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CT Horrorfest 2018: From ‘The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2’ to ‘3 From Hell’ Panel with Bill Moseley

Bill Moseley greeted hundreds of rabid horror fans for an intimate panel at the 2018 CT Horrorfest this past Saturday in Danbury, Connecticut. A Connecticut native himself, the actor opened up about his early years in the nutmeg state, his college days at Yale University, and his writing gigs just before his big break in the world of horror filmmaking with The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2.

Moseley also shared the story of how he ended up working with the legendary guitarist Buckethead on his iconic album, Giant Robot, and the follow-up Cornbugs records the duo produced over a ten year period. He detailed how Buckethead’s face darkened upon learning that Moseley couldn’t perform as Chop Top due to licencing issues, but the two quickly collaborated on a twisted new scarecrow for Bill to embody. More recently, Moseley created an EP with heavy metal icon Phil Anselmo, entitled Songs of Darkness and Despair, and Bill delighted fans with the story of how Bill & Phil came to be. read more

Phil Anselmo Talks Superjoint, Horror and the Musical Stylings of Bill Moseley

Horror News Network: Let’s begin by talking about the rejuvenated Superjoint, which played for the first time in years at Housecore Horror Film Festival, which then led you back in the studio with Jose Gonzalez on drums now and Stephen Taylor on bass. Given the high expectations, Caught Up in the Gears of Application has been very well received by fans and you’re planning a tour. How does that feel for you to revisit Superjoint  which wasn’t even a thought a few years back, it just sort of happened organically?   read more