Happy New Music Friday! As we overcome our Thanksgiving food coma, we offer you these delectable new soundtrack releases: the highly-anticipated Saw Anthology Vol. 1 & Vol. 2 soundtracks featuring score by Charlie Clouser from all seven movies of the successful Saw film franchise; Nails, featuring score by Ade Fenton & Tim Slade; and the long-awaited release to Before I Fall, featuring score by Adam Taylor (“The Handmaid’s Tale”).
Lakeshore Records will release the Nails (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) digitally on November 24. The album features score by Ade Fenton and Tim Slade (TV’s “Angel Of Decay”, “The Chameleon”, “The Head Hunter”). Lakeshore previously released Ade’s score to From Inside (co-composed with electronic music pioneer Gary Numan). See the track list and more details below.
Lakeshore Records will release the soundtrack to Nails, starring Shauna Macdonald (The Descent), Ross Noble (Stitches), Steve Wall (TV’s “Vikings”), and Richard Foster-King (It Never Sleeps). The album features score by Ade Fenton (From Inside) & Tim Slade. More soundtrack details coming soon!
Fantastic Films and the Executive Producer of Assault On Precinct 13 present Dennis Bartok’s Nails, screening exclusively for one-week only at the Roxie Theater in San Francisco from November 10 – 16. Get tickets at the Roxie.
Music pioneer Gary Numan and music producer Ade Fenton immersed themselves musically into the dystopian world of From Inside, an award-winning animated feature film written and directed by John Bergin (Wednesday). The album art is also designed by John Bergin, who paid homage to Gary Numan’s “Telekon” album (1980) and to his band Tubeway Army’s “That’s Too Bad” album (1978). “The jacket is printed with spot colors; a special “double-shot” process. There is also a two-sided full-color insert with exclusive artwork and liner notes,” said John. Read our original From Inside Vinyl announcement for more album art details.
From Inside (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) is available now digitally (get it here) and on CD (get it here) via Lakeshore Records, and on double vinyl — an essential collector’s item for the Gary Numan enthusiast.
On a spring day in Los Angeles, Lakeshore Records sat down with Gary Numan, electronic and industrial music pioneer, to discuss his score for From Inside, a dystopian animated feature directed by John Bergin (Wednesday). Gary Numan is now in the middle of his three-night residency in Los Angeles, performing music from three of his classic albums. Get tickets and information at GaryNuman.com.