Chris Rock, the iconic multi-hyphenate comedian, is sharp. His rapid fire delivery and signature tone of voice serves up refreshing candour with a touch of weary resignation. It’s with this pitch that SPIRAL hopes to angle itself for a new generation – horror served with some gritty levity from Rock – something that the chance […]Read More
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The Forever Purge is the fifth instalment and final movie of The Purge franchise. The fifth film continues when the annual Purge has ended, but unsanctioned Purge continues to spreads across a Texas town and the people in this Texas town must make it through the night and survive with no help in sight. This summer, all […]Read More
A Quiet Place Part II has dropped its final trailer. Originally set to release in March 2020, A Quiet Place Part II was delayed to April 2021 due to the Covid-19 pandemic, but will now officially hits the theaters on May 28 and fans in Singapore can catch it in theaters from 10 June. “Following the […]Read More
The latest Ghostbusters franchise reveals another iconic character yesterday and has kept fans buzzing with excitement. A new clip from the upcoming Ghostbusters: Afterlife shows a group of adorable mini-sized versions of the iconic Stay Puft Marshmallow Man wreaking havoc in a local grocery store and there is even a scene of them roasting each […]Read More
The latest entry to the popular Saw franchise, Spiral: From the Book of Saw has released its first official trailer Chris Rock stars as Ezekiel “Zeke” Banks in the latest chapter of the Saw franchise as a brash detective working in the shadow of his esteemed police veteran father (Jackson) and must take charge of […]Read More
Cronenberg. The surname itself signals that Possessor is going to be deeply provocative. Son of David Cronenberg, Brandon Cronenberg, is fully realising every bit of his family’s legacy with Possessor. The sci-fi horror checks all the heritage hallmarks – body horror, unflinching gore, ethical conundrums and brutal delivery – all somehow still wrapped in a […]Read More
We’ve woken to the sad news of the passing of Yaphet Kotto, best known among horror fans for his roles in Alien and Freddy’s Dead. Kotto’s wife, Tessie Sinahon, first posted about Kotto’s death on Facebook Monday night. “I’m saddened and still in shocked of the passing of my husband Yaphet of 24 years. He […]Read More
Zack Snyder’s zombie apocalypse heist movie, Army of the Dead has dropped its first trailer. This is Snyder second zombie feature since his Dawn of the Dead remake 17 years ago. Army of the Dead will be released on May 21 on Netflix. Following a zombie outbreak in Las Vegas, a group of mercenaries take […]Read More
Something strange has made its way into Cape Town – wordlessly. Finding its first and only victim in Barry (Gary Green), the body snatcher inhabits the unlikable heroin junkie and invades his being in more ways than one. From there on, his bad trip never seems to end. When the new Barry returns to Earth, […]Read More
The first look at M. Night Shyamalan’s upcoming new horror-thriller ‘Old’ is finally here. Reportedly based on the 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 […]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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Like his debut masterwork Saw, there is more shock in how the mystery unfolds, than fear conjured by cleverly constructed jump scares. The good kind of shock, that is. Not forgetting tons of fun for old-school horror fans. https://t.co/2Ws1PSIBjO