You all knew Scott at Metal Martyr would come up with the goods. Those hard rocking folks are just made for satanic holidays like this, right? He’s compiled a very cool metal soundtrack for the holiday, featuring tracks like Iron Maiden’s “Number of the Beast” and White Zombie’s “I’m Your Boogyman.” Spooky stuff.
If you’re after some lighter songs to add to your Halloween mix tape, Bruce at Our Digital Music has you covered. His Halloween top 10 features “Monster Mash,” “Black Magic Woman,” and one of my personal favourites, “Werewolves of London.”
As if that wasn’t enough Halloween music, Deb at She Plays Music has posted plenty of ghoulish girly music videos. Check it out to watch some Cranberries, Suzi Quatro, and Dusty Springfield.
At The Production Side, Albert serves up a little Stone Temple Pilots and Ray Parker Jr. Who you gonna call?
Sammi’s featuring Danny Elfman at 52 Bands. This is the guy behind the spooky soundtracks of The Corpse Bride, The Nightmare Before Christmas, and other Tim Burton classics.
Stuck for a Halloween costume? Mike at Big Apple Music Scene shows you how easy it is to look like Joey Ramone. Too cool!
Heather at Country Music Stop celebrates the season with a creepy classic from Alan Jackson.
Some say that Michael Jackson’s pretty scary today, but Roberta at Ear Sucker goes into the vault for her Halloween post. When I was little I couldn’t watch the clip for “Thriller,” and it still frightens me to this day!
Budding film makers may be interested in the cool Schoolyard Heroes contest Denise is talking about on News in Punk. You could win some creepy prizes, just for filming your Halloween party and posting it on YouTube.
Make sure you check out all these cool blogs for more thrills and chills this Halloween!