Music Reviews

Fantomas

The Director’s Cut

Ipecac

Dude, evil Mike Patton’s Fantomas covers sixteen horror/thriller movie overtures and• OK, they cover about thirty seconds of sixteen horror/thriller movie overtures, and from there inject several minutes of their own screaming black death metal. The movies range from The Godfather to Night of the Hunter to Charade to The Omen and more. A must have for your “use this to clear the room” shelf. A masterpiece! I would remind everyone that the record company is named after a syrup one takes to induce vomiting.

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