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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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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I saw a ghost. To be fair, I actually saw two ghosts that night, but I will only defend the one. It was there, right by my face, and it was fucking ugly. Last summer I had a friend come visit me from beautiful Los Angeles. He’d never been to

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