ICE NINE KILLS Pays Homage To Stephen King's It In New Music Video
Ice Nine Kills' most recent record The Silver Scream is about exactly what you think it's about – horror movies. The album closes with the song "IT Is The End", which is both a tribute to Stephen King's 1986 novel It and a message to let you know that the album is over.
Ice Nine Kills has been releasing music videos for tracks off The Silver Scream to pay further homage to these films, and now they've finally gotten around to "IT Is The End". Here's what vocalist Spencer Charnas had to say about the video to Revolver.
"The Silver Scream film closes with a song that pays tribute to Pennywise the dancing clown from one of the scariest books and films of all time, IT. Originally a novel by Stephen King, two very different films (both equally as brilliant) have been adapted for the screen. Jovial and friendly at first, Pennywise can switch to the embodiment of evil at the drop of a hat, so I wanted to capture that as best as I could in my vocal performance and in the video clip. Perhaps my favorite song on the album, it features incredible guest performances from two of my favorite bands of all time, Less Than Jake and Fenix TX. Will Salazar of FT, who co-wrote the chorus with me, does guest vocals and JR and Buddy from LTJ provide the sinister circus like horn section that enhances the twisted carnival of carnage that is Pennywise."