teh s3quence: 010 — halloween

photography by Sam Javanrouh

It’s been a long time since I’ve done one of these, so, with the best holiday (especially when it comes to music) coming along, it seemed the right time.  This mix is 90 minutes of spooky tracks to get your demonic groove on to.

1 – Rob Zombie, Living Dead Girl
2 – GraveDiggaz, Diary of a Madman
3 – Jay Gordon, Slept So Long
4 – Dark Disco Club, The Human Condition
5 – Zombie Girl, We are the Ones (Rotting Corpse Mix)
6 – Sneaky Bat Machine, Trick or Treat
7 – The Electric Hellfire Club, Incubus
8 – HORRORFALL, Necroplasm Fix
9 – XORCIST, Scorched Blood (Torch Mix)
10 – Die Form, Cantique
11 – Type O Negative, Wolf Moon (Including Zoanthropic Paranoia)
12 – Trent Reznor, Peter Murphy & TV On the Radio, Bela Lugosi’s Dead
13 – HIM, Vampire Heart
14 – Rasputina, Transylvanian Concubine (Yes Sir Mister Sir – Club Mix)
15 – Marilyn Manson, Redeemer
16 – Gary Numan, Dead Heaven
17 – How to Destroy Angels, A Drowning
18 – Evanescence, Haunted

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Free Halloween Blogger Template: Obscura

Just in time for Halloween, we have an awesome new free Blogger template to give your blog a bit of spook factor.  This Blogger template comes in two flavors, midnight blue and rustic brown, and is built with Cufón for cross-browser compatible custom fonts for the blog title and the post titles.  And since we loved the background so much, we made them into Twitter backgrounds, too.  Speaking of backgrounds, the background image uses CSS3′s background-size property, to dynamically scale the background image to the size of your screen — go ahead, try it.  Hell, if I had a blog on Blogger, I’d be using this.

Download Obscura 1.21MB




Obscura

Just in time for Halloween, we have an awesome new free Blogger template to give your blog a bit of spook factor.  This Blogger template comes in two flavors, midnight blue and rustic brown, and is built with Cufón for cross-browser compatible custom fonts for the blog title and the post titles.  And since we loved the background so much, we made them into Twitter backgrounds, too.  Speaking of backgrounds, the background image uses CSS3′s background-size property, to dynamically scale the background image to the size of your screen — go ahead, try it.  Hell, if I had a blog on Blogger, I’d be using this.

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