Thursday, December 30, 2010
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Friday, December 17, 2010
I was down in Santee California (dont worry if you dont know where that is I was calling it San Diego the whole time) and as me and my buddy drunkenly staggered out of our hotel room we noticed our next door neighbors were getting all done up zombie-like. Little did we know our neighbors were Mickey Finn lead singer and Joe Normal from CBR. They were going on stage in less than an hour and the girls still needed their bloody zombie make up applied and Mickey's mohawk was yet to make its glourious appearance. We introduced ourselves I told em about my clothing line and said our ourevoir we'd see them on stage.. Not really realizing what we were in store for. We met up with some other friends at the spot and 2 songs into the Cold Blue Rebels set I realized I was groovin to the music and wanted to see who it was. With my first glimpse of the stage I saw The Pumpkin King (Mickey) on his knees with some hot undead zombie in his face. To me CBR sounds like a cross between The Cramps and Gene Vincent with a little down home country making its appearance throughout. Just listening to their cd isnt enough you have to have the whole experience and see them live. So do yourself a favor and go see em.. or if you don't see that they are playing your home town. Book them!
Thursday, December 16, 2010
www.boneroom.com and keep an eye out for their interview in Gore Noir’s first issue.
www.zombierocks.com and add the facebook page and look out for an interview in the first issue of Gore Noir mag.
If you took the prom queen, dragged her through the gutter, got her hooked on the hard stuff, and pumped her full of attitude you'd still only be about half way to the level that Grimm brings out in his subjects. Our fellow Bay Area photographer manages to capture the griminess without making it look as contrived as you see with others. It makes you think.. Maybe these are just candid snapshots like you'd take at Christmas dinner but instead of turkey and stuffing we've got jack daniels, smut, and cigarettes on our plate.
Wednesday, December 15, 2010
Tuesday, December 14, 2010
If there was one photographer that could take all my worst nightmares, jot them down and make them come to life it would be Anathema Photography. That's exactly how you feel when you are viewing one of her masterpieces: like you're in a horrible night terror. I'm just glad for two things, 1. I'm able to present you with some of her works in the first Gore Noir magazine and 2. She is continuing to make awesome horror imagery. Remember! We are still looking for writers, artists, photographers, models, and tattoos/tattoo artists with a horror twist for our first mag! email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Manomatul on deviant art) artwork that makes it most terrifying is that it feels like you're being transported into a killers head. There's no flirting with realism, no playing footsies with color, only raven black and blood red on a white background. It's raw and primal without making excuses. In the world of computer art and with everything coming out of Hollywood being 3D these days I find Phil's work refreshing. See more of Phil's work in the first issue of Gore Noir magazine. Stay tuned.
Monday, December 13, 2010
Kosart Effects. Mr. Kosar has some amazing digital art and even more amazing masks and special effects make up. Click on the link to check out his deviantart page and stay tuned for the article featuring his works and interview. If you are interested in becoming a part of our horror magazine email me at: email@example.com