A second Goblin show added in Los Angeles, “TENEBRAE” to screen afterMovies/TV,News Samuel Zimmerman
If you’ve not heard, something tremendously exciting is happening. Goblin, the innovative Italian prog-rockers so famous for their iconic scores to films like SUSPIRIA, DEEP RED and more are coming to the U.S., full-band style for a tour this October. The shows are on sale now and as expected many have sold out. Demand is strong however, and L.A. has received a second date at the Egyptian, this time followed by a 35mm print of TENEBRAE!
After the first Los Angelese date sold out in just an hour, the Egyptian Theatre will host Goblin a second evening on October 23 and what’s more, the fine folk at Death Waltz Recording Co. are co-promoting and celebrating by releasing a tour-exclusive EP featuring four brand new versions of the Goblin classics SUSPIRIA, TENEBRAE, PROFONDO ROSSO & ROLLER. “These re-recorded versions by the recently reunited band not only manage to capture the spirit of the original recordings but instill them with an urgency and intensity that is truly representative of their recent live performances. The EP will only be available on the US tour and will be pressed on blood red 180g vinyl featuring exclusively comissioned artwork by legendary poster artist Graham Humphreys (Evil Dead, A Nightmare On Elm Street).”
Tickets for the second Goblin show go on sale on Wednesday, July 3rd at 10 a.m. through Brown Paper Tickets. There are two tickets available: VIP and General Admission. VIP tickets are priced at $75 (plus booking fee) and limited to 65 tickets. VIP tickets include: access to band soundcheck, pre-show meet and greet with the band, commemorative event poster signed by Graham Humphreys (variant version of that detailed above), and first entry into theater for the live performance and Tenebrae screening. General admission tickets are priced at $30 (plus booking fee) and provide access to the live performance and Tenebrae screening.