40th Anniversary limited gray vinyl, plus poster
The legendary 1978 Romero film "Dawn of the Dead" is known not only for its impact on the zombie genre but also for its amazing Goblin soundtrack, which features mostly on the European cut of the film (Argento's Zombi cut).
Rustblade presents Claudio Simonetti and his Goblin playing and reinterpreting the score of one of the most famous horror movies of all times to celebrate 40 years of the idolized film "Dawn of the Dead" directed by George Romero and produced by Dario Argento. It is the second film of Romero's "Living Dead" Trilogy, and shows in a larger scale the apocalyptic effects of the dead returning to life, and seeking human victims. The original soundtrack for the film was composed and performed by long-time Dario Argento musical collaborators, Goblin.
The music that accompanies the movie is a mix of prog and electronic rock full of tension and magic tribalism. Piercing guitars, Synth orchestration and virtualism give life to thousands of blood thirsty zombies. An unmissable release.
|1. L'Alba Dei Morti Viventi|
|3. At The Safari|
|4. Torte In Faccia|
|6. La Caccia|
|10. Zombi Sexy|
|11. L'Alba Dei Morti Viventi (Live in Tokyo)|
|12. Zaratozom (Live in Helsinki)|