After 40 years from the original we finally get a new take on the Halloween films. (Lets just ignore the Rob Zombie ones, I don’t want to get into that). Made with love and care us fans are given a Halloween film that feels old but also new and gives us all the same excitement fans have always had from the presence of “The Shape”.
Halloween is just around the corner, and many people will be celebrating by consuming all manner of dark, twisted movies and stories – but what about music? What does one listen to when they’re wanting to push the limits of the bizarre and disturbing? Whether you’re wanting to conjure up a malevolent spirit, or just put yourself in a creepy head space, this list of must-listen Black Metal albums will fulfill all your needs and more.