'Twas Mischief Night at 11:59PM in Palm Springs graveyard where Jimmy and Jessica lay under the moonlight. Escaping the gazes of their parents' eyes with their guardians thinking they had fallen asleep, the two lovebirds were able to make it off into the night. As Jessica seduced Jimmy with her sweet laugh and affectionate embrace, and he with his pearly white smile and strong frame, they thought they could easily get away with a little mischief of their own. But as the town bell rang to midnight, a sudden knife plunged Jimmy's back leaving Jessica with a wide open mouth scream. As the killer fled and with Jessica yelling like a banshee in the night, all that could be heard were sirens racing to the scene. Thus began the massacre, and what is a massacre without a little music? We present to you "Music for the Murdered".
We at Brutal Resonance are proud to present our special, monthly compilation for October "Music for the Murdered"! We set out to grab a bunch of horror inspired songs, and the results were more than fantastic. From Nature of Wires' sinister cinematic track 'I Am In Hell (Help Me)' to Nightcrawler's - toted as being the Spanish John Carpenter - 'Blood Rage', we set our eyes on new and exclusive songs for your Halloween playlists.
Whether you're looking for pulse pounding hard electro with Exemia's 'Honey, I'm Home!' or searching for spooky synths with Neuron Spectre, DreamReaper, or Synthryder, you can't go wrong. Industrial clashes on the album with appearances from Droid Sector Decay, Skinfick, and Night Terrors. But with twenty tracks in total, it's almost impossible to list them all - get listening and start discovering. We got a real treat for you this time - or it a trick? Only one way to find out!
All proceeds from this album will be going towards Bat World Sanctuary, Inc., an organization founded in 1994 that rescues hundreds of bats who might otherwise die.
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Great industrial album. Of course CONFORMCO are from Chicago, late 80s epicenter of the industrial scene. If made in late 80s - early 90s, I could easily see CAD on the late great Wax Trax! record label. Well done. Bring on the Industrial renaissance. Mike Delejewski