Films: Deathgasm (2015)
Location: Civilized Area
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: Back in the day in which it was first conceived, heavy metal and all of its sub-genres were treated as music of the Devil himself. Of course, many bands actually embraced this image, while others were justly annoyed by it all. But sometimes, the power of rock can indeed unleash Hell. That, or send it back.
History: One day, a bunch of nerdy metalheads got together as the band Deathgasm, and came across an ancient album record. Unfortunately, this was no ordinary track. This was a record that could incur the wrath of Aeloth the Blind, a nasty Archdemon that lives off the power of evil metal. When it's played, he is officially free, and proceeds to unleash an army of demonic zombies. Combined with that and a cult hoping to become his next vessel, things aren't looking too hot for Deathgasm.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: A combination of death metal guitar playing and the possessed one, the one who started the band in the first place, end up banishing Aeloth from the world forever. However, in dying, the man possessed has to live in a haunted record, though he's alright with it, all things considered.
Powers/Abilities: Possession, necromancy, immortality.
Weakness: The Power of Rock.
Scariness Factor: 4-You can just tell instantly that all the budget went into the making of this foul demon. His eyes are covered in what looks like melted flesh, his skin is a disgustingly corpse-like purple, and his undead minions are rather unsightly at times. This is the kind of monster that makes all wary of music. That, or use it to save the world.
Trivia: -This film's demons were just zombies due to what the filmmakers described as a shoestring budget.
-This film, obviously, contains several references to death metal songs. Prominent examples include some demon deaths taking inspiration from "Hammer Smashed Face" by Cannibal Corpse and Deathgasm’s face-paint forest bout being a homage to the infamously bad music video for "Call of the Wintermoon" by Immortal.