King Diamond, Exodus Etc. Added To 2015 Housecore Horror Film Festival

King Diamond, Exodus and more have been added to the 2015 Housecore Horror Film Festival. The event will take place at the Aztec Theater, in San Antonio, Texas, on November 13-15, and the daily lineups can be seen below:

Friday, November 13: King Diamond (performing “Abigail“), Superjoint Ritual, Exodus, Eyehategod, Warbeast and Child Bite.

Saturday, November 14: Suffocation, Agoraphobic Nosebleed, Corrosion Of Conformity, Negative Approach, Crowbar, Nails, Poison Idea, Dropdead, Cripple Bastards and Gasmiasma.

Sunday, November 15: Goblin (performing ‘Dawn Of The Dead‘ live score), Autopsy, Incantation, Zombi, YOB, Ghoul, Author & Punisher, Gristnam, and Muscle And Marrow.

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Ghoul, Zombi, Etc. Added To 2015 Housecore Horror Film Festival

A few more bands have been added to the 2015 Housecore Horror Film Festival. The event will take place at the Aztec Theater, in San Antonio, Texas, on November 13-15, and the newly announced acts include: Ghoul, Zombi, Dropdead, and Poison Idea.

Previously announced acts include: Suffocation, Autopsy, Cripple Bastards, Nails, YOB, Eyehategod, Child Bite, Warbeast, Corrosion Of Conformity, Crowbar, Author & Punisher, Agoraphobic Nosebleed, Negative Approach and Gristnam.

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Corrosion Of Conformity, Crowbar Etc. Added To 2015 Housecore Horror Film Festival

More bands have been added to the 2015 Housecore Horror Film Festival. The event will take place at the Aztec Theater, in San Antonio, Texas, on November 13-15, and the newly announced acts include: Corrosion Of Conformity, Crowbar, Author & Punisher, Agoraphobic Nosebleed, Negative Approach and Gristnam. Previously announced acts include: Suffocation, Autopsy, Cripple Bastards, Nails, Syk & Dalila Kayros, YOB, Eyehategod, Child Bite, and Warbeast.

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Suffocation, Autopsy, Eyehategod Etc. Set For 2015 Housecore Horror Film Festival

The first wave of bands have been revealed for the 2015 Housecore Horror Film Festival. The event will take place at the Aztec Theater, in San Antonio, Texas, on November 13-15, and will include: Suffocation, Autopsy, Cripple Bastards, Nails, Syk & Dalila Kayros, YOB, Eyehategod, Child Bite, Warbeast and many more to be announced.

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Phil Anselmo said he is choosing to continue with the festival to honor his friend and festival co-founder, Corey Mitchell, who tragically passed away last year:

“I’ve got a great team in place to help make this what Corey and I wanted it to be. There are a lot of mixed emotions here because no one can replace him. But, we know he would want this to continue and so that’s what we’re going to do. We miss him and think about him every day.”

Anselmo is currently working on booking more acts for this year’s event, along with Maryland Deathfest co-founder, Ryan Taylor.

Phil Anselmo Working On New Superjoint Ritual, New Illegals & A New “Secret Death Metal Project”

Phil Anselmo has been pretty busy, as of late. In a new interview, the vocalist said he has been writing some new material for Superjoint Ritual and for Philip H. Anselmo And The Illegals. He also revealed that he is working on a “secret death metal project.”

Check out the full interview below:

In other news, Anselmo also confirmed that the Housecore Horror Film Festival will happen this year, and that it will take place on November 13-15, in San Antonio, Texas.

Phil Anselmo Issues Lengthy Statement About Corey Mitchell

Phil Anselmo (Pantera, Down) has issued a lengthier statement about Corey Mitchell, who died of a heart attack on October 27. Mitchell was a bestselling true-crime author and created the Housecore Horror Film Fest, along with Anselmo.

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Anselmo said the following about Mitchell’s death:

“This is stunning. After a weekend of incredible bands, awesome horror films and masses of fantastic people, tragically, unexpectedly, and with heart-crushing reality, co-founder of The Housecore Horror Film Festival, Corey Mitchell, passed away Monday, October 27th 2014, after the event ended. This is devastating on so many levels, I can’t and won’t go into how tremendous a loss Corey’s untimely death truly is. I was introduced to Corey first and foremost as a best-selling crime author, and shortly after that meeting I agreed to have him as my co-writer of an unfinished novel I’d been working on.

It was his idea to create a horror and film festival that would became The Housecore Horror Festival. He had a vision, and no one worked harder than him to see the event through. But forget festivals. Forget books. We lost a great friend. From all of us here at Housecore Records, we extend our utmost condolences to his wife, Audra, and his two beautiful young daughters. This is devastating on countless personal levels, and I’m finding it difficult to type these lines. We lost a brother. We lost a great man with a passion for everything that we love. He will be unfathomably missed… RIP Corey. His legacy will never be forgotten, nor will his friendship. With supremely heavy hearts, we mourn.

Sincerely – Philip H. Anselmo”

R.I.P. Corey Mitchell

Housecore Horror Film Fest Co-Founder Corey Mitchell Passes Away

Housecore Horror Film Festival co-founder, Corey Mitchell has passed away. He reportedly died this morning (October 27) from a heart attack.

Mitchell, along with Phil Anselmo (Pantera, Down), founded the Housecore Horror Film Fest to combine his love of metal and horror into one festival. He was also a bestselling True Crime author.

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The following was posted on the Housecore Horror Facebook page:

“Thank you all for a fantastic weekend – it is, however, with a heavy heart that we here at Housecore Horror Film Festival must announce that our friend and the father of this wicked brain-child, Corey Mitchell, passed away this morning.

Please send your thoughts and prayers to his family. He loved the festival. He loved horror. He loved metal. You damn sure know he loved you guys. Cheers, and thank for your respect during this sensitive time.”

UPDATE: Phil Anselmo has since commented on Mitchell’s tragic death, via The Austin Chronicle:

“We’re really just still in shock. After Danzig was done, Corey and I got up on stage and thanked all the bands and all the fans, the filmmakers, and the Texas Chain Saw people. It’s all just horrifically surreal. This one hurts, man. They all do, but this has a special kind of hurt to it. The event was such a blast, such a success, and everybody had such a great time. Nobody worked as hard as Corey. He believed in it so fucking much. He fought for it every inch of the way. It’s like lightning striking, man, you just never know.”

R.I.P. Corey Mitchell