DOM COOPER serves up some tasty British Werewolf tunes for tonight's full moon!
DOM COOPER reports "Come to Daddy" on a track inspired by Hellraiser (1987)
DOM COOPER tells how Screaming Lord Sutch performed 'Jack The Ripper' with a butcher's knife in one hand and rubber entrails in the other
DOM COOPER explains how a classic horror star influenced Northampton Goth Rock outfit Bauhaus
DOM COOPER tells us about a Forest song about a visit to a graveyard
DOM COOPER tells us how Jimmy Page took time off from his Led Zeppelin duties to produce the soundtrack to a spooky experimental film
DOM COOPER describes how the great English poet John Milton sought to cleanse a family's honour through song
DOM COOPER discusses Sympathy for the Devil and other Rolling Stones occult dabblings
DOM COOPER looks at the history behind the track "Austin Osman Spare", a song about the British artist and occultist by The Bulldog Breed
DOM COOPER looks at the disturbing background to Throbbing Gristle's Beachy Head - a song about the notorious Sussex suicide spot
DOM COOPER looks at the music behind Dracula AD 1972
Today DOM COOPER revisits the infamous 19th century Red Barn Murder of Maria Marten
Today DOM COOPER & SPOOKY SOUNDS SUNDAY goes back to the 1960s to explore Fleetwood Mac's dark and beastly The Green Manalishi (with The Two Prong Crown)
SPOOKY SOUND SUNDAY today sees DOM COOPER explores Paul Giovanni's The Wicker Man soundtrack
SPOOKY SOUNDS SUNDAY this week DOM COOPER looks Mr Fox's "Mendle" - a track inspired by the Pendle Witch Trials of 1612
Today DOM COOPER continues his SPOOKY SOUNDS SUNDAY series focusing on Wil Malone's eerie main theme from the British 1972 Donald Pleasence horror classic Death Line.
Our new column SPOOKY SOUNDS SUNDAY with DOM COOPER tells the tragic tale of Joe Meek and his song, "Night of the Vampire"