The soundtrack AND score for I, Frankenstein, which our own Evan Dickson calls “the worst theatrically released film I have seen in three years,” are now available. The soundtrack, which has 13 tracks, features music by By Maker (Filter‘s Geno Lenardo and Year Long Disaster‘s Daniel Davies) almost exclusively, except for a track from 8MM, one by Justin Lassen, and one with Geno Lenardo feat. Prashant Aswani. Meanwhile, the score features original music composed by Johnny Klimek and Reinhold Heil with vocals courtesy of Dead Can Dance‘s Lisa Gerrard. Head below for the covers and track listing. READ MORE
Dead Can Dance, the Australian neo-classical duo comprised of Brendan Perry and Lisa Gerrard, has announced that they will be releasing a new album in 2012 as well as embarking on a two-month world tour. This will be the first new studio album since 1996′s Spiritchaser. In anticipation of this, the group has made available a four-track EP for free download on their website (you can use the widget below), which is comprised of live tracks taken from their 2005 tour.
Recently, Sully Erna of Godsmack fame posted a MySpace EPlaylist of songs that shaped his musical upbringing and his styles of today. Unfortunately for MySpace (and fortunate for us), they didn’t allow any descriptions to be posted along with those songs. Well, Sully sent them on over to Bloody-Disgusting for all of you readers to check out after the jump!