Halloween Kills has unleashed its first trailer. David Gordon Green has returned to direct the sequel to his 2018 Halloween, which is a sequel to the 1978 classic. Halloween Kills picks up right after Laurie together with her daughter and granddaughter defeated Michael, having burned him alive in a house. But when Michael manages to free […]Read More
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Universal Pictures has released a new trailer for Candyman, which is a direct sequel to the original 1992 movie. Directed by Nia DaCosta and staring Yahya Abdul-Mateen II as Anthony McCoy, the boy in the original film. McCoy who is now a visual artist returns to the now-gentrified neighbourhood, Cabrini Green. In an attempt to find […]Read More
Netflix has dropped the teaser for its upcoming South Korean horror-thriller film, The 8th Night. Directed by Kim Tae-Hyung with an ensemble cast lead by Lee Sung-min, who played a retired exorcist working along with a detective and a young monk to stop two demonic entities from joining forces and destroying the world. 2500 years […]Read More
Netflix has released the teaser for Kingdom: Ashin of the North, the upcoming spinoff episode of the K-zombies series Kingdom. The special episode will reveal the origin of the resurrection plant and the mystery behind Ashin’s identity, the mysterious character played by Jun Ji Hyun, who appeared in the last seconds of the second season […]Read More
Thai director Banjong Pisanthanakun (Shutter and Pee Mak) has teamed up with Korea’s Na Hong-jin (The Chaser and The Wailing), who will serve as the producer, for a new rural horror thriller. The Medium originally known as Rang Zong is described as a horrifying story of a shaman’s inheritance in the Isan region of Thailand. […]Read More
The Conjuring 3: The Devil Made Me Do It has dropped its final trailer! This third instalment of the popular Conjuring series will see the return of franchise leads Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga as Ed and Lorraine Warren. Official synopsis: “The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It” reveals a chilling story of terror, […]Read More
M. Night Shyamalan’s upcoming supernatural thriller Old has a new trailer. Based on the French graphic novel ‘Sandcastle’ by Pierre Oscar Levy, ‘Old’ centres on a group of people at a secluded beach, and when they find a dead body on a beach and they slowly realize there is something unnatural happening on that beach. The […]Read More
Escape Room 2: Tournament of Champions has dropped its first trailer yesterday. The original Escape Room centred on six strangers who find themselves in a maze of deadly mystery rooms and must use their wits to survive. According to the director Adam Robitel, the sequel picks up right where its predecessor left off, with the last […]Read More
Army of the Dead starts off in a more comfortable place than most on-screen zombie apocalypses. For starters, the flesh eaters in question have already been contained within the city of Las Vegas, not long after the opener. The government has also planned a nuclear strike that will clear out the infected once and for all. […]Read More
Netflix’s latest horror trilogy based on R.L. Stine’s classic Fear Street book series is coming to the streaming service in July. In 1994, a group of teenagers discovers that the terrifying events that have haunted their town for generations may all be connected — and that they may be the next targets. Based on R.L. […]Read More
In a unique performance that brings two genres at the extreme ends of a spectrum together, Rudra ascends the stage with three critically acclaimed classical musicians, Aditi Gopinathan (vocals), Raghavendran
In a unique performance that brings two genres at the extreme ends of a spectrum together, Rudra ascends the stage with three critically acclaimed classical musicians, Aditi Gopinathan (vocals), Raghavendran Rajasekaran (flute) and Viknash Balakirshnan (mridangam). The band will play a repertoire of songs from eight albums spanning 29 years, showcasing Vedic philosophy through the depiction of a man’s journey from birth to enlightenment. A meeting of heavy metal, Indian classical music and ancient Indian philosophy, this performance is arguably the first of its kind and promises to be an epic and enriching experience like no other.
“One of extreme metal’s most unique proposition… Singapore’s Rudra.” – Terrorizer (UK)
“Blessed with flawless production and enough brains to raise dismal metalhead IQ levels, Rudra marks the violent evolution of music’s most uncompromising genre.” – Fury Rocks (The Netherlands)
“Though the use of Eastern melody and instrumentation isn’t a completely alien concept in metal, the manner in which Rudra bring the two worlds together truly is unique.” – No Clean Singing (USA)
Rudra, by now a legendary band in the global metal scene, was established in 1992. It is world-renowned for playing a uniquely composed avant-garde blend of styles, especially for combining extreme metal with interpolations and extended passages of traditional Indian classical music. The band’s lyrical content is derived from Sanskrit Vedic literature and philosophy with ancient mantras and shlokas incorporated into the song structures. Thus, they created a brand-new subgenre of their own: Vedic metal.
To date, the band has released 10 albums and has fans across the globe. The phenomenal artistic achievement of the band has attracted even musicologists. Several research papers have been published about Rudra and Vedic metal, making them a band for both metalheads and academics alike.Buy Tickets
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