Death Waltz Recording Company has just released the soundtracks to the 1984 Christmas slasher Silent Night, Deadly Night as well as the 1980 horror flick Christmas Evil, both on vinyl. Each soundtrack has been released in limited quantities.
Silent Night, Deadly Night will be released on a double LP and will be limited to 400 copies worldwide. One disc will be transparent red/solid white split while the other will be transparent red and green. A super limited edition of one disc transparent red and one disc transparent green will be made available for record stores. The liner notes will feature entries from composer Perry Botkin, co-executive producer Scott Schneid, and writer Michael Hickey. Continue reading
Waxwork Records has officially announced that they will be releasing the soundtrack to the 2007 anthology horror film Trick R Treat on 2xLP vinyl. The expanded double LP features over an hour of music that has been mastered for vinyl and supervised by the composer.
Pre-orders will begin today (10/14) and the official release date is 10/28.
Samples of the soundtrack can be heard below as well as pictures of the variants. Continue reading
Waxwork Records has announced that they will be releasing the score to this year’s Starry Eyes, a gory horror-thriller that the company describes as a mix between, “…Polanski and Cronenberg.” The music was composed by Jonathan Snipes, who also composed Room 237.
The film is described as: “A hopeful young starlet uncovers the ominous origins of the Hollywood elite and enters into a deadly agreement in exchange for fame and fortune.”
You can listen to two tracks from the upcoming release in the comments. Continue reading
One Way Static Records have opened up pre-orders on their The Phantom Of The Opera OST, which was composed by The Laze. The soundtrack will be released in several different formats, all of which are explained below.
Pre-orders for UK & European customers can be done here while US & Canadian based customers can order here. Continue reading
Yup, there’s no denying horror soundtracks on vinyl are a huge hit right now, and what better time than Friday the 13th for Waxwork Records to announce they are releasing the original soundtrack to Friday the 13th on vinyl?
They’d been hinting at it on their Instagram page for a while and just today revealed the cover art for the release. You can check out a short clip of the mixing here.
Remember when we said “horror soundtracks on vinyl are the new big thing”? In keeping with that theme; Waxwork Records has released photos of the packaging for their upcoming Creepshow vinyl. The artwork, done by Gary Pullin, is rich, vibrant, and wonderfully representative of the film. The vinyl shown below is a gorgeous white with red splattermarks and the gatefold has several pages built-in. Pre-orders for the package begin on April 1st via Waxwork Records. Continue reading
I shouldn’t be telling you guys this, that will just make it harder for me to find one; One Way Static has announced that their remastered Last House On The Left soundtrack, which was composed and performed by David Hess, will be getting a limited picture disc variant for Record Store Day. Limited to only 1,500 copies, the records are almost certainly going to sell out within minutes and become a collector’s item, it hits stores on April 19th!
It seems like horror soundtracks on vinyl is the new fad obsession, well, here’s another for ya. In case you’re asking, “Guys, what makes this vinyl horror soundtrack so special?” To which we’d reply, “who said you could speak to us?”, if we weren’t assholes, we may have said “because this one has a cover that’s illegal to show in many countries!”
One Way Static has announced that pre-orders are now open for their vinyl reissue of the 1981 controversial Italian horror film Cannibal Ferox (aka Make Them Die Slowly), which was composed by Roberto Donati (who was credited as Budy Maglione). Continue reading