‘Miami Cannibal Massacre’ Should Be Your Soundtrack For This Weekend

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It’s the weekend after Halloween and the ghosts and withces are beginning to come down so people can hang up Thanksgiving turkeys and Christmas lights (blech). But for most of us the horror will continue, regardless of the end of Halloween. And to keep that spirit alive, sometimes all you need is a damn good soundtrack to remind you of all that you love about horror. Enter Miami Cannibal Massacre, a 27-track, two-hour compilation album that features horror-influenced electronica and synthwave from artists such as Nightcrawler, Batch Sound, Cyberdeck Avenger, Surgeryhead, and many more. It’s only 10 euros (or more if you’re feeling generous) and it’s perfect for home listening, parties, or other fun events.

Head on down to listen and, if you want, purchase!

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  • jack

    this is sorta fun.

    so hilariously awkward: “it’s perfect for home listening, parties, or other fun events”.

    I just would’ve been at a loss of what to do with music had you not specified.

  • huntermc

    I love the cover – I wish I had a 30 year old vinyl LP of this. The music is a great retro throwback, too.