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Monocyte/Saltillo And The Koffin Kats In Rue Morgue

Monocyte, an unholy comic

Monocyte, an unholy comic

This one’s a bit of a follow: There’s a great new comic book series called Monocyte by artist/musician Menton J. Matthews III and writer Kasra Ghanbari about this badass servant of death named Monocyte who goes around killing everything. Menton also has a creepy-awesome violin industrial trip-hop thing (seriously) called Saltillo. Saltillo just put out an album called Monocyte that’s almost like a companion soundtrack to the comics.

Anyway, Aaron wrote about the whole thing in old fashioned print form for issue #120 of Rue Morgue.

He also wrote a review of The Koffin Kats new album as well.

You can find out more about the latest Rue Morgue issue by going here.

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Forbidden Dimensions In Rue Morgue

Rue Morgue issue #119

Rue Morgue issue #119

Takin’ it back to the old school, Aaron recently had a record review of Calgary horror rockers The Forbidden Dimension published in issue #119 of Rue Morgue magazine.

That’s right. A magazine.

They still exist and they provide a giddy tactic thrill when you read them on the toilet.

To figure out how to get this blood-churning publication, go here.

P.S. Harry Potter’s on the cover for some movie or other. That’s important, right?

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Sinister Witch Music In Rue Morgue Magazine

Rue Morgue issue #116

Rue Morgue issue #116

Aaron just wrote reviews of the new Tasseomancy and Cheslea Wolfe albums for the bloodiest, guttiest, goriest horror magazine around, Rue Morgue. He’s very excited about it because it’s been a long time since he’s been old school “in print.”

His reviews will be in the October issue, #116, which features an in-depth look at David Cronenberg’s The Fly.

Find out more about Rue Morgue here.

 

 

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