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Top 5 Rock Songs From Horror Movies, by horror power rockers WE’RE WOLVES

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Horror rock band WE’RE WOLVES are reigniting the excitement of their debut album “Evil Things” with their next single “Pride”, featuring Spencer Charnas of Ice Nine Kills, and to celebrate it, we got them on board with their special list of top 5 rock songs from horror movies!

The heavy track is a fan favorite for its intense instrumentals and ferocious lyrics combined with a powerhouse collaboration between two of the genre’s most noteworthy frontmen.

We’re Wolves are known as the dark humor, horror loving rock band with an energetic blend of metal subgenre and hard rock influences. The single release is the first of many exciting plans following their album “Evil Things,” which is garnering buzz from Loudwire, Revolver Magazine, Outburn Magazine, and more. We’re Wolves are set to perform at Kraken Music Fest alongside The Used and they are already conjuring up their next music releases for 2022.

For fans of modern day ATREYU, hard rock, melodic metalcore and horror movies.

Pride Featuring Spencer Charnas: https://youtu.be/-RJcopGUhDo

“Though Ice Nine Kills have never had a song in an iconic horror film (yet) it’s hard to not bring them up.”, says the band’s AJ Diaferio.

“We teamed up with the king of the genre (Spencer Charnas) to bring you this song Pride, and the man knows his movies. The silver scream part 1 & 2 are filled with Easter eggs and brilliant scores from some of the best films in the genre. Those albums as a whole deserve to be on this list. Check them out if you haven’t already! Thanks again to Spencer for being a part of our new album Evil Things.”

We’re Wolves first burst on to the music scene with their cover of Limp Bizkit’s “Break Stuff,” which garnered a huge response for the band, with over 1.6 Million views on YouTube, and 675K streams on Spotify. Their debut single, “Dissonance,” off their EP The Hunger reached over 400k streams landing the band on the Spotify editorial “New Core” playlist.

The band has continued to please fans of metal and horror alike with their cover of “Bodies” by Drowning Pool being featured on Spotify’s “Metal Covers” playlist, and the cover of Disturbed’s “Down With The Sickness” has been revered by the original band themselves. Answering the call for new original music and covers alike, We’re Wolves released their debut full-length, Evil Things in October 2021.

The release is garnering buzz from revered publications including Loudwire, Revolver Magazine, Outburn Magazine, and more. Following their album release, they appeared at Florida’s most coveted horror convention, Spooky Empire. Now they are gearing up for even more heavy music haunts in 2022.

Top 5 rock songs in movie soundtracks, by AJ Diaferio from We’re Wolves:

Alice Cooper – He’s Back – Friday the 13th part 6: Jason lives!

This one always holds a special place in my heart because I not only love Alice Cooper, but also Jason Lives just happens to be one of my absolute favorites in the series. It also has a wild music video that can be seen below, check it out!

Rob Zombie – House of 1000 Corpses – House of 1000 Corpses

You cannot have a discussion about horror film movie scores, or songs featured in horror films, without mentioning Rob Zombie. This film still lives on as a reigning cult classic and continues to find newer fans. I’ve seen rob play this live a few times and it always makes the hairs on my art stand up with excitement

Bush – Mouth – An American Werewolf in Paris

Honestly this song is the only redeeming factor about this movie. The Original film is by far superior and nothing has ever come close to that werewolf transformation scene. I’m a massive American werewolf in London fan. That being said, this song just resonated so strongly with everyone when it dropped. It’s an absolute banger that deserves to be in a better werewolf movie, don’t get me wrong the film has its charms to it. This song just overshadowed the film by capturing its dark eerie vibe so exceptionally.

4 Birdbrain – Youth of America – Scream

Not really a lot I can say about this song or movie other than it’s iconic. I can’t speak for everyone else, but when I heard this song I had it on repeat as a kid. Scream has always been one of my all time top favorite horror films because it defined a generation and redefined the slasher genre. You can’t think of Scream without this song. At least I can’t.. (yeah yeah, red right hand by Nick Cave & the Bad seeds, I know but shut up. I love this song)

5 The Doors – People Are Strange – The Lost Boys

It’s hard to even hear this song without thinking of the 1987 vampire classic. I was never the biggest fan of the doors, but I’m a big fan of this film. I love the feeling I get from this song whenever it comes on, it reminds me that shits about to get real in the small town of Santa Carla. This film continues to reach younger and younger audiences, and generate hilarious memes.

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