Horror themed, metalcore pioneers Ice Nine Kills, are celebrating the 24th anniversary of one of modern horror’s most iconic movies, slasher classic SCREAM, with a mini-documentary written and presented by INK frontman, Spencer Charnas about the “SCREAM Comes Home” convention, offering fans an inside look at iconic locations from the original movie and screen-used items from the SCREAM franchise. Check out the SCREAM Comes Home mini-documentary below!
Speaking on the mini-documentary, Spencer shares: “Getting to be a part of the “SCREAM Comes Home” event and tour the locations of my favorite movie of all time was a scream come true for this slasher fanatic!””
About Ice Nine Kills
In a landscape littered with celebrity fakes and would-be influencers, Ice Nine Kills stand apart. Visionary trailblazers and multimedia raconteurs, Ice Nine Kills has steadily built a thrilling new underworld for a growing legion of devoted true believers, with theatrical shows, high-concept videos, and inventive band-to-fan communion.
Ice Nine Kills summon the most captivating elements of metal, punk and hard rock and combine it with melody, cinematic obsession, and a literary fascination.
Loudwire hails them as “one of the most unique acts in metal right now,” a declaration supported by the band’s Billboard Hard Rock Albums chart topping slab, The Silver Scream.
The Silver Scream and the subsequent extended edition, The Silver Scream: Final Cut generated anthems for the disenfranchised and subculture obsessives, like The American Nightmare, A Grave Mistake and Savages and broke them into Active Rock radio, with hit track A Grave Mistake peaking at #9.
After a decade of studio wizardry and live theatricality, Ice Nine Kills draws favorable comparisons to rock icons like Slipknot, Rob Zombie, and Marilyn Manson, via a like-minded synergy of music, lifestyle, and cult following reverence. With 1 million monthly listeners on Spotify, a combined social media reach of over 762k and over 70 million views on Youtube, the band are firmly cemented as one of modern metal’s most ferocious forces.