Yet, if there is a particular something that makes Graveyard the band they are, it is their habit of infusing traditional Heavy Metal riffery into a Death Metal maelstrom. It is not the interludes, cover art or the guitar tone, even all of them have always been following a certain tradition. The Graveyard way is how the melodies pick the riff underneath it and carry it ever onwards. Or how they change a blastbeat to gallop every now and then, leaving the punters going nuts in the pit.
It sounds to me as if there is as much Running Wild in the mix now as there is Bolt Thrower. Far from the one trick ponies typical in this genre of music. Turbulent music, but still enjoyable in a perfect Heavy Metal manner. So where do they stand? Well… Graveyard might not be able to take you by surprise in like they have done in the past, but they still seem to be able to deliver a stand-out Death Metal record without even having any trouble in doing so.
Nameless Hordes 2. Entering The Void 3. Dominion Of Darkness 4. Covenant 5. Introduction To Humanity Annihilation 2. New Virus Baptism 3. Illusions Of Reality 4. Interior War 5. Inner Reflections 6. Deletion In Progress 7. Sacrifical Ritual Of Ugarit Dead 8. The Plague 9. Techno Decomposition World 1. Blinded by Light Shrouded Mestasis Become Insane Unprecedented Salvation Twisted Obsession Flesh Famine The Astral Awakening Sin of the Innocent Relentless Cleansing Inhumane Ich bin Krieg Intro War Against War The Beast The Only Way War Long Forgotten Let Their Cities Burn Through Hell What You Deserve A Prayer for Better Days This Must Not Be the End Holding Out for a Hero Bonnie Tyler cover Damned Diamonds Treasures Pretoria Kongo Ever Forgotten Gold Travesty Pilgrim Wading Through Corpses Emanate Death Within the Infinite The Great Amalgamation Delusions Become Reality Psychosis Personified Conquered World Need For Spread 2.
A Shitty Dealer 3. Permanent Horror 4. A Saviour 5. Lethal Laughter 6. March Of The Ducks 7. The Way 8. Eaten By Pigs 9. The Path After The Eclipse My Kingdom The Dawn.
NPG Records assumed. The Dawn unreleased movie. AlchemyStore New arrivals from Chaos Records! Question "Reflections of the Void" new review via Invisible Oranges. This is the type of album that makes a band worthy of remembering. Four offerings of pure darkness for maniacs of Demigod, Abhorrence, and Adramelech. DPF ". Orders that include the cassette will be shipped as soon as they arrive we hope they will be here tomorrow.
In our bandcamp the shirts and cassettes are out of stock, for those who could not buy through Bancamp, we still have copies available in our online store: chaos-records. Question "Reflections of the Void" new review via Wonderbox Metal. With any luck it will see Question attaining a much-deserved higher profile in the metal of death underworld. It was only once I had started, that I found that someone else had already attempted much the same sort of project. Chris Stavrakis had posted a cue sheet to his website LivingDead.
Zombi Soundtrack by Goblin - Cinevox. I made contact with both Chris and John, and with their help, and that of other like-minded collectors, I went beyond Chris's earlier work and created a master list which identified the majority of the tracks used in all three versions of Dawn Of The Dead. I now know, that there were still some errors in that revised 67 track LivingDead.
I did recognize one of the old LivingDead. Using my cue list, along with copies of the newly identified library tracks themselves, kindly given to me buy the collectors I was working with, I spent around 6 weeks mixing a soundtrack to the Extended cut of the film, using Reaper 3.
The finished soundtrack covers virtually all the library cues used in the film, and some parts of the Goblin score where used. It has 71 tracks and runs for m 21s, including a bonus track from the Argento cut of the film. Track 57 of the soundtrack was deliberately as 2 seconds of blank audio. It's made up from a single cue, but the source used to produce it has not yet been identified, so space has been left allowing it to be easily be integrated in the future without having to re-number the rest of the tracks again.
Another 4 short cues in addition to these also remained unidentified, but for the purposes of the soundtrack, they were 'faked' either by using samples from the original film soundtrack, or from sound effect samples, or by careful audio editing, meaning the final tracks sound as identical as I could make them. Should any of these cues be identified they would obviously be integrated into any future release. Depending on how the tracks played in the film, I either let the cues play in full, edited them, or mixed them.
Of the 71 tracks, 1 cue is completely missing, 14 have been left unedited and play in full as per the original source cues, 14 have been either edited down, shortened or mixed, but still made from a single source cue, and 42 have been mixed from 2 or more source cues.
In the film these maybe overlaid with speech or sound effects, but listened to in isolation sound quite jarring. I also assembled all my findings into a website which preserves the information I have collected and makes it easily accessible to other fans, where you can see the cue listings themselves, along with more information about the project via the link below.
This site was later taken up and integrated as a sub-site in the popular zombie genre website HomePageOfTheDead. CD cover artwork - folding front sleeve click to enlarge. CD cover artwork - inside back click to enlarge. Just as a update written some years after completing the bulk of this project, I did try hawking this round and never got so much as a bit of interest.
That means this score as made is basically unrealisable, as some of the cues might only feature for a few seconds in the film.A farewell to dawn: 9 FAKES REASONS: Days Of Downfall: A CANOROUS QUINTET: The quintessence: A FAILING DEVOTION: The fallen: A FOREST OF STARS: A Shadowplay for Yesterdays: A PLANE TO THE VOID: Commedia: A STORM OF LIGHT: As The Valley of Death Becomes Us, Our Silver Memories Fade: .