Ice Nine Kills Debuts ‘Rocking The Boat’ Live Clip

Courtesy: Fearless Records

Ice Nine Kills debuted another clip from its new live recording this week.

The band debuted the clip of its performance of its song ‘Rocking The Boat‘ Friday. The clip is the second from the band’s new live recording I Heard They Kill Live, which was released Oct. 30 through Fearless Records. Its premiere follows that of the debut of the recording’s lead single/clip for the band’s performance of its song ‘Stabbing in the Dark.’

Front man Spencer Charnas had the following to say of the band’s performance clip:

“This particular song was a highlight every night to me,” said Charnas. “I mean, How often do you get to antagonize one of your crew members while they’re wearing a large inflatable shark costume in front of a couple thousand people?” 

I Heard They Kill Live was recorded live in Ice Nine Kills’ hometown of Worcester, MA on Nov. 19, 2019. The recording’s track listing is noted below.

ICE NINE KILLS

I HEARD THEY KILL LIVE!!

TRACK LISTING

1. Thank God It’s Friday

2. The Jig Is Up

3. SAVAGES

4. The Nature Of The Beast

5. The World In My Hands

6. Communion Of The Cursed

7. A Grave Mistake

8. Your Number’s Up

9. Rocking The Boat

10. Merry Axe-Mas

11. Thriller

12. Hell In The Hallways

13. Stabbing In The Dark

14. The Fastest Way To A Girl’s Heart Is Through Her Ribcage

15. Love Bites

16. Tess-Timony

17. Me, Myself and Hyde

18. The American Nightmare

19. IT Is The End

Courtesy: Fearless Records
Courtesy: Fearless Records

‘Rocking The Boat’ and ‘Stabbing in the Dark’ are featured in Ice Nine Kills’ album The Silver Scream and its re-issue The Silver Scream: The Final Cut. The latter featured six additional tracks not featured in the original release: ‘Your Number Is Up,’ ‘Thriller,’ ‘A Grave Mistake (Live from Sirius XM),’ ‘Stabbing in the Dark (Acoustic ft. Matt Heafy),’ ‘SAVAGES (Acoustic),’ and ‘Thank God It’s Friday (Acoustic ft. Ari Lehman).’

The original 2018 release of The Silver Scream produced the singles and videos for: ‘Thank God It’s Friday,’ ‘Stabbing in the Dark,’ ‘A Grave Mistake‘ and ‘The American Nightmare,’ ‘Savages,’ ‘Enjoy Your Slay‘ and ‘Merry Axe-mas.’

The full track listing for the new re-issue of The Silver Scream is noted below.

THE SILVER SCREAM: FINAL CUT 

1. The American Nightmare
2. Thank God It’s Friday
3. Stabbing In The Dark
4. Savages
5. The Jig Is Up (ft. Randy Strohmeyer of Finch)
6. A Grave Mistake
7. Rocking The Boat (ft. Jeremy Schwartz)
8. Enjoy Your Slay (ft. Sam Kubrick)
9. Freak Flag
10. The World in My Hands (ft. Tony Lovato of Mest)
11. Merry Axe-mas
12. Love Bites (ft. Chelsea Talmadge, Stranger Things)
13. IT Is The End (ft. JR Wasilewski & Buddy Schaub of Less Than Jake and Will Salazar of Fenix TX)
14. Your Number’s Up
15. Thriller (Michael Jackson cover)
16. A Grave Mistake (Live from SiriusXM)
17. Stabbing In The Dark (Acoustic ft. Matt Heafy)
18. SAVAGES (Acoustic)
19. Thank God It’s Friday (Acoustic ft. Ari Lehman)

Courtesy: Fearless Records

In other news, INK released a new double-sided vinyl on Record Store Day, Oct. 24. The six-song vinyl collects he bonus tracks from The Silver ScreamThe Final Cut for presentation. Its track listing is noted below.

The Silver Scream: Killer Cuts

Record Store Day Exclusive 10″ Vinyl

SIDE A

Savages

Your Number’s Up

Thriller

SIDE B

Stabbing In The Dark (Acoustic) feat. Matt Heafy

Savages (Acoustic)

Thank God It’s Friday (Acoustic) feat. Ari Lehman

More information on Ice Nine Kills’ new fan community is available along with all of the band’s latest news at:

Websitehttp://iceninekills.com

Facebookhttp://www.facebook.com/IceNineKills

Twitterhttp://twitter.com/iceninekills

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Shark Divers lets viewers take a dip in the deep at home

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Sharks are amazing creatures.  They are sleek, swift, powerful, and also very dangerous.  However, there is at least one shark–the Whale Shark–that is anything but dangerous.  But thanks to the 1975 hit movie, “Jaws”, and media hype ever since then, the gap in people’s love/hate relationship with sharks has never really been minimized.  Now, thanks to the people at Mill Creek Entertainment and documentarian Danny Mauro, audiences are offered a chance to better understand one of nature’s most powerful and amazing creatures in the brand new documentary, “Shark Divers.”

Courtesy: Mill Creek Entertainment

“Shark Divers” is an important piece in the crusade to help people better understand sharks and our impact on them.  The four-part documentary takes viewers into the beautiful blue world in which these amazing creatures live.  All four segments included in the documentary echo the same sentiment.  They remind audiences that much of the fear of sharks is baseless.  In the documentary’s title segment, audiences are introduced to a gentleman who runs hiw own shark diving company and companion publication for shark diving enthusiasts.  He takes viewers along for some of his dives.  And along the way, he shares stories of some of his more harrowing encounters with the sharks.  On the other side, viewers see the lengths to which many shark diving enthusiasts will go in order to get close to sharks.  They see the dangerous and sometimes fatal result of shark divers’ hobby.  It reminds viewers that when people go diving, they are enterting the sharks’ world.  The sharks generally do not attack humans.  Rather, it’s noted that sharks actually see humans as just another predator, like them.  So for the most part, they will leave them alone.  Their only reason for approaching divers is simple curiosity.  They mean no harm.

The documentary’s second segment, “Shark Business” expands a little more on the title segment.  “Shark Business” takes a more in depth look at the bahavior of sharks in the wild and how they interact with divers.  Lemon sharks, bull sharks, and Great Whites take center stage in this segment.  From there, it proceeds to profile the gentle giants of the shark world, Whale Sharks.  Whale Sharks are incredible creatures.  But their numbers are dwindling.  This segment investigates the cause of the species’ dwindling numbers and what’s being done to protect and save it.

From the world of sharks, “Shark Divers” closes out with a look at another of the undersea world’s most incredible creatures.  Viewers will get to see what its like to swim with giant manta rays.  Divers head to the Socorro Islands off of Mexico’s Pacific coast to swim with them and research their behavior.  Not only will audiences love the underwater sequences, but they’ll marvel at the scenery around the islands, too.

“Shark Divers” is a wonderful companion piece for fans of Discovery Channel’s annual Shark Week programming.  However, it should be noted that this documentary does bear a “PG” rating, and with good cause.  There are some images that younger viewers might find unsettling, or that parents might find unsettling for their children.  While the argument is being made about the impact on sharks of human fear, it shows iamges of the end result of shark hunts.  There are also images of sharks hunting other creatures.  So parents should be warned of that before letting their children watch this alone.  That aside, “Shark Divers” is still an insightful and beautigully shot documentary for anyone who has any fascination with these incredible denizens of the deep.  “Shark Divers” is availble now on blu-ray and dvd.  It can be bought in store or online at http://www.millcreekent.com

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