Headlining the “Octane Accelerator Tour” presented SiriusXM, Ice Nine Kills brought their spectacle of horror to Las Vegas’ Brooklyn Bowl for a theatrical and horrorific performance full of costumes, music and mayhem.
Boston metalcore and horror film aficionados, Ice Nine Kills, fresh off the October 25th release of The Silver Scream: The Final Cut via Fearless Records, lend us their lead singer, Spencer Charnas, for a Top 10 feature to thrill, terrify, and titillate with his favourite slasher film kills of all time.
Touring in support of their seventh full-length album, Atreyu stopped at The Fillmore in San Francisco, CA for a memorable night with support from Memphis May Fire and Ice Nine Kills.
Ice Nine Kills drummer Conor Sullivan chats gear, how he got into his instrument, and shares some killer brand new drum playthrough videos!
We asked some of the bands playing Slam Dunk this weekend for their advice and tips on a range of topics from festival weather to festival love to what you need to bring. Read on…
Metalcore outfit Ice Nine Kills mix classic literature with modern metalcore. Read our review to see if the combination worked.
Ice Nine Kills is giving fans the first listen to their new album Every Trick In The Book, before it’s release on Friday, December 4th. Listen to it in its entirety, here!
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Boston, MA metalcore band Ice Nine Kills released a new single entitled “The Product of Hate” available exclusively at Bandcamp for a limited 1-week download. All the proceeds from the song will be donated to the people affected by the Boston Marathon bombings.
I have seen Ice Nine Kills live on a couple of different occasions and they have always impressed me with their unique blending of pop infused post-hardcore and technical metal that is both adventurous and surprising. This new EP, Predator, runs the gamut as far as styles go. From the hard, heavy super technical opener, “The Coffin Is Moving”, to the pop-infused Adele cover, “Someone Like You”, to the slowed down acoustic number, “Six Feet Below”, there is literally something on here for everyone.
Ice Nine Kills’ latest EP The Predator reached #9 on Billboard’s Heatseekers chart and #38 on the Independent label chart with first week sales of 1,476 copies. The Predator EP was only available digitally and through their MerchNow store, and was funded by the band’s recently fulfilled Kickstarter campaign, which raised more than double their initial $10,000 goal (500 backers contributed $21,258 total funds). Additionally, The Predator was #15 on the iTunes rock chart and was Revolver Magazine’s “album of the week.” The band will enter the studio in April to record their next full-length album.