Gibson TV Unveils Halloween Episode of 'Metal and Monsters' with John 5 and Horror Icon Bill Moseley

Gibson TV Unveils Halloween Episode of 'Metal and Monsters' with John 5 and Horror Icon Bill Moseley

- By Ramon Gonzales

The episode also features a special segment with Kenny Hickey of Type O Negative and host Count D's exploration of the new exhibit Evil Dead: The Immersive Experience.

Specialty purveyor of music and culture Gibson TV has launched the fourth installment of their Metal and Monsters series. Examining the cultural intersection of music and horror, host Count D, best known for his time as bassist for Rob Zombie, welcomes special guests for extensive conversations that delve deep into the common ground among musicians and their affinity for all things horror. 

The latest installment of the series features a comprehensive discussion with guitar virtuoso, John 5 and horror icon Bill Moseley whose filmography includes genre essentials like The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2, The Devil’s Carnival, and Rob Zombie’s House of 1000 Corpses.

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The episode also features Count D's visit to Evil Dead: The Immersive Experience as the musician taps into the spirit of Ash Williams to explore the legacy or one of horror's most beloved film franchises. The one-of-a-kind exhibit features a trove of real-life props and film-specific artifacts to create a true fanatic experience. 


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Lastly, the “Exhumed From the Tomb” segment sees the Metal and Monsters crew it the road for a trip to Brooklyn, NY to connect with pioneering guitarist Kenny Hickey of Type O Negative to discuss the band's legacy, music and their connection to horror culture on a fundamental level.

Additionally, Gibson TV’s Metal and Monsters has launched a new collection of merch. The drop features the artwork of legendary graphic designer Ed Repka, o a set of soft goods that feature this award-winning series from Gibson TV

Check out the Metal and Monsters apparel - HERE and catch up on episodes ofGibson TV’s Metal And Monsters below. 




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