Friday, March 25, 2016
CORY STRAND "POSSESSION: A REINTERPRETATION (NOISE VERSION)" 4CDR (AOW 384A)
The film's score, by Andrzej Korzynski, is equally as stunning, a collection of anxiety-ridden queasy orchestral drones and screeches that reference both Bernard Herrmann's sense of melodrama and Ennio Morricone's drug-addled psychedelic phantasmagoria of sound.
This is the noise version of my rework of the score, and it's heavy on deep, bassy rumbles and all-out screeching earthquakes of audio filth. I wanted to make it extreme enough to stand against the film's horrific visuals; i think at the very least i've come close. Just under four hours of music.
Packaged in a DVD case with an awesome minimalist layout (i'm very into this one, really lovely) and released in a limited edition of 5 hand-numbered copies. $25 ppd. in the United States, $41 rest of world.
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