Not one, not two... but three long overdue and sought after scores released this week from us "Howlin' Wolf Records" as you could imagine we are thrilled. You are going to want to get these as they are limited releases and they will go fast.
Music by Tony Riparetti
INVASION, originally titled INFECTION, was released in 2005 and features a mesmerizing synth score. COOL AIR based on an HP Lovecraft short story features an award-winning score ...winning "Best Film Score" at the PollyGrind Underground Film Festival.
Music by Wojciech Golczewski
Directed by César Ducasse and Mathieu Péteul, DARK SOULS is a French-Norwegian thriller which begins with a young woman who is attacked in the woods. Just as her father receives a call from the police asking him to identify her body, he sees her walking through the front door... As he is forced to take matters into his own hands, he begins to uncover signs of a larger industrial conspiracy whilst caring for his daughter, amidst an undead outbreak.
Music by Tony Riparetti, Jim Steinman, Roxy Gunn, Jim Saad, Steve Le Gassick, Nick Barnett
A soldier who has been fighting a long war is driven mad because he no longer believes in any purpose or righteous truth behind the killing. He comes home to a surreal world looking for his first and only love from his youth, believing she will rescue him from his demons. On the road to Edge City he encounters two seductive spree killers who oppose his efforts to find his love and the redemption he desperately seeks.
The first two "Cool Air/Invasion" and "Dark Souls" are on CD format and the third "Road to Hell" is available in digital format "HERE" and "HERE"... soon to be on Limited Cd soon from our label. So yes... I am loving my job and sharing all the good stuff that I can, I am sure I will be adding more like "Road to Hell" is the sort of sequel to 1985's "Streets of Fire" and many of the songs featured were redone by "Roxy Gunn"...
These sound interesting! I'll check them out.
I don't think I'd like the movies, but the music would probably be great. Just a little too wimpy for horror...but you know that.
Tina @ Life is Good
They all look pretty cool, especially Dark Souls.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY AGAIN!!! :D
All three soundtracks have excellent covers. Creepy and moody. I bet they're very good.
Thanks for your comment on Alex's blog about my cover reveal. I appreciated it! :-)
Ooooh, excited to check these out.
(From Sarah, With Joy>
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