Thanks to companies like Waxwork Records, Death Waltz Recording Company, One Way Static Records and Light in the Attic, the once dead vinyl format has been experiencing a big time resurgence in recent years, and the ears of us horror fans are seriously reaping the benefits of the unexpected revival. There's just something about records that makes them so much more enjoyable to listen to than CDs and digital downloads, as the consistently impressive releases from the aforementioned companies have proven.
Another company who has dipped their toes into the vinyl format is Mondo, known for their incredible alternative posters for fan-favorite movies, both new and old. As reported exclusively by our friends over on Bloody Disgusting, Mondo is next setting their sights on a vinyl release of the eerie Omen soundtrack, which is headed our way next month.
Jerry Goldsmith's Oscar-winning score comes home on a newly mastered vinyl, featuring tracks that have never before been released on the format. Housed inside of packaging that features an incredible piece of art from Phantom City Creative, the record will come pressed on black vinyl, with randomly inserted 'Mark of the Beast Translucent Red' variants - the latter of which are limited to just 200 copies.