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Ice Nine Kills Get Banned By Disney, Band Release Anti-Disney Merch

Check out Ice Nine Kills’ new Disney/horror merch range

Horror-loving metalcore crew Ice Nine Kills have started a feud with the Walt Disney Company.

The band were due to play Orlando (home of Disney World) in February, but the gig was pulled thanks to a certain cartoon mouse.

When Twitter user @HanBrolo77 asked the band why they’re not Orlando, vocalist Spencer Charnas responded saying: Disney banned Ice Nine Kills from playing that date, true story. Go to the show and support the other bands though.”

But this was two months ago, and now the band are celebrating Mickey and Minnie’s dislike for spooky metalcore with a range of anti-Disney merchandise.

As many of you know a certain mouse-loving enterprise has deemed us too evil’, to perform at a certain Orlando venue of theirs,” posted the band on Facebook, Rather than protest, we are accepting this seemingly misguided assumption with great honor. To celebrate the banishment, we are dedicating our Nightmare on the Ninth’ monthly special to the launch of

Check out our most devilish designs yet, and bask in the darkness of Lucifer, with your favorite horror-loving psychopaths. These shirts are extremely limited and will never be available online again.”

The tees and hoodies show signature Disney characters in iconic horror settings, including Donald Duck in It and Mickey Mouse in Nightmare On Elm Street.

Disney are yet to release some anti-Ice Nine Kills candy canes. 

Posted on April 10th 2019, 5:35p.m.
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