Monday, 13 December 2010

Messiah of Evil - Custom Soundtrack

Rejoice, you fans of twisted, evil psychedelic madness.
I present my custom made Soundtrack for the hideously insane 1973 surreal masterpiece
No official soundtrack was released for this one, so I recorded as much audio as I could directly from the film. The results were edited over 22 separate stereo tracks, and finally mixed into one continuous piece of music.
The original score by Phillan Bishop is truly unsettling, and due to the recording process, a variety of eerie and disturbing vocals have been included in my final version.
Listen to this by candlelight with your favourite brand of cough medicine/ or use it to rid yourself of unwanted house-guests.
  • includes custom artwork
  • 320 kbps
  • Running time> 35:34
  • Download here


    1. How exciting!! I always look forward to your postings.

    2. Thanks Eddie, I'm really pleased with how this one turned out. It's a great film that comes as close to capturing a nightmare on screen as anything I've seen, and it seemed a shame that no official soundtrack exists.
      Hope you enjoy the horrific sounds.

    3. Thanks i also look forward to your posts and this looks like you're best so far.

    4. Thanks again Richard, more of these to come in the New Year.

    5. Since megaupload has been seized, any chance of re-uploading your stuff to mediafire?

    6. If you could re-upload that would be great!! :-)

    7. The download link has been re-vitalised.

      Cover your ears !

    8. Thanx a lot Fearlono for you work !
      I were hunting for a release of this amazing, haunting & disturbing soundtrack, since a long time.Still waiting an official one ...
      The movie itself is a forgotten horror masterpiece that should not be missed, such as "Let's Scare Jessica to Death" (John D. Hancock, 1971) et "Dead & Buried" (Gary Sherman, 1981).

    9. thanks, this is pure filth, appreciate the efforts you went through to bring this gem to life

      "2girls 1cup"

    10. Thanks for that!
      It's a wonderfully odd movie. Very surreal, indeed.
      Much appreciated!


    11. Thanks for the 'pure filth,' Fearlono, and for keeping the links active!