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Thursday, June 25, 2020

Ice Nine Kills Pays Tribute to ‘The Shining’ With EP and Video Recorded in the Real-Life Overlook Hotel

“If you need help finding piece of mind don’t hesitate to axe.”

Horror themed, metalcore band Ice Nine Kills have today announced the release of Undead & Unplugged Live From The Overlook Hotel – a five track acoustic EP recorded at their very special fan event in association with Colorado’s 107.9 KBPI at The Stanley Hotel, the real-life basis for The Overlook Hotel from the classic horror novel/movie The Shining.

The EP will be released tomorrow, Friday June 26th.

Fans can pre-save the EP here and those who want to unlock the EP artwork early can do so by playing The Undead & Unplugged Unlock Maze – a special video game created by Ice Nine Kills that takes place in the maze of The Overlook Hotel. To play, click here.

For a taste of what to expect from Undead & Unplugged Live From The Overlook Hotel, Ice Nine Kills have also released the video for the stripped down version of Enjoy Your Slay which was inspired by The Shining and shot at the event. You’ll find that below.

Frontman Spencer Charnas said in a statement, “We decided to release this EP now to celebrate the 40th anniversary of The Shining, one of the most influential horror movies of all time. As a life-long horror fan, I was thrilled when we were able to enlist the help of Stanley Kubrick’s grandson, Sam to provide guest vocals on the original version of our track, Enjoy Your Slay and we were equally thrilled when The Stanley Hotel invited us to play in their infamous ballroom for this special, intimate, sold-out fan event.

“The biggest highlight for me was getting to see the real Room 237 (217 in the book), the setting for one of the most terrifying scenes in The Shining. We got some intel from an employee who told us that whilst shooting Dumb and Dumber, which also features The Stanley Hotel, Jim Carey had insisted on staying in room 217 but got so freaked out on the first night, he had leave the room.

“We’d like to thank 107.9 KBPI for helping to make this show a possibility and all the Colorado Psychos that came out to make this intimate, unplugged show so special.”

To celebrate the release, Ice Nine Kills will be doing a live stream Q&A on Saturday, June 27th on Sound Rink Live. The event will be hosted by Beez and will start at 5:30pm PST/8:30pm EST. Fans can join the live stream by clicking here.

The band will also be launching an Enjoy Your Slay Vocal/Guitar Cover Contest on Monday, June 29th. Fans can submit videos of themselves playing or singing their cover of the Undead & Unplugged version of Enjoy Your Slay and one winner will be pulled from each category whom will both win a custom Ice Nine Kills Horror Axe, just like the one used by Jack Nicholson in The Shining. Full information on how to enter along with, lyrics, guitar tabs and a thorough play-through tutorial from INK guitarist, Dan Sugarman, can be found here.



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/music/3621508/ice-nine-kills-pays-tribute-shining-ep-video-recorded-real-life-overlook-hotel/

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