Mogwai will be releasing their score to the new French zombie centered television series, Les Revenants (loosely adapted from the 2004 film of the same name), on February 25th. The group have released a teaser EP of the soundtrack that features four tracks from the full release and can be purchased digitally on iTunes. For those who are interested in a physical release, a 10″ vinyl (limited to 2,000 copies) will be released on January 28th. Below are the track listings to both the EP and the full soundtrack below as well as a stream of each song from the aforementioned EP.
It should be obvious to everyone at this point that I am HUGE David Lynch fan and hopefully some of you guys are too. At any rate, I am pleased to announced that the record label Sacred Bones has teamed up with David Lynch once again (recently collaborated on a remix of Zola Jesus’ “In Your Nature) to reissue the soundtrack to his classic, surreal 1977 film Eraserhead. The soundtrack will be released on August 6th in deluxe vinyl format and will be limited to 1,500 copies and will include a digital download of the soundtrack, a 16 page booklet, three 11″ prints, and a 7″ of the film’s original song that you should all be familiar with (or be familiar with the Pixies’ cover of it), “In Heaven”. I am excited! Below is the original soundtrack for all those who are interested.
You may remember me posting about noise/electronic band Health’s new foray into video game soundtracks with Max Payne 3. Well, the band has released the first cut from the soundtrack and it’s pretty phenomenal. The track is called “Tears” and is a hypnotic and catchy electronic based song that is definitely influenced by the work the band did on their last studio effort, Get Color. The soundtrack itself will be released next week and you better believe I am getting my hands on it whether or not I play the game…which I won’t. Check out this killer track below.
How odd. Noise pop/rock band HEALTH are to compose the soundtrack for the upcoming Max Payne 3 videogame (May 15th). So imagine gun fights and slow motion dives to the tune of noisy HEALTH jams. Here is what the band had to say regarding the project: