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Sunday, July 13, 2014

ITALIAN HORROR WEEK: GOBLIN VINYL GIVEAWAY FROM SHIT MOVIE FEST

Last year Shit Movie Fest gave us an amazing giveaway of a Mike Smash original Italian Horror mirror along with a nice look into the world of Curious Goods! This year in honor of Italian Horror Week, Shit Movie Fest is giving away a little piece of Goblin, the Goblin tour vinyl as purchased on the 2013 tour.

Please continue to support the amazing Mike Smash at Curious Goods here: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Curious-Goods/253775944660688?fref=ts

Now I was at the show in Philly with Secret Chiefs 3 and was blown away by the bigger than life soundscapes of both opening act and Goblin themselves. That along with the Exhumed Films trailer reel set up in the adjacent room provided one of my fondest memories of Italian Horror Week to date. They played everything (except of course for the Simonetti solo works that I forgot were solo works).


To win this prize all you have to do is like Shit Movie Fest’s Facebook page and the Doc Terror Facebook page and email me the name of your favorite Goblin score, subject line GOBLIN GIVEAWAY at jimmy@docterror.com and include your name and address. Simple as that. We will notify the winner on Friday July 18th.


For full details on the Death Waltz product go here (one of my favorite record labels):

http://deathwaltzrecordingcompany.com/shop/goblin-2013-tour-ep/

From Death Waltz:



PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Released Oct 31st

The legendary Italian band Goblin recently reformed and went back into the studio to re-record 4 classic tracks especially for this EP. Treating the originals with the reverence they deserve but updating them to sound more in line with their current live set up. we couldn’t be more thrilled to be exclusively releasing this EP to support their current world tour. What better than revisiting an old friend ? Revisiting that old friend with a new sense of vigor and urgency.

140gm Clear Red red vinyl cut at 45rpm .

Exclusive cover art by Graham Humpreys.

Tracklisting

Profondo Rosso

Roller

Suspiria

Tenebre

Here’s my favorite Goblin tune at the moment to get you in the mood:


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