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Metal and punk bands who love horror wanted for indie film

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Okay, metal, death metal and/or punk bands, if you've ever wanted to put a song in a film -- and really, who hasn't? -- opportunity is knocking. Pueblo-based Bloody Rose Productions is currently shooting a short entitled Bone Digger Jones and readying another, called Curse of the Hunter's Moon, and they have put the call out for bands in the aforementioned genres. Is that you?

Director Douglas Post says he's mostly looking for acts for Curse of the Hunter's Moon, which involves some sort of child ghoul thing (see image). You can get more info on the company, which aims to bring '70s/'80s style horror back to the fore, on its MySpace page. You can also get an idea of the kind of music the director favors from the many, many videos he has embedded there. Good luck!

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