We Crashed An American Murder Song Wake, And It Was Glorious

This past Saturday, Los Angeles was host to the toe tapping music of American Murder Song. We Are Indie Horror was there to crash the wake and experience first hand what has been travelling around the country, and it was one unique experience. If you aren’t aware, American Murder Song is the brain child of Terrance Zdunich (REPO! The Genetic Opera, The Devil’s Carnival) and Saar Hendelman. Posing ...[Read More]

FIGURE and Code Pandorum Release Horror Inspired EDM

Heavy Bass and Universal Studio’s Hollywood Horror Nights soundtrack producer FIGURE has released his collaboration and The Shining filled Visualizer with Code Pandorum off of his upcoming Monsters 7, “RedRum”. Originally premiered on Your EDM, “RedRum” and the rest of Monsters 7, can be found with an immediate download of “The Ritual (ft. Dack Janiels)” online. Josh Gard, also known as Figure, ha...[Read More]

American Murder Song Treks On With “III. The Reckoning”

The duo of Terrance Zdunich and Saar Hendleman are incredibly busy with their latest project American Murder Song. It seems as if every week we have some sort of news for you about the unique music group about death and murder. Today we tell you about the latest addition to the American Murder Song collection, which is out now just in time for their tour, correction wake. The third EP, titled III....[Read More]

‘American Murder Song’ Hit the Road in October

American Murder Song are going on tour and they’ve released their tour dates, appropriately named the American Wake Tour, emphasizing that “It’s not a funeral, it’s a wake.” American Murder Song is a collaboration between Terrance Zdunich, actor/writer/composer, who you might recognize from his role as “Graverobber” in Repo! The Genetic Opera (directed by Darren Lynn Bousman), and Saar Hendelman, ...[Read More]


Filmmaking is always a team sport. Everyone from the executive producers to PA’s have equally important roles in making the film look as good and complete as possible. One of the most important pieces of the completed film is the score and sound design. Without music, a film lacks the ability to emote, intensify, and even scare its audience. a good score can mean the difference between a good film...[Read More]

WAIH Followed The Mark To American Murder Song

The past few weeks, We Are Indie Horror has introduced and teased you to the incredibly talented duo known as American Murder Song. Comprising of Terrance Zdunich and Saar Hendelman, American Murder Song have created a new genre of music which can only be described as murder ballads. Last night at Fonogenic Studios, our attendance was called upon by Meesrs. Storm and Tender played by Zdunich and H...[Read More]


Comic books have always been one of the most captivating forms of entertainment. The stories, artistry, and loyal followers brings a certain buzz to the air anytime we walk into a comic shop. Much like a film, making a comic book is a team sport, requiring the help of several people including writers, artists, inkers, and publishers, and more. This week’s Featured FearMaker has made a life out of ...[Read More]

Download American Murder Song’s First Tune For Free!

Last week We Are Indie Horror introduced you to the mysterious project coming from the minds behind The Devil’s Carnival and Repo: The Genetic Opera, American Murder Song. Compiled of composers Terrance Zdunich and Saar Hendelman, the duo reunites for a new musical collaboration and this time they are taking on early American murder. Today we have some more information as well as an opportunity to...[Read More]

NSFW: Army Of The Universe Releases New Tracks

The international industrial trio Army Of The Universe has recently released The Magic, their long awaited EP. The EP features three new songs, as well as remixes by bass heavyweights Gosteffects and Deorro, The Magic includes a range of electronic flavors for both Industrial enthusiasts and dance music fans. They recently sent We Are Indie Horror the new video to their new song, and it is quite e...[Read More]

John Carpenter Announces New “Lost Themes II” Album

Legendary horror FearMaker John Carpenter surprised fans last year when he released his debut musical album Lost Themes. The album included past works that John had written and recorded over the years that never made it to any film. It is no surprise that Carpenter writes his own music, with the Halloween theme forever stuck in the heads of thousands of horror aficionados. John Carpenter has recen...[Read More]

Thriller Dance – Thrill The World 2015

Who doesn’t love Michael Jackson’s Thriller Music Video? Creepy music, zombies, a Vincent Price narration, and that Thriller Dance! Well this year, instead of bobbing your head, singing along, and holding in the urge to dance, just give in. On Saturday, October 24th, 2015, at 10pm GMT, join a Thrill The World event near you and finally learn how to do that awesome zombie shuffle. In the words of t...[Read More]

“A Nightmare on Elm Street” Will Haunt Your Nightmares With New Music Boxset

All horror fans are well aware of the impact that Wes Craven’s (R.I.P.) A Nightmare on Elm Street made when it hit the horror scene in the 1980’s. One key element to any horror film and its atmosphere is the music. A Nightmare on Elm Street is no exception to this rule. Lucky for us and all horror fans, the music in the film is original, spooky, and creates the perfect theme for our favorite night...[Read More]

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