News: Ice Nine Kills release new single ‘Meat & Greet’

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Murdersome metal trailblazers, ICE NINE KILLS, have brought the latest chapter of their expansive cinematic universe to a brutal and sinister end with their brand new “Silence of The Lambs” inspired single and video ‘Meat & Greet’. The single and video were initially premiered last week at an immersive event hosted by INK frontman and maniacal mastermind Spencer Charnas, and entertainment journalist Ryan J Downey, that was globally live streamed from The Montalbán Theatre in Hollywood.

Dubbed, “Ice Nine Kills Presents: Meat & Greet: The Horrorwood Saga Comes To A TASTEFUL End”, the delicious event marked the launch of ‘Meat & Greet’ as part of a premiere screening of ICE NINE KILLS’ complete Horrorwood Saga film. Composed of all eight of their official music videos from 2021’s chart topping album, The Silver Scream 2: Welcome to Horrorwood. With one final twist of the knife, this marked the first time the pieces of the Horrorwood puzzle were presented together as one cohesive film and gave fans both in attendance and watching around the world, the first look at the unsettling and blood soaked end to the epic saga with the addition of the brand new, final act  –  ‘Meat & Greet’.

Watch ‘Meat & Greet’ below:

Stream ‘Meat & Greet’ here.
Pre-order Welcome to HorrorwoodUnder Fire(Deluxe) here.

On concluding this multi-year concept, Charnas said:
“After two years and eight music videos, we’re ready to bring the Welcome To Horrorwood saga to a shocking and tasteful climax with the unveiling of the final episode – ‘Meat & Greet’. Join us in celebrating the entire blood-soaked era of The Silver Scream 2: Welcome To Horrorwood as we present the horrifying climax of our cinematic saga… least for now.”

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