YouTube took a look at the videos most frequently added to Halloween playlists. The No. 1 song features Michael Jackson, but it may not be the one you'd guess.
There were monsters in rock songs before Alice Cooper surfaced in the early ‘70s with songs like “The Ballad of Dwight Fry,” “Dead Babies,” and “Killer,” But there weren’t monsters in rock. Cooper changed all that.
L.A. showed its dark side at the first Cloak & Dagger festival, which brought together a collection of Goth bands past and present.
Petty probably would have appreciated a most unique tribute held on the eve of what would have been his 67th birthday, when more than 600 Goths convened on the San Fernando Valley’s Ventura Boulevard to reenact “Free Fallin’.”
In recognition of Michael Jackson’s landmark “Thrilller” video, now 34 years old and a Halloween classic, a look at some of the best, and oddest, tributes.
“I think Miley's more of an ally than, say, Katy Perry, who most definitely panders to the gay community,” says Sharon Needles, before reciting some of Perry’s more offensive lyrics.
Sharon Needles is the great Gothic scream queen of RuPaul’s Drag Race, the supernaturally cool Season 4 winner who during her victory speech uttered one of the show’s most genius lines: “If anyone boos you offstage, that is simply applause from ghosts.”
With Halloween just days away, it's time to dig through the stacks and find some of the scariest — though not necessarily the most gruesome — album cover art of all time. It would be much too easy to include bands like Iron Maiden and Cannibal Corpse, so we decided to restrict our search to non-metal albums. Scary art is of course subjective, but we believe all of these musicians have successfully tapped into something unsettling in their quest to provoke or terrify.
See the High School Musical cast dressed in their Halloween costumes. It’s been nearly a decade since the Disney Channel hit High School Musical graced small screens, but cast members Vanessa Hudgens, Monique Coleman, Corbin Bleu and Ashley Tisdale proved they were still in this together during a recent reunion. The HSM alum snapped #TBT-worthy photos at Hudgens’ Halloween party on Saturday night, Oct. 31. “In Wonderland with my woes,” Coleman wrote in the caption for an Instagram photo of her, Tisdale and Hudgens, who hosted an Alice In Wonderland-themed bash.
Rock Bands Trick One Another, Provide Treats to Fans Not sure what to do this Halloween weekend? Spend it with Yahoo Live, as we stream Florence & The Machine, Deadmau5, Jane’s Addiction, and more...
When Rising artist Nathaniel Rateliff of Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats stopped by for an exclusive adrenaline-pumping performance, he also gave us the dirt on a few of his notable Halloween outfits and how they end up taking on a completely different meaning.
Sharon Needles is the great Gothic scream queen of RuPaul’s Drag Race, the supernaturally cool Season 4 winner who during her victory speech uttered one of the show’s most genius lines: “If anyone boos you offstage, that is simply applause from ghosts.” And as Sharon fittingly unearths her sophomore album, Taxidermy, this Halloween day, she’s sure to garner much applause, ghostly or otherwise. (Pre-order it on iTunes here.) To get an idea of the punk-rock Drag Racer’s dark and diverse musical influences, Yahoo Music’s Reality Rocks asked her to dig six feet deep into her crazy record collection and create a special Halloween playlist featuring her all-time favorite monster mashes.
Taylor Swift posts childhood Halloween costume online. (Reuters) It’s not always easy being ahead of the curve, as Taylor Swift learned at an early age. Taylor Swift Brings Out Pitbull, Ricky Martin in Miami The pop star shared an old photo of herself dressed as a yellow Teletubby to Instagram on Wednesday, looking pretty cute as a kid. The only problem was, as she pointed out in the caption, that no one really knew who the Teletubbies were then and she was mistaken for something far less flattering or cool.