Italian horror masters Goblin to release new EP, tour North America

Italian horror masters Goblin to release new EP, tour North America

Delighting lovers of obscure music and semi-obscure film, legendary Italian horror soundtrack masters Goblin recently reformed and announced a tour. The dates for that run are below, but for those not in major markets, don't despair, for there's still a way to hear some Goblin in 2013. The group has also re-recorded four of its classic tracks—“Profondo Rosso,” “Roller,” “Suspiria,” and “Tenebrae”—and will release them on a new EP, which comes complete with cover art by Nightmare On Elm Street and Evil Dead designer Graham Humphries. That record will be pressed onto 180 gram red vinyl, and will be out in stores Oct. 15 via Death Waltz, the British label that puts out amazing LP pressings of soundtracks to films like Donnie Darko, They Live, and Let The Right One In. For those fortunate enough to be able to see them live, it will also be available at Goblin’s merch table.

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Goblin tour 2013
Oct. 1—The Loft—Atlanta, Georgia
Oct. 3—The Orange Peel—Asheville, North Carolina
Oct. 4—Otto Bar—Baltimore, Maryland
Oct. 5—Underground Arts—Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Oct. 6—Music Hall Of Williamsburg—Brooklyn, New York
Oct. 9—Sinclair—Boston, Massachusetts
Oct. 10—Le National—Montreal, Quebec
Oct. 11—Opera House—Toronto, Ontario
Oct. 12—The Crofoot—Pontiac, Michigan
Oct. 13—Metro—Chicago, Illinois
Oct. 15—The Gothic Theatre—Denver, Colorado
Oct. 18—Neumos—Seattle, Washington
Oct. 19—Hawthorne Theatre—Portland, Oregon
Oct. 20—The Regency Ballroom—San Francisco, California
Oct. 21-23—Egyptian Theater for Beyond Fest—Los Angeles, California
Oct. 25—Housecore Horror Film Festival—Austin, Texas
Oct. 27—Housecore Horror Film Festival—Austin, Texas 

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