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Behold the Undead of Dracula

by Black Mountain Transmitter

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Mark Dickinson
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Mark Dickinson WOW! Blood soaked horror at it's best! The perfect background for the e-book companion of the same name from muzzleland press (a collection of horror short stories in tribute to Hammer Horror!). With each note or horrifying sound, the music builds the suspense and the unseen terror that awaits in sanguine dripping visions!
Dave Aftandilian
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Dave Aftandilian Fantastically creepy Halloween treat for anyone who loves classic European horror movies and their synth-driven soundtracks. Something is crawling out of the dark woods…now standing…now lurching towards the lovely maiden with long raven tresses and milk-white bosom heaving…. Soon she is covered in blood and gore, dead and buried…. But then her red fingers claw up from the soil, her eyes burning with hatred…now she is coming for YOU!!!
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muzzlelandpress Since listening to this album, I've been seeing visions of night-black records spinning into an endless void of blood-soaked infinity. This album is cursed, cursed just like the wicked film it was based on! The undead army of the dread Count himself rises to consume the world!


Black Mountain Transmitter in association with Muzzleland Press presents the official soundtrack to:

Behold The Undead Of Dracula!

A lost Hammer/Amicus knock-off masterpiece of grindhouse cinema. Overtly weird and violent, with cosmic horror touches to the classic vampire tale. The dread count has risen from his grave and teamed up with a mad descendant of Baron Frankenstein to raise an army of unstoppable vampire undead augmented with the power of dark magic! Graphic, gothic, sensual, lurid, and banned in twelve countries, Behold the Undead of Dracula is an infamous, un-restored, electronic/synth/classical organ-drenched disaster that shocked and terrified matinee-going audiences during its limited and legendary run!

"Behold The Undead Of Dracula: Lurid Tales Of Gothic Horror" is published by and available from www.muzzlelandpress.com.

Artwork by Trevor Henderson


released October 10, 2019

All sounds decomposed by Black Mountain Transmitter 2019


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