The Body & Portal share creepy new videos; Necrophagia share new track ++ (mostly) metal Halloween options in NYC
by Wyatt Marshall
The Body at The Acheron in June (more by Fred Pessaro)
It's Halloween, and there's no shortage of fun stuff to do. Let's get to it.
Insanely loud sludge creeps The Body are playing Saint Vitus tonight (10/31) with Sandworm and Blackout, and they'll be screening their spooky new video that came out today, "Shrouded," at the show. They'll also screen the brand new (today) video from Portal, who also kept it spooky and veil-themed with "Curtain." Check out those videos in this post.
If you're looking for more of a straight up rager, thrashers Oozing Wound are playing a warehouse show at 95 Bogart St with Wicked King Wicker, Rozamov and Silicone Sister. The show's a kegger, so come thirsty. Flyer for that below.
As previously mentioned, Liturgy will be teaming up with noted composer Alan Howarth for a Halloween show tonight at 285 Kent. You might not recognize Howarth's name, but you'll recognize his work: Howarth co-wrote the score to Halloween and did sound work for dozens of movies, including Star Trek and Raiders of the Lost Ark. The show will be celebrating the 35th anniversary of Halloween.
If you're looking for something dance-y AND dark, you're covered: as previously noted, Vatican Shadow will be playing Output with Raime, Silent Servent, Veronica Vasicka and Becka Diamond. Vatican Shadow just put out a remix of The Field's "Cupid's Head"--listen to it below.
Meanwhile, old school death metal band Necrophagia is giving away a free track, "The Wicked," on their bandcamp. Stream it below, but first, fun fact: Phil Anselmo of Pantera used to play guitar in Necrophagia under the name "Anton Crowley." Speaking of Anselmo, he just had quite a Halloween warm-up down in Austin with horror movie/metal extravaganza, the Housecore Horror Fest.
Vids, song streams and flyers below...