIS MAY FIRE:
November 9 — Phoenix, AZ — The Van Buren
November 10 — Albuquerque, NM — El Rey Theater
November 12 — San Antonio, TX — The Aztec Theater
November 13 — Houston, TX — House of Blues
November 14 — Baton Rouge, LA — Varsity Theatre
November 16 — Ft. Lauderdale, FL — Revolution Live
November 17 — Tampa, FL — Ritz Ybor
November 19 — Atlanta, GA — Buckhead Theatre
November 20 — Greensboro, NC — The Cone Denim Entertainment Center
November 21 — Baltimore, MD — Baltimore Soundstage
November 23 — Harrisburg, PA — Capitol Room — HMAC
November 24 — Sayreville, NJ — Starland Ballroom
November 25 — Boston, MA — Paradise Rock Club
November 27 — New York, NY — Gramercy Theatre
November 28 — Rochester, NY — Anthology
November 30 — Detroit MI — Majestic Theatre
December 1 — Ft. Wayne, IN — Piere’s Entertainment Center
December 2 — Chicago, IL — House of Blues
December 4 — Denver, CO — Summit Music Hall
December 5 — Salt Lake City, UT — The Depot
December 6 — Boise, ID — The Knitting Factory
December 7 — Seattle, WA — El Corazon
December 8 — Portland, OR — Hawthorne Theater
December 10 — Sacramento, CA — Ace of Spades
December 11 — San Francisco, CA — The Fillmore
December 12 — San Diego, CA — House of Blues
December 13 — Anaheim, CA — House of Blues
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