Ice Nine Kills to release ‘Welcome to Horrorwood Under Fire’ with new single, bonus tracks on Oct. 20

Theatrical, horror-themed metal band Ice Nine Kills will release a deluxe edition of its 2021 “The Silver Scream 2: Welcome to Horrorwood” on Oct. 20, 2023, via Fearless Records. Titled “Welcome to Horrorwood Under Fire,” the expanded is packed with new and previously unheard versions of fan favorite cuts, an orchestral version of the album and collectible horror artifacts. Pre-order the three-LP box set here.

Expanding on Ice Nine Kills’ signature fusion of blood-soaked metal and cinematic storytelling, “Welcome to Horrorwood Under Fire” includes the original album along with a new single (more on this coming soon), two reimagined tracks and physical extras encased in a flame-engulfed box set.

“Bigger, bloodier and more brutal! We’ve taken the ‘Silver Scream 2’ and literally set it ablaze!” band frontman creative visionary Spencer Charnas said. “‘Welcome to Horrorwood Under Fire’ is our most ambitious and intricately designed piece of horror memorabilia yet. The 3D, flame-engulfed artwork comes to life through real illuminated lightbulbs built into the packaging, encasing a nightmarish collection including the original album, a new song, reimaginings of fan favorites and the whole album played by an orchestra. Not only that, it also comes with a wearable Silence mask straight out of our nightmarish cinematic universe and a death certificate of authenticity signed by yours truly. This boxset is the ultimate collectible for INK fans and one of the most intricate releases we’ve put out to date.”

‘The Silver Scream 2:Welcome to Horrorwood’ launched Ice Nine Kills to new heights when it was released in 2021, topping charts and collecting over 339 million streams on the back of hits such as “Hip to Be Scared,” “Assault & Batteries,” “Rainy Day,” “Funeral Derangements,” “Take Your Pick,” “The Shower Scene” and, most recently, “Welcome to Horrorwood.”

“Welcome to Horrorwood Under Fire” track listing:

Side A
1)     Opening Night …
2)     Welcome to Horrorwood
3)     A Rash Decision
4)     Assault & Batteries
5)     The Shower Scene 

Side B
6)     Funeral Derangements
7)     Rainy Day
8)     Hip to Be Scared (ft Jacoby Shaddix)

Side C
9)     Take Your Pick (ft Corpsegrinder)
10)   The Box (ft Brandon Saller and Ryan Kirby)
)11)   F.L.Y.(ft Buddy Nielsen)
12)   Wurst Vacation

Side D
13)   Ex-Mørtis
14)   Farewell II Flesh
15)   Meat & Greet
16)   Rainy Day (Splinter Remix)
17)   The Shower Scene (Acoustic)

Side E
18)   Welcome to Horrorwood (Orchestral Version)
19)   A Rash Decision (Orchestral Version)
20)   Assault & Batteries (Orchestral Version)
21)   The Shower Scene (Orchestral Version)
22)   Funeral Derangements (Orchestral Version)
23)   Rainy Day (Orchestral Version) 

Side F
24)   Hip to Be Scared (Orchestral Version)
25)   Take Your Pick (Orchestral Version)
26)   The Box (Orchestral Version)
27)   F.L.Y. (Orchestral Version)
28)   Wurst Vacation (Orchestral Version)
29)   Ex-Mørtis (Orchestral Version)
30)   Farewell II Flesh (Orchestral Version)

Ice Nine Kills recently announced that it will end 2023 with a freshly sharpened ice pick through the temple, co-headlining the Kiss of Death Tour with In This Moment and support from Avatar and New Years Day. The 18-date U.S. run will top off 18 months of touring for the band that has included three sold-out legs of the triple co-headline ‘Trinity of Terror’ tour with Motionless in White and Black Veil Brides, a plethora of headline shows across the U.S. and Europe, multiple festival performances around the world, a U.S. run with Falling in Reverse on its Popular MonsTour and huge support slots for metal behemoths such as Metallica and Slipknot–not to mention the release of “The Silver Scream” novel, the only book with a comprehensive exploration inside the mind of America’s notorious, celluloid-obsessed, rock star turned cinema-copycat murderer, Spencer Charnas written by Bayonet Award-winning TV reporter Roy Merkin.

Tour dates:

Fri/Nov-3 Gary, IN Hard Rock Live Northern Indiana
Sat/Nov 5 – St Louis, MO @ Dome At America’s Center*
Tue/Nov-7 Indianapolis, IN Blue Ribbon Pavilion (Indiana Fairgrounds)
Wed/Nov-8 Cincinnati, OH The Andrew J Brady Music Center
Thu/Nov-9 Milwaukee, WI Eagles Ballroom
Sun/Nov 12- Detroit @ Ford Field *
Tue/Nov-14 Greenville, SC Bon Secours Arena
Thu/Nov-16 Estero, FL Hertz Arena
Fri/Nov-17 Jacksonville, FL Daily’s Place
Sat/Nov-18 Orlando, FL Orlando Amphitheater
Mon/Nov-20 Atlanta, GA Coca Cola Roxy
Tue/Nov-21 Greensboro, NC Greensboro Coliseum Complex
Wed/Nov-22 Reading, PA Santander Arena
Fri/Nov-24 Wallingford, CT Oakdale Theatre
Sat/Nov-25 Bangor, ME Cross Insurance Center
Tue/Nov-28 Washington, DC The Anthem
Thu/Nov-30 Norfolk, VA Chartway Arena
Fri/Dec-1 Johnstown, PA 1st Summit Arena
Sat/Dec-2 Wheeling, WV Wesbanco Arena

* Ice Nine Kills only with Metallica

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