Giallo Disco Releases Vercetti Technicolor’s ‘Bay Of Blood’ EP

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Giallo Disco Records has announced the release of Vercetti Technicolor‘s new EP Bay Of Blood, a collection of dark electronic tracks highly influenced by 70′s and 80′s horror. The 12″ can be ordered here.

The official press release offers this description of Bay Of Blood: “Vercetti Technicolor’s Bay Of Blood EP rises from salt water graves upon lost voodoo cursed Islands. ‘Tropical Terror Suite I’ is a perfect introduction, vast landscapes of post-apocalyptic beauty, and yet somehow the dead birds still sing. Jungle Witch Hunt’s frantic percussion mirrors your own heartbeat as you journey further into the wilderness, machete slipping from a nervous sweat. Tema Di Kerstin is its own lost temple, its own monolith… Inferno sees you face to face with a long dead beast fighting for your life. The final scene finds ‘Inferno’ remixed through the terrifying lens of Not Not Fun’s Xander Harris accentuating the cosmic disco elements into a storming dancefloor heavyweight, after the void… there is only space…

You can listen to the EP as well as see a video below.

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  • MontagTheMagician

    That picture is confusing. The picture is from Anthropophagus also known as The Grimm Reaper not Bay of Blood which is also known as Twitch of the Death Nerve.

    • JonathanBarkan

      If there were an official online horror trivia tournament, I’d pick you to be on my team in a heartbeat.

  • Giallo Disco

    Hello Montag, if we can answer your question. The use of Anthropophagus was because Vercetti Technicolor is a Greek producer and whilst we could have chosen a character from Singapore Sling or Island Of Death (which was filmed on the island Vercetti is actually from) we went with The Beast. The Bay Of Blood title refers only to an image rather than the Mario Bava film (although I always thought “Twitch Of The Death Nerve” was an amazing title) these are original compositions.

    Thanks again BD for the support. We’ve got a plethora of upcoming releases of soundtracks for films that haven’t been made… yet.