sleepy-hollow

Do you ever stop and wish that Halloween would be more like your childhood, where everything seemed to have this magical aura around it whenever the season came by? Sometimes in our elder years we tend to lose hold of the essence which made those younger days so special, but it is possible to spark…
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meanfaces

As with every genre of music, the imagery plays a big part in creating an overall atmosphere to match the music. Jazz has smokey clubs, hip hop has urban sensibility, but what iconic imagery does heavy metal have? Let’s take a look at a few things that go hand in hand with heavy music. Wall…
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interview-house

Whether its a spooky tree in our own backyard, or a special place in our nightmares, we all have certain locations that inject fear into us at one point or another. Thankfully horror movies allow us to witness someone else’s demise from a distance, but if you’re daring enough, there are a few places you…
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meshuggah-guitar

If you’re a guitar player, by now you’ve probably tried your hand at a few different tunings. When you purchase a standard guitar, it’s strung with basic strings that are sized for standard E tuning. However, the lower you go, the thicker the string you will need to retain enough tension to pluck the string….
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thering

We’ve covered all things Horror on this site many times before, but until now I have never shared the most memorable morbid moments which have been forever stuck in my skull. The Thing Chest Chomp It’s one of those scenes that works best upon first viewing, with perhaps the greatest gory surprise in horror history. You’re…
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dan-mower

So after losing control on my riding mower down a hill, flipping and crashing head first into a tree, I’ve decided it’s probably a good idea to start some sort of a journal in case my brain gets knocked loose and I forget what I’ve been up to. I’m currently finishing some last minute edits…
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taravanflower-1

She is the ambient angel who’s voice has seduced us all with her darkwave days as a member of Lycia, her hypnotizing solo material, and even lending her voice to the drab four themselves, Type O Negative. Her name is well known throughout the landscapes of dark music, and yet it seems that we have…
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Nightmare-City

Sometimes it can be tough to weed through all the crap on Netflix instant selection, but at least they’re not skimping on good horror. These are a few great flicks to check out which are streaming on Netflix this month in the horror department. Stephen King’s Thinner More terror, less filling. At least thats the…
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nightfly

You are all well aware of how personal music taste changes every now and then. One month you enter a thrash metal phase, and suddenly you’re all about nineties grunge. There’s nothing wrong with switching things up here and there, so here’s a taste of whats been showing up on my playlist this month. Thou…
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tbwp

Sometimes it can be tough to weed through all the crap on Netflix instant selection, but at least they’re not skimping on good horror. These are a few great flicks to check out which are streaming on Netflix this month in the horror department. The Blair Witch Project Considered by many to be the genesis…
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update2014

In case you haven’t noticed yet, Autumns Eyes has been dried out of updates for quite some time now. Many have questioned whether or not I was still alive, and I am deeply sorry to disappoint, but yours truly is still here. So that still begs the question of what has been going on during…
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ae-blhs-cover

Connecticut’s Autumns Eyes is at it again with the new, all-instrumental album Broken Leaves and Haunted Streets. As always, this one-man band, the brain-child of Dan Mitchell, focuses on all things scary, creepy and downright frightening. Broken Leaves and Haunted Streetsconsists of songs Mitchell first conjured from his nightmares in the early days of Autumns Eyes and he’s…
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