Goblin : Giallo Live – 24/06/13

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We are very excited to be working with one of the most influential Italian bands of all time Goblin. This October they head out on their first ever tour of the USA and are releasing a tour EP featuring four brand new versions of the Goblin classics Suspiria , Tenebrae, Profondo Rosso & Roller exclusively through Death Waltz. These re-recorded versions by the recently reunited band not only manage to capture the spirit of the original recordings but instill them with an urgency and intensity that is truly representative of their recent live performances. The EP will only be available on the US tour and will be pressed on blood red 180g vinyl featuring exclusively comissioned artwork by legendary poster artist Graham Humphreys (Evil Dead, A Nightmare On Elm Street).

If this wasn’t excitement enough we have also teamed up with our friends at Amity to program a night of live music from Goblin complete with a 35mm screening of Dario Argento’s classic Deep Red at the World famous Egyptian Theater on Hollywood Blvd.

The live performance / screening will kick off Amity’s first ever ‘Beyond Fest’ a festival that aims to deliver the elite in horror, sci-fi, fantasy, and badass cinema, Beyond Fest runs for two weeks throughout October exclusively at the legendary Egyptian Theater on Hollywood Boulevard. Globally sourced and comprising of a diverse and eclectic mix of gala premieres, rare retrospectives, and special events, Beyond Fest programming is anchored in bringing firsts to the community of genre fans in Los Angeles.

We’ll be hosting several other nights during Beyond Fest. Annoucement soon.

9 thoughts on “Goblin : Giallo Live

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  2. Damn. One we won’t get our hands on over here in Blighty then. But good news all the same. Fine work as usual keep it up!

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  5. Just got my ticket to see Goblin play Suspiria live in Belfast along with the screening of the movie …. cant wait

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