“FANGORIA MUSICK COLLECTION NO. 1” Now Available, More Added to Musick Store!


Following last week’s announcement of FANGORIA Musick Collection No. 1, fright fans have been eagerly awaiting the release of this chilling compendium of macabre music. Now, they need to wait no longer, as FANGORIA Musick Collection No. 1 is here, and FANGORIA has all the groovy details below!

Available for only $7.00 at the now-live FANGORIA Musick Store, and here is the official track listing for FANGORIA Musick’s first hard-copy disc release featuring new, never-before-heard tracks (denoted with a *)…

Track listing:

“Twist Her”* – Scifisol

“Shifting Blue” – Nexa Psionica

“Anatomy Alterations”* – KARDIAC

“Lycanthropic Dreamscape” – Werewolves in Siberia

“Black Sun”* – Throne of Anguish

“Giallo” – Carfax Asylum

“The Death Ship” – Terror of Dracula

“Every Part of U”* – Scifisol

“Cabal” – Nexa Psionica

“I Wish I Could Forget” – KARDIAC

“Deadline” – Werewolves in Siberia

“The Watchers in the Shadows” – Throne of Anguish

“Journey to the Castle” – Terror of Dracula

“Cabale” – Carfax Asylum

“Snake Charmer” – KARDIAC

“Slipping Away”* – Scifisol

Collection No. 1_Album Cover

All album artwork, as well as the Collection No. 1 Promo Video, was done by FANGORIA Musick’s very own, KARDIAC (Corey Jennings). This release coincides with the release of the Official FANGORIA Musick T-Shirts as well as an exclusive Werewolves in Siberia shirt, both of which go for $12.00 at the aforementioned Musick Store. And to sweeten the pot, every order comes with a free FANGORIA Musick sticker!

Also announcing this week is that the Musick Store now has the extended, hard copy release of KARDIAC’s first album on our label, IN THE PERIPHERAL. For fans of the underground horrorcore sensation, all album purchases from the FANGORIA Musick Store also come with a free poster as well! So don’t wait, and don’t hesitate; pick up these new FANGORIA Musick releases at the links above today!

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