Founded by the multi-talented Martin Bowes, UK-based experimental band Attrition has been crafting eerie gothic soundscapes for over 30 years in one form or another. While they've been considered pioneers of the darkwave music genre, they have never conformed to a single style, and their most recent dark ambient material has been highly experimental, ethereal and chilling. It's only natural that their music would one day find its way into a horror project, and that day has come with the feature film G.H.O.S.T, produced by indie horror film outfit Mutantville Productions and featuring a wall-to-wall Attrition soundtrack. That score has also been released as the album Invocation, which also stands alone as a dark musical tale similar in tone to their previous album All Mine Enemy's Whispers, which along with this release represents the group's most haunting work. I recently had the good fortune to catch up with Martin, along with his wife & creative partner Kerri, to find out more about the film and soundtrack album, as well as their upcoming record The Unraveler of Angels.