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Ice Nine Kills Release Acoustic Version of “Thank God It’s Friday”

Ice Nine Kills 
Team Up With Horror Icon Ari Lehman 
For Acoustic Version Of  “Thank God It’s Friday”

The Silver Scream: Final Cut Out Today

In honor of the most haunting time of the year, horror-inspired metal outfit ICE NINE KILLS have released THE SILVER SCREAM: FINAL CUT, a frightfully enticing deluxe version of their critically acclaimed Billboard Hard Rock Albums chart-topping fourth album.Out today, October 25, via Fearless Records, the ‘Final Cut‘ edition includes the album’s original 13 tracks along with the recently premiered new track, “Your Numbers Up,” a cover version of the famous hit “Thriller,” their full-length feature horror film The Silver Scream, and four bone-chilling acoustic renditions of previously released singles.

ICE NINE KILLS have also released a video stream for the new acoustic rendition of “Thank God It’s Friday” featuring none other than Ari Lehman, who first portrayed the immortal serial killer Jason Voorhees from the original 1980 iconic slasher film,Friday The 13th.”I am honored to be singing alongside the amazingly talented Spencer Charnas on this track,” says LEHMAN. “ICE NINE KILLS will captivate you with their virtuoso sound and compelling lyrics–Thank God It’s Friday has VOORHEES POWER!””Friday the 13th and Jason have always been an obsession for me,” reveals vocalist SPENCER CHARNAS. “When I had the idea to reach out to Ari about singing on our acoustic tribute, I never expected in a million years for it to actually happen. To find out that Ari was not only a fan of INK, but 100% willing to join us on the track, was a moment I won’t soon forget. He brings such a rich authenticity to this song with his charismatic voice and his involvement helps elevate the piece to another level.

To hear the FIRST Jason from arguably one of the most iconic scenes in horror history sing the line, “he drowned in all our sins,” evokes the same goosebumps I got when I first saw the film.”Dive right in, if you dare, and listen to “Thank God It’s Friday (Acoustic feat. Ari Lehman)” below!

“Thank God It’s Friday”

Additional guests on THE SILVER SCREAM: FINAL CUT include Grammy-nominated musician Matt Heafy (Trivium), Chelsea Talmadge (Stranger Things) and Sam Kubrick (grandson of Stanley Kubrick who famously directed The Shining). Purchase THE SILVER SCREAM: FINAL CUT now at store.iceninekills.com or listen digitally on all streaming platforms.

Come out and play with ICE NINE KILLS as they headline SiriusXM Octane Present’s “The Octane Accelerator Tour” which kicks off just before Halloween next Tuesday, October 29 in Cleveland. OH. The month-long jaunt will includes special guests Fit For A KingLight The TorchMake Them Suffer and Awake At Last, and will see the band revive their annual “Thanx-Killing” show in their hometown Worcester, MA on November 30 at The Palladium, which will be recorded and filmed for a future project. Tickets are available now for all dates at www.iceninekills.com.

Tue10/29Cleveland, OHHouse of Blues *
Sat11/2Milwaukee, WIThe Rave Club *
Sun11/3Minneapolis, MNVarsity Theater *
Mon11/4Estes Park, COThe Stanley Hotel
Tue11/5Denver, COSummit Music Hall *
Wed11/6Salt Lake City, UTThe Depot *
Fri11/8Las Vegas, NVBrooklyn Bowl *
Sat11/9Los Angeles, CABelasco Theater *
Sun11/10Phoenix, AZThe Van Buren *
Tue11/12Dallas, TXHouse of Blues *
Wed11/13Houston, TXHouse of Blues *
Thu11/14San Antonio, TXAztec Theater *
Sat11/16Pensacola, FLVinyl Music Hall *
Sun11/17Tampa, FLRitz Ybor *
Mon11/18Ft. Lauderdale, FLRevolution Live *
Wed11/20Atlanta, GABuckhead Theater *
Thu11/21Charlotte, NCThe Underground – Fillmore *
Fri11/22Baltimore, MDBaltimore Soundstage *
Sat11/23Pittsburgh, PARoxian Theater *
Mon11/25Philadelphia, PATheater of Living Arts *
Tue11/26Detroit, MISt. Andrews Hall *
Wed11/27Chicago, ILHouse of Blues *
Sat11/30Worcester, MAThe Palladium *
Sun12/1New York, NYWebster Hall *

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