After slashing their way through the competition, Alice Cooper‘s “Welcome to My Nightmare” and AC/DC‘s “Night Prowler” face off in a winner-take-all battle for top honors in our our Rock’s Scariest Song battle.
In honor of Halloween, we’ve chosen 16 of rock’s scariest songs. The field has been sliced, diced and chopped in half every week based on your votes, until only the most terrifying song in rock history remains alive — and now we’re down to the final two.
So which of these creepy cuts will emerge victorious? We’ve included both songs below so you can make an informed choice, and you can vote once per hour in each of this round’s Rock’s Scariest Song battles until polls close on Oct. 31 at 11:59PM ET. Your choice for Rock’s Scariest Song of all time will be revealed on Nov. 1, 2015.
Critically-acclaimed New York-based production company Giants Are Small and the world’s foremost classical record label Deutsche Grammophon proudly present Peter and the Wolf in Hollywood – a brand new take on Prokofiev’s children’s classic, narrated by Alice Cooper - to be released worldwide on November 13th, 2015.
Here’s a nightmare of a matchup! In a battle of haunted dreams in the Quarterfinals of the Most Haunting Halloween Track tournament, it’s “Nightmare” against “Welcome to My Nightmare!”
Avenged Sevenfold‘s “Nightmare” took down one of October’s most prominent bands in Round 1 with a victory over Type O Negative’s “Black No. 1.” The A7X song is about being trapped in Hell, which is pretty damn haunting. Now the new school melodic metallers will take on one of rock’s greatest in the quarterfinals.
With a thorough defeat over Ministry’s “Everyday Is Halloween,” Alice Cooper‘s “Welcome to My Nightmare” looks to eat another band’s dream of being claimed the victor. Step inside the twisted mind of Alice in this timeless classic that should be on all playlists this time of year. But is it the most haunting? That remains to be seen!
Avenged Sevenfold’s “Nightmare” or Alice Cooper’s “Welcome to My Nightmare?” Cast your vote for the Most Haunting Halloween Track in the poll below! Voting for this round closes on Tuesday, Oct. 20, at 9 AM ET. Fans can vote once per hour, so keep coming back to make sure that your favorite Haunting Halloween Track wins!
The title says it all. I suppose it shouldn`t be a complete surprise after the ‘Good Records‘ show on Tuesday, but last night in Dallas, TX Dennis Dunaway, Neal Smith and Michael Bruce joined the current band on stage for ‘School’s Out’ at the American Airlines Center. Glen stepped aside for Neal at the kit, while Chuck left bass duties to Dennis and instead sang backup and added some cool harp (as he had the previous night). And it sounded fantastic! Check it out below or for another view here.