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.

Their sound, however, is sort of heavenly – a hyper-melodic, pop-tinged take on vintage metal. In the late ‘90s, Marilyn Manson became a synonym for controversy thanks to his outrageous stage persona and knack for disturbing imagery.

Taking pleasure in twisting the melons of the mainstream, Manson was at one point one of the most talked about musicians on the planet, and not just because of that Wonder Years rumour…

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.

And for better or worse you'll turn, unable to resist, though try to resist you still will, fighting with everything you've got not to face the thing you most dread, what is now, what will be, what has always come before, the creature you truly are, the creature we all are, buried in the nameless black of a name. Danielewski, “Don't let the rain drive you to the wrong shelter; the shade can turn out to be your protector and also your destroyer, and sometimes the rain is the perfect protector from the rain.” ― Michael Bassey Johnson tags: asylum, believe-in-yourself, calm, calmness, destroyer, dream, dreams, escape, food-for-thought, fright, hideout, journey, michael-bassey-johnson, patience, perfect, protect, protection, rain, refuge, regret, responsibility, running-away, scary, shade, shelter, stay-calm, storm, trembling, umbrella, wrong “You don't think I could bring myself to mark your lovely skin? I'll carve my name in your breast so that every beat of your heart will remind you that you are mine—and mine alone. They are so ignorant they don’t understand that when they cut you I bleed.There’s no doubt about it, Twisted Sister front man Dee Snider is a frightening sight to behold.There’s just something deeply troubling about a man who looks like a pantomime witch fronting a rock band, even when they’ve got pipes like Dee.There were many aspects of Limp Bizkit that made some people deeply uncomfortable, but guitarist Wes Borland was really going for the jugular.Keen on full-body painting and elaborate costumes, he certainly made for a pretty striking contrast to Fred Durst.

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