Screamworks Records (SWR14012)
Release Date: July 8, 2014
|3.||Diana Rolls into Town||2:10|
|4.||Cassie or Diana||1:54|
|5.||Afraid No More||2:35|
|6.||Hide and Seek||3:59|
|7.||Face to Face||3:19|
|9.||Needle in the Heart||1:57|
|10.||Racing to Hector||1:19|
|11.||Want to Wake Up||2:28|
|12.||She Puts the Eye in Stiletto||2:39|
|13.||Victims in Common||2:39|
|14.||Unicorns and Self Portraits||5:12|
|15.||The Killer Stalks||2:47|
|18.||I Always Get What I Want||2:05|
|19.||Kelly Gets Taken||2:32|
|20.||Photos of the Dead||3:29|
|22.||Shockwaves of Pure Love – Finale||3:44|
|Total Album Time:||57:36|
Screamworks Records presents its latest exotic genre offering, the independent Australian giallo thriller by co-writer/director Sam Barrett.
The thrilling score for Sororal was nominated in the category of Best Original Music at the 26h West Australian Screen Awards. The music is written by Christopher de Groot, a Melbourne based composer, multi-instrumentalist and improviser. Primarily a pianist with a background in jazz and classical composition, de Groot has a strong interest in music for film having scored several feature films.
As the genre suggests, Sororal is inspired by the sound of Italian giallo scores, including the works of Dario Argento's own favorites like Goblin and Ennio Morricone. The diverse score combines electronic and acoustic resources, including choral music recorded at the St Paul's Catholic Church in Perth. Christopher de Groot's music is some of the most refreshing and eclectic horror music to be heard in a contemporary filmwhile it's paying tribute to its genre predecessors, it is also a totally unique, challenging work with highly original concepts that properly compliment the inherent nastiness of the giallo.
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