Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails and his longgtime collaborator Atticus Ross joined forces again for a dark, brooding, synth-heavy rendition of the theme song from John Carpenter's classic slasher film, "Halloween".
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In celebration of the general spookiness of Friday the 13th and also the release of director/composer John Carpenter's Anthology: Movie Themes 1974 - 1998 (slated for release October 20), the boys in Nine Inch Nails made a decision to throw their magic on a theme that has haunted us for generations. One of the most iconic horror movies of all time, the score was also created by Carpenter. "My friends and I left the theater forever changed. John Carpenter, it's your fault that I turned out the way I did".
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This will be literal music to the ears of Halloween fans, as Carpenter's scores have become almost as famous as his movies themselves.
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Iconic horror and thriller film director John Carpenter is readying himself for the October 20 release of Anthology: Movie Themes 1974-1998, a collection of 13 classic themes from cinematic classics that include the likes of The Thing, The Fog and Escape From New York. And while we previously knew that Carpenter would be serving as executive producer for the new film, it also looks as if he'll be doing its music as well. Reznor and Ross have been making eerie, atmospheric incidental music since their soundtrack work for director David Fincher, not the least of which being the pair's ambitiously ambient, 3-disc opus that orchestrated 2011's The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo. In addition to being available to listen to on YouTube, the Reznor and Ross cover of Halloween can be purchased on Amazon.