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John Carpenter’s First Track From ‘Halloween Ends’ Has Arrived

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Halloween is here again, y’all. David Gordon Green’s trilogy is coming to an end with Halloween Ends and with it we get another rad chapter of music from John and Cody Carpenter. The first track off the album titled, Procession is a great first track from the album.

You can head over to Sacred Bones to place your order on one of many variants of the album.

The score to Halloween Ends description is as follows.

The unmistakable mix of software synths, vintage analogue equipment, and live instrumentation is utilized once again to provide the signature sound of Halloween. However, rumors have it that Halloween Ends is going to be somewhat different from the previous two films in the trilogy. With that comes an expanded soundtrack, one that matches the tone of a tangible rise in stakes and conveys the climatic feel of the film. The soundtrack of the third installment broadens old themes whilst creating new ones in an effort to bring renewed life to one of the most epic horror scores ever written. Carpenter elaborates, “The main themes have all been passed down from the original Halloween. We have refined them and created new themes for new characters.”

The synopsis for Halloween Ends goes like this:

Four years after her last encounter with masked killer Michael Myers, Laurie Strode is living with her granddaughter and trying to finish her memoir. Myers hasn’t been seen since, and Laurie finally decides to liberate herself from rage and fear and embrace life. However, when a young man stands accused of murdering a boy that he was babysitting, it ignites a cascade of violence and terror that forces Laurie to confront the evil she can’t control.

Halloween Ends arrives in theaters October 14.

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Muse Unleashes Spooky Video For ‘You Make Me Feel Like it’s Halloween’ Filled With ‘Christine’, ‘It’, ‘The Shining’ and More

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Muse unleashed a new single from their upcoming LP, Will of the People. The single is a perfect drop for this time of year considering it is all about the spooky season. The new synth-driven, haunted space opera of a song is rightfully titled, You Make Me Feel Like It’s Halloween.

The new video is wall-to-wall filled with horror movie references. Everything from Friday the 13th to Misery is represented across an intensely fast-edited horror show. The whole thing is built around a group of masked burglars breaking into an old mansion and then discovering that they chose the wrong house big time.

You can check out the video for Muse’s You Make Me Feel Like It’s Halloween below. Let us know what horror movie references you spot in the new video.

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Waxwork Records Reveals ‘The Munsters’ “I Got You Babe” Single

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Rob Zombie’s The Munsters has a few surprises up its sleeve leading up to its release. Today Waxwork Records announced the addition of the original Sonny and Cher – lover pop duo track for The Munsters soundtrack. This special edition vinyl comes in an awesome happy face yellow and brings with it all kinds of psychedelic vibes.

Of course, the actual track is Lily and Herman singing to each other. Lily’s voice is great while Herman’s is hilariously ear piercing.

The I got You Babe product description goes like this:

Can you dig it, man? Come groove with Herman and Lily Munster as they pay tribute to the classic Sonny and Cher love song featured in the all-new Rob Zombie feature film, THE MUNSTERS!

Waxwork Records is thrilled to present “I GOT YOU BABE” as a deluxe 12″ single pressed to 180 gram Yellow vinyl! Featuring performances by Sheri Moon Zombie & Jeff Daniel Phillips, produced by Rob Zombie and Zeuss! The single’s B-Side features an etching of the two kooky love birds and is housed in a psychedelic heavyweight jacket with matte satin coating presented with all new art by Rob Zombie! 

Head on over to Waxwork Records right here and place your order for the Munsters collectible.

Make sure to check out the hilarious track below.

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Jordan Peele’s ‘Nope’ is Coming to Waxwork Records Vinyl

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Jordan Peel’s Nope wasn’t just a great film. It also had a rad soundtrack and score to boot. Waxwork Records made sure to focus their attention on the new rad score by way of a beautiful new vinyl with artwork from Ethan Mesa and we are glad they did.

The synopsis for Nope went like this:

“Two siblings running a horse ranch in California discover something wonderful and sinister in the skies above, while the owner of an adjacent theme park tries to profit from the mysterious, otherworldly phenomenon.”

The Nope soundtrack includes:

The Complete Film Score by Michael Abels Original Artwork by Ethan Mesa180-gram “Cloud and Pennant Banner” Colored VinylHeavyweight Gatefold JacketLiner Notes from Tyree Boyd-Pates 12”x12” Booklet

Nope marks Abels’ third feature film score with director Jordan Peele, having previously scored Peele’s GET OUT and US. The album also features songs from the film, including a new version of Corey Hart’s classic “Sunglasses at Night (Jean Jacket Mix)”, Dionne Warwick’s “Walk on By”, The Lost Generation’s “This is the Lost Generation”, Exuma’s “Exuma, the Obeah Man”, and a never-before-released gem by a young Jodie Foster, “La Vie C’est Chouette” from the 1977 film MOI, FLEUR BLEUE.

You can head over to Waxwork Records now to place your Pre-order on the Nope soundtrack. The record is due to ship out this December.

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