Scary intimidating music
Dressed in identical overalls, with band members numbered instead of named and each sporting bowel-loosening home-made masks, Slipknot made nu-metal dangerous.
Rob Zombie has had a career that has seen him front White Zombie, have a solo career making twisted metal, and direct multiple fright-flicks of his own.
For some folks, clowns on their own are scary enough, but hip-hop horror clowns?
That’s a whole other level of creepy, not to mention a unique selling point that has helped Insane Clown Posse shift millions of records and amass a hardcore following known as Juggalos.
Black Sabbath’s Prince Of Darkness has been able to proudly boast of being Birmingham’s scariest rock star since at least the early ‘70s.
If you need to injure someone, do it in such a way that you do not have to fear their vengeance.” ― Niccolò Machiavelli “Here is a list of terrible things, The jaws of sharks, a vultures wings The rabid bite of the dogs of war, The voice of one who went before, But most of all the mirror's gaze, Which counts us out our numbered days.” ― Clive Barker, “Oh, but you must travel through those woods again and again... and you must be lucky to avoid the wolf every time... the wolf only needs enough luck to find you once.” ― Emily Carroll, “Then no matter where you are, in a crowded restaurant or on some desolate street or even in the comforts of your own home, you'll watch yourself dismantle every assurance you ever lived by.
Fear is for the winter, my little lord, when the snows fall a hundred feetdeep and the ice wind comes howling out of the north.
Fear is for the longnight, when the sun hides its face for years at a time, and little childrenare born and live and die all in darkness while the direwolves grow gaunt andhungry, and the white walkers move through the woods” ― George R. Martin, “People should either be caressed or crushed.
All of which makes him a man who really knows what it takes the scare the living daylights out of an audience.
One of the first rockers to realise that there was success to be had combining on-stage shock tactics and OTT theatrics with straightforward rock and roll, Cooper blazed a trail that many were to follow - apparently the first record Rob Zombie bought was by Alice Cooper.
With their fascinatingly eerie appearance (frontman Papa Emeritus II is a papally attired brother to Skelator while the five Nameless Ghouls don hooded robes and face-concealing black masks) and songs that espouse the virtues of good ol' Beezlebub, you'd think that Ghost (or Ghost B.