As the days grow darker and the nights colder, a shadow is cast over the world. A shadow that drowns out all light, plunging the world into a darkness that terrifies all life on earth. With no more light to keep the horrors at bay, creatures and abominations unheard of have left their lairs, now roaming everywhere they please. And as they begin their assault on the world of Electronic Music, you can be certain that they’ll be coming for you next. Lock your doors and grab yourself any kind of weapon; these are the horrors of this Halloween…!
Bucharest, 1167. Although Romanian folklore has made Dracula its most well-known adversary, there’s is one more that lived in the dark depths of Transylvania. Yet, there is no mention of him. Why, you ask? Because the legend of Disfunktion has been causing nightmares so terrifying it led civil unrest and depression that lasted for centuries. Nicknamed ‘The Count’ well over three hundred years before Vlad Dracula adopted the title, Disfunktion was the sole reason for the near extinction of the human race in Eastern Europe. Think entire forests drenched in blood and enormous plains teeming with gravestones.
You probably think the words ‘innocent’ and ‘fluffy’ are among the most appropriate to describe this creature, but you’d be gravely mistaken. Having caused not one or two, but three nation-wide migrations across the world, this one is as harmless as the ‘innocent’ and ‘fluffy’ killer bunny in Monty Python And The Holy Grail. If you get too close, she’ll have sunk her teeth in your flesh before you know it and you’ll be left without any limbs. Guaranteed. We advise you to run faster than you’ve ever done before. But look at it on the bright side. You might just beat Usain Bolt in his own game if you’re frightened enough.
Although Australia’s reputation of deadliest country is often attributed to its population of venomous snakes, killer crocs and nasty bugs, few remember the horrors that sparked it all. On a dreary day in August, this pair emerged from Lake Ivanhou near Melbourne and began dragging unsuspecting wanderers to the depths, starting a widespread panic throughout the continent. To this day, it is said that whoever ventures too close near the lake will subbumb to the alluring songs of these sirens, only to never be heard from again.
He was the one that started it all. The first carrier. A late-night rave was nearing its end and this man was leaning against a wall. Eyewitness reports claimed that he was just drunk, or maybe just a bit tired. When he collapsed onto the ground, a party of five men and women rushed to his aid, thinking they could help the poor man. Instead, the virus got to them too. Within seconds, the entire crowd became infected, the virus taking control of their brains and movements. From the Netherlands onward, it spread to Europe and the US only to become a global pandemic within days after the first infection. Governments across the world are still battling the disease. Little do they know. There is no cure…
This man might not seem like much of a threat, but the power he wields says it all. Wat started innocently enough as an interest in Biology soon took shape and turned into a global threat. Now dubbed The Necromancer, this sorcerer raised an undead army so deadly its raves across the world were CNN’s main story for seven years straight. CNN has stopped reporting on the matter, but that’s simply because they’ve all been raving along with the undead since.
Armin van Buuren
Even the most terryfing creatures have a leader. Often referred to as Experiment A, this Halloween horror has led the assault on the human race for over twenty years, even voted the world’s eeriest of souls by his peers for an unprecedented five times. His voice makes men shudder and cry for their mamas and is broadcast every week throughout an assortment of incantations, curses and chants, rallying his fellow evil-doers to do their worst. He has brought the most evil beings together in a state of terror and won’t rest until every soul has joined his cause. Dead or alive…