As we reported last fall, the documentary “Industrial Accident: The Story of Wax Trax! Records” — which, to date, has only screened at film festivals and special events — will be released on DVD and Blu-ray in April, along with a soundtrack album. Check out an unreleased Revolting Cocks track right here.
Steven Severin these days devotes himself to making new music for old movies, composing and performing scores for decades-old silent films. Now, though, he’s providing the score to “Borley Rectory,” an animated documentary about the “most famous haunted house in England.”
Tim Burton’s latest stop-motion creation, “Frankenweenie,” doesn’t debut in theaters for another 10 days, but the companion album Frankenweenie Unleashed! came out today featuring a brand-new recording from The Cure’s Robert Smith: a woozy cover of the old Frank Sinatra standard “Witchcraft,” which you can stream here.
The Cure’s Robert Smith is again teaming up with director Tim Burton, following up his contribution to the companion album to Burton’s 2010 version of “Alice in Wonderland” with a song on the upcoming Frankenweenie Unleashed!, a 14-track collection of songs “inspired by” the filmmaker’s new stop-motion creation.
Having toured sporadically and released a new best-of, the reunited Soundgarden has now hit the recording studio, and today debuted 22 whole seconds of its first new song in 15 years: ‘Live to Rise,’ a sludgy rocker that will feature in this summer’s comic book blockbuster ‘The Avengers.’
Former Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr joined composer Hans Zimmer and a 20-piece orchestra last night in Hollywood to perform the score to ‘Inception,’ the new mind-twister from “The Dark Knight” director Christopher Nolan.
With little fanfare, Matt Johnson today released the first new The The since 2000’s ‘NakedSelf’: a 24-song soundtrack to the indie serial-killer film ‘Tony.’
Out March 23, the soundtrack to ‘Hot Tube Time Machine’ features such ’80s film staples as Echo & The Bunnymen’s ‘Bring On the Dancing Horses’ and New Order’s ‘Bizarre Love Triangle,’ plus tracks by The Replacements (‘I Will Dare’), INXS (‘What You Need’) and The English Beat (‘Save it For Later’).
It’s not out until next month, but — thanks to Stereogum — you can now hear Robert Smith of The Cure covering “Very Good Advice” from Disney’s original “Alice in Wonderland,” which the iconic frontman has recorded for Tim Burton’s new live-action take on the Lewis Carroll classic.
Tweet Robert Smith, iconic frontman of The Cure, will make a rare solo appearance on the soundtrack to Tim Burton’s live-action “Alice in Wonderland” later […]
This past weekend saw the release of “Adventureland,” a sweet and very funny coming-of-age tale set in 1987 that’s as notable for its ample cinematic […]