This Canadian horrorbilly collective have you covered on keeping your costumes true to horror standards.
CROWN THE EMPIRE
Though subtle, CTE were able to craft a theatrical ringmaster-esque image that fit with their latest concept album, The Fallout, and could surely help you not only find a look, but fit it into a story.
If it’s oversized headgear and some very specifically engineered robotic parts you seek, you’ll want deadmau5 on your side.
This dynamic duo would make for a hilarious Halloween entourage. Not only is Frank Iero’s birthday actually on Halloween, but he also played Frankenstein’s monster in James Dewees’ Reggie And The Full Effect video for “J Train.” Plus, if you’ve seen this duo live, you know how prevalent gore and horror are in their art.
FEARLESS VAMPIRE KILLERS
These dudes give off mixed signals. Their name (a Bad Brains reference) would imply that they are killing the vampires, but their looks–of which each of the five members have their own–might suggest they may be the ones actually getting killed…
They already have it planned out for us: “You can be the corpse/And I can be the killer.” Costumes set.
If you’re willing to gear up in full prosthetics and become something wholly unrecognizable as human, these guys can help.
INSANE CLOWN POSSE
From the stories I’ve heard, ICP are actually nice, solid dudes, and they’ve been practicing clown makeup for longer than I’ve existed on this planet.