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Amazing soundtrack, incredible movie

Midnight Syndicate remains one of my favorite artists, simply because they are masters at what they do best, providing brilliant atmosphere and spine chilling music. This soundtrack embodies their past work, but steps onto new ground being the score for a movie. The music, while not being obtrusive to the film itself, really stands out. It helps drive home the fear and tension of the film. Each song suits the soundtrack perfectly and helps to build the aura that "The Dead Matter" creates. All in all, I highly suggest this soundtrack for anyone who enjoys either gothic, atmospheric music or horror film soundtracks in general.


Formed: 1997

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Inspired by gothic rock and other obscure sounds, Midnight Syndicate creates darkly blended compositions, that also display their pop/rock style influences. The band sustains its dramatic musical scenarios not only by way of their common musical inspirations, ranging from Black Sabbath to King Diamond, but also by a shared wish of portraying the darkest edges of existence. It was in 1991, in Cleveland, OH, that Edward Douglas decided to form Syndicate. However, it was only six years later that Syndicate's...
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