The infamous set-piece from Lucio Fulci's gore epic is now immortalized in this grisly hand-sculpted polyresin statue, signed by the “victim” John Morghen!
The record will come pressed on black vinyl, with randomly inserted 'Mark of the Beast Translucent Red' variants.
Indie label Light in the Attic is offering imported vinyl editions of the Italian rockers' early recordings, including their most beloved horror soundtracks.
Two industrial giants once joined forces to remix several tracks from “Broken” and “The Downward Spiral,” and now those recordings will finally be released on CD and vinyl.
Set for release on January 28th of next year, the release marks the very first time Christopher Komeda's complete soundtrack for the 1968 classic has been pressed to vinyl.
Don Peake's soundtrack for the original Hills Have Eyes is given new life on both vinyl and cassette!
Serious audiophiles probably won't find this memorial method so unusual... in fact, they might even be saying “Dude, why didn't somebody think of this before?”
Mondo's upcoming vinyl release of the Halloween soundtrack includes 28 tracks and marks the very first time the full version of Carpenter's soundtrack has ever been released on the format.
We took a listen to the chilling sixth studio album from this innovative dark electro artist. Check our review and the haunting new video for "Immaterial!"
It's Monster Surfing Time! Three legendary bands came together to stuff our Halloween goodie bag with old school horror-rock jams. Check out our review!