Lamb to Slaughter: Ice Nine Kills’ Newest Sinister Single Takes Center Stage

Lamb to Slaughter: Ice Nine Kills’ Newest Sinister Single Takes Center Stage

- By Cori Westbrook

The Silence of The Lambs-inspired clip is lifted from the band's forthcoming 'Welcome to Horrorwood: Under Fire' deluxe LP due out this week vai Fearless Records. 

Celebrated horror metal aficionados, Ice Nine Kills, launched their latest Silence of The Lamb"-inspired single and video, “Meat & Greet” in an engaging event held at The Montalbán Theatre in Hollywood. The event, titled "Ice Nine Kills Presents: Meat & Greet: The Horrorwood Saga Concludes," also served as a platform for the premiere screening of the band's full Horrorwood Saga film, a combination of eight official music videos from their 2021 hit album, ‘The Silver Scream 2: Welcome to Horrorwood’.

Fans globally had the opportunity to experience the event in real-time, thanks to a livestream on the band’s YouTube channel. The event showcased all parts of the Horrorwood film narrative, culminating with the debut of “Meat & Greet.”

The new single will feature on the upcoming deluxe album ‘Welcome To Horrorwood: Under Fire,’ slated for release on October 20th through Fearless Records. This edition will be a 3LP set including the original album with added tracks like "Meat & Greet," two re-imagined songs, and limited edition merchandise.

Reflecting on this journey, Spencer Charnas, the band’s frontman, commented, “After two years and eight music videos, we’re ready to bring the ‘Welcome To Horrorwood’ saga to a shocking and tasteful climax with the unveiling of the final episode - ‘Meat & Greet’. Join us in celebrating the entire blood-soaked era of ‘The Silver Scream 2: Welcome To Horrorwood’ as we present the horrifying climax of our cinematic saga… least for now ."

Ice Nine Kills has made a significant impact on the music scene with their innovative blend of music and fiction. Their 2018 album, 'The Silver Scream,' boasted top hits like “A Grave Mistake” and “Savages.” This creative trajectory peaked with 2021’s chart topper, 'The Silver Scream 2: Welcome to Horrorwood,' which positioned the band within the Top 20 on the Billboard Top 200.

Following the success of 'The Silver Scream 2', the band has seen a surge in popularity. They've toured extensively, supported heavyweights like Metallica, partnered with Slipknot, and even initiated their own horror convention, The Silver Scream Con.

Their dedication to blending music and multimedia has earned them accolades like the Clio Award for Music Marketing and multiple nominations at the Horror Hound Film Festival Awards.

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