Milk it to Death

Background: Milk it to Death is record label and art collective founded and managed by Jim Morales, the frontman of The Faculty. Beyond releasing albums, the company distributes music video compilations, concert videos as well as independent horror films. Their music releases were distributed through Red's Tapes. A film division existed as well, but it was later merged with a failed film division of Charon Communications to become Cor-Son Films. The company is not connected to a one-time company of the same name.

(1990-2002)

Logo: We see various red particles forming an abstract cow head in a box. "Milk it to DEATH" is beneath the head.

FX/SFX: Everything.

Music/Sounds: The opening to Johnny Kick a Hole in the Sky by Red Hot Chili Peppers. Obviously, Morales never got permission to use the song.

Availability: Very rare. Appeared on music video compilations and old concert videos for The Faculty, along with some early concert vids from A.D.I.M.A.H.. The logo also appeared on films Morales directed, them being Terror from Within and Walking Waste: The Downfall of Armond Welch. The latter feature contained footage of Welch's execution which was used in The Faculty's music video for Approximate.

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