In case you haven't noticed today is Friday the 13th.in the month of Hallowe'en, no less.
The Halloween theme is one of the most recognizable horror themes and for someone to attempt to cover it, they have huge shoes to fill.
Ahead of this, Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross have combined to record a moody, oppressive, and downright terrifying version of the "Halloween" theme. "My friends and I left the theater forever changed". We were damaged and scarred...and that theme stuck firmly in our heads. As promised, Trent Reznor has unleashed his cover of John Carpenter's classic Halloween theme - a redo you can now stream in full.
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The new album of Carpenter's iconic film scores will be available on October 20.
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Pick up the duo's version of the "Halloween" theme and Anthology: Movie Themes 1974-1998 on Amazon.
This record is a pretty solid overview of John Carpenter's greatest themes, from his very first movie, the zero-budget sci-fi Dark Star, to 1998's supernatural Western, Vampires.
For his part, Carpenter is very pleased with the band's cover of his work.
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In the weeks following the album's release, Carpenter will hit the road again, playing both his well known movie themes and material from his two Lost Themes albums.