Last month, hard rock band Manchester Orchestra released Hope, which was a reimagining of this year’s release Cope, taking every track and giving it a stripped down, acoustic approach.
Vocalist Andy Hull stated:
We were noticing that all the beautiful, slow stuff was working with all the really loud and fast stuff. The seed was planted to go back and create a full circle of an album.
While the album is out digitally, the CD and vinyl versions will be coming out November 18th (pre-order here). And in anticipation of this release, we got Hull to put together a list of his top 10 horror movies!
From soul crushing to side splitting, zombie packed to demon possessed, this list is damn solid and features some of the great, entertaining titles that the genre has to offer! In fact, I’d almost go so far as to say that this list would be the perfect starting point for introducing someone to horror. Head on in to check out what I’m talking about so that you can see for yourself!
Make sure to pick up a copy of Hope via iTunes.
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