You can find Lucifer Fulci music (solo, Lords of October, Penis Flytrap, Flytrap, Wormfood, with Rebirth of Mercy) and literature at
www.LuciferFulci.com, www.Lulu.com, www.Amazon.com, www.Soundcloud.com, www.ReverbNation.com, www.Youtube.com, www.facebook.com, www.cdbaby.com, and more. Just google Lucifer Fulci and see what you find!
Lucifer Fulci is the creature created by David Mark Stashko on Halloween of 1994 in the haunted hills of Hollywood, California. Lucifer was created out of an artistic desire to bring life to the supernaturally charged nightmares that bled in David’s veins since birth. From the moment Lucifer was created, he began to cast his spells upon the multi universal media macabre. In music, he has written, recorded and performed with death rock legends Penis Flytrap, Wormfood, Lords of October and under his solo moniker. Much of his music has been used in science fiction/horror films and documentaries. He is always in some stage of production of new music, ever experimenting and crossing over genres.
With his writing, Lucifer Fulci has created blogs, reviews, short stories, books, screenplays and poetry that spans multiple formats, publishers and styles. He has won a variety of awards and was once called an “untapped potential for disturbing horror in art and film” with the likes of Edward Lee and Poppy Z Brite.
As Lucifer Fulci, he has created the horror convention, Splatterpalooza, written and directed various short movies and music videos (including the award winning movie, “The Idol,”) sits on the board of strangeness at the Flint Horror Collective and is one of the (ir)regular panel members of the popular podcast called “The Ghoul Cast.”
As David Stashko, he is a social worker, advocate for multiple pathways to recovery and family guy. He writes books on spirituality, recovery from addiction and scary books for young people.
Books by Lucifer Fulci
A Collection of Horror
Azrath the Unholy and Malevolent (and other stories)
Lucifer Fulci’s Guide to the Italian Cannibal Movie
Siki City 2666
Chunkblowers that Splattered the World: Guide to the most influential, goriest movies
The Elder Thing
Writing as David Stashko
Roadways of Recovery
Open Mind, Open Talk
A Diary of Sobriety
The Night Before Halloween
The Halloween Society