Goblin Reimagines Themes from Dawn of the Dead and Suspiria
The creative minds behind these classic scores are celebrating with a new album.
By Jay Gervais
Italian progressive-rock band Goblin is celebrating the 40th anniversary of George A. Romero’s Dawn of the Dead along with the 41st anniversary of Dario Argento’s Suspiria in a new album titled Fearless (37513 Zombie Ave).
The release will feature brand-new arrangements of some of the most iconic tracks from each film respectively. Have a look below for the front cover and track listing below, thanks to Exclaim.
1. L'alba Dei Morti Viventi (Dawn of the Dead)
2. Zombi (Dawn of the Dead)
3. Oblio (Dawn of the Dead)
4. La Caccia (Dawn of the Dead)
5. Zaratozom (Dawn of the Dead)
6. Sighs (Suspiria)
7. Suspiria (Suspiria)
Depending on what you’re looking to buy, there are several options to choose from. Here’s a breakdown of each edition and their price point.
- Black – $30.22
- Camouflage limited edition – $36.26
- Camouflage (autographed) – $50.36
- Test press (autographed) – $135.99
The 180g LP comes enclosed in a gatefold cover.
- Regular - $18.99
- Autographed Regular - $34.00
The CD comes enclosed in a gatefold digipak packaging, along with an 8-page booklet.
LP + CD Combo:
- Black LP + gatefold digipak CD – $39.29
LP: The 180g LP comes enclosed in a gatefold cover.
CD: The CD comes enclosed in a gatefold digipak packaging, along with an 8-page booklet.
If you’re interested in pre-ordering any or all of these items, head on over to Back to the Fudda today. The album is scheduled to release next week on Christmas Eve, December 24th.
Let us know in the comments below or on any of our social media accounts if you’re adding this fine new Goblin album to your collection!
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