Kelly Hudson
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Kelly Hudson

Grew up in Kentucky, lived in NYC for a bit, lived in San Francisco for 17 years, moved back to the Bluegrass. Love to write, love horror and metal. I have over two dozen short stories published in various anthologies, as well as two novels, The Turning and Men of Perdition.

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80’s Horror Week: Blood, Guts, Boobs, and High Weirdness This past week was the annual “80’s Horror Week” (January 13th-19th) amongst the Instagram community and together, me and my horror friends celebrated films exclusively from the 1980’s. This year I decided to go with films that I loved but haven’t

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Reign of the Middling We’ve reached a point these days in the Metal Kingdom where almost every release is at the very least competent. Very rare is it do you find bands putting out music that is just abhorrent or awful and inept. Most bands are more than decent at

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5 Horror Gems From 2018 You Might Have Missed 2018 offered a lot of great Horror for the world. There was the much-loved and praised Hereditary (overrated, in my eyes, but still good) and A Quiet Place, as well as the return of a couple of franchises that needed rebooting

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A Searing Punch to the Gut: Obliteration’s Cenotaph Obscure It comes in on a rumbling rattle of drums, hellish guitars bringing discord, slowly marching the listener into the caustic doom that is waiting. Within a minute we are bathed, fully immersed into this journey to the darkest depths of psychotic

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By Kelly M. Hudson The other day I was listening to some Power Metal and it was bright and ringing like I’d just stepped into Rivendell and Elrond himself had come to say hello. And then I put this “new” Temple Nightside record on and it was like I was

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Malthusian is the bottom basement of Hell Doom. These are the kind of sounds you might imagine going through the mind of a serial killer when they’re chopping a body up after they’ve already ritually desecrated it in the name of Satan himself. This is deep, dark, dark, dark, slimy,

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