Altitude TV has posted the Halloween edition of its "Metalogy" program featuring interviews with EVANESCENCE, TRIVIUM, EVERY TIME I DIE, NORMA JEAN, UNDEROATH and DROID and more on their best Halloween moments and costumes. Watch the two-minute clip below.
SYSTEM OF A DOWN singer Serj Tankian told The Pulse of Radio the best idea for a costume we've heard in a long time: "My favorite Halloween costume is a lamp. I like just wearing this long, long thing and having, like, a shade on my head and going to the corner of the room and having this light on my head, and just standing there not talking to anyone. And if someone comes up to me and says, 'Hey, Serj, how are you doing?' I always ask them, 'Do you talk to lamps often?' And if they say yes, then I say, 'Then you need help,' and if they say no, then I say, 'Don't talk to me then.' No, I'm just kidding. I've wanted to do that for years, but I've never done it."
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