We’re at Oktoberfest!

September 24th, 2011 by Price

Vincent and I are in Munich for the 3rd of 3 nights of insane boozing at the biggest excuse in history to get shitfaced, Oktoberfest. We are drinking our faces off, singing awful songs, like so:

Also, there are lots of boobs at Oktoberfest. Seriously, just Google image search Oktoberfest.

Here’s a nice list of the best boobs in horror movie history.

Zombiecon 2011 (NYC)

September 20th, 2011 by Price

Apologies for being so NYC centric on this blog. But then again, it’s not my fault you don’t live in the greatest and most evil city in the world!

Time to start the flurry of Halloween events happening. October can’t get here soon enough.

The annual Zombiecon NYC will be upon us soon. Get your makeup ready and practice your foot-dragging.

Morbid Angel Have Advanced

September 19th, 2011 by Vincent

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Send More Paramedics

September 19th, 2011 by Vincent

I really fucking miss this band. A lot. My Halloween season has begun

Halloween Drinking Part 1: Hobgoblin Beer

September 8th, 2011 by Price

Here at the Devil’s Demons, if there’s one thing we really love, it’s the sauce (apologies for sounding like a broken record). Daddy’s cough medicine. Old faithfuls. The whole lot.

Anywho, while we really enjoy drinking any day of the week, we get REALLY excited for the drinking we get to do around Halloween. There are so many activities that lend themselves to drinking:

  • Watching movies at home
  • Watching movies in a theater
  • Attending Halloween parties
  • Halloween-themed (or metal in general) concerts
  • At work
So I would like to start dedicating more time on the blog to writing about some of our favorite booze to consume during the season. I’ll rate the booze in 3 categories: packaging, taste, and brutality.

Let’s start with an obvious but proven choice, Hobgoblin’s legendary Ruby Beer, brewed by Wychwood Brewery.

We got our fill of Hobgoblin at Bloodstock this year, at which Hobgoblin was pretty much the official beer. They even had their mascot there!

Go play around on the brewery’s website, it’s pretty slick and will tell you all kinds of facts about their beers, as well as some cool extras.

Packaging: 4.5 out of 5

The Hobgoblin itself is worthy of a 4. A hobgoblin is an obvious Halloween creature. I give the extra .5 point here because of Wychwood’s other brews (check out the site for the other brands).

Taste: 4 out of 5

Damn fine beer, we got drunk as shit off of it, and it was pretty delicious.

Brutality: 4 out of 5

Shit was stronger than the other weak-ass beers at the festival. American strength = American brutality.

Nasty cold weather in NYC = Halloween is almost here!

September 6th, 2011 by Price

That’s right. No more annoying heat. No more tourists. The city is ours once again, and soon there will be more than enough evil to keep everyone busy!

Expect more frequent posts in the near future as the spirit starts seeping back in. And all our favorite things once again become relevant.

Also, if you’re in NYC, there are auditions on September 19th and 20th for the Nightmare haunted house.

Learn to Swim

August 27th, 2011 by Vincent

Bloodstock 2011 Report

August 23rd, 2011 by Price

Hop on over to Invisible Oranges, my favorite metal blog, to read my report on Bloodstock 2011. It was a hell of a time.

Bloodstock is over, and we survived

August 19th, 2011 by Price

Somehow, someway, we did indeed survive.

I plan on writing an in-depth review of the festival later (these things take a bit of time to digest), but here is a summary of things that came out it:

  • We saw a ton of amazing bands that we had already loved, but more importantly learned of a bunch of new ones
  • We drank stupid amounts of beer
  • We got jealous of everyone’s patch jackets so we decided that we would make our own. We bought 13 patches a piece.
  • We saw lots of people dressed in silly outfits.
  • We saw lots of actual blood.
  • We smelled like manure
For first-time multi-day festival goers, we were in for a lot of surprises. However, we can honestly say that the experience was magical, and we’re already planning next years’ fests (that’s plural, hopefully).


August 12th, 2011 by Price

I’m currently on a train that just left London, Vincent should be landing in Birmingham at any moment.

In case you didn’t know, we’re going to Bloodstock, an annual shitshow of metal in the middle of bumfuck UK.

There is no way this can end well. Will keep you posted.