tamara

A key component to marketing Autumns Eyes started early on with the idea to feature models who would showcase merchandise and help with promotion. The idea soon took off, and the models were an absolute favorite amongst fans. Over the years there have been dozens of amazing models from Nebraska to The Netherlands who have…
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neverending-story

There is a lot of focus on horror movies which inspire what I do with Autumns Eyes, but there are plenty of films from other genres which can have just as strong an impact on my creativity. With song writing, I always tend to look in the opposite direction when it comes to sparking an…
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division-bell

Nobody else is around, the weight of the world is on your shoulders, and the only way to cleanse yourself of this overwhelming emotion is to play a song which you have a personal connection to. A song that only you can understand because it penetrates deep into your bones, and targets every fiber of…
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thecraft

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. World War Z Make sure to check out the unrated cut…
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devil-metal

I’ve taken down the tutorial section of my YouTube page because I’ve noticed a growing trend online where so many up and coming musicians are no longer learning, but rather just imitating what everyone else is doing. In my opinion this is going to oversaturate the genre with even more copy cats, and less original…
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fairuza-balk

Hair of black, eyes of grey. That was the first line to a song I wrote thirteen years ago titled Creepygirl. I had always garnered a certain romantic appreciation for the likes of actresses such as Christina Ricci and Fairuza Balk, so it was only a natural progression to have a song come to life about…
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christopher-lee

Amon Amarth, Gorgoroth, Burzum, these are just a few bands who metal fans assumed were some of the most brutal the genre has to offer, but few are aware that these bands very foundations are bathed in the nerd loving history of J.R.R. Tolkien’s vast Middle Earth folklore. It’s funny to look back on a…
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journey-keys

Have you ever been listening to a song and looked around to make sure nobody else was nearby before you turned the volume up? If so, you’ve definitely experienced a song which can easily be defined as a guilty pleasure. It’s typically considered to be a track that people would never expect someone like you…
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cof-shirt

Heavy music has always played a large role in my life since I was a wee little bastard rocking back and forth in a diaper to AC/DC and Van Halen, which was last week of I remember correctly. Unfortunately during most of my youth there was no internet, and thus no way to constantly keep…
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lindsay-thumb

She’s a brilliant musician who’s trained at the Royal Conservatory of Music, she excels at arranging luscious choir and string sections, she has a haunting yet beautifully pristine voice, she plays the harp which is one of the most difficult instruments in the world to learn, she releases her own solo material under the name…
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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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