Songs To Saw By
And because every sick & twisted horror honcho needs an explosive soundtrack, Artists' Addiction Soundtracks has compiled a list of incendiary artists such as Ministry, Skinny Puppy, Testament, and Revolting Cocks among the 14 tracks for the volatile digital-only release.
What started out as a "little" indie horror movie back in 2004 has turned into a juggernaut go-for-the-throat franchise so gruesome you want to turn away, yet so compelling you just can't. And fittingly enough, the movie soundtracks have always been amicable counterparts assaulting the senses in a fashion that would make Jigsaw proud. Adding to the sonic assault to Saw V is Charlie Clouser (ex-Nine Inch Nails), no stranger to the Saw soundtracks, with his cuts "Trap Attacks" and "What It Takes," as well as Filter's remix version of "What's Next." Other killer songs include: Testament's "True Believer," Ministry's "Death and Destruction (Remix)," Prong's "The Banishment," Die Krupps' "The Dawning of Doom," Skinny Puppy's "ugLi" and The Revolting Cocks' "Wizard of Sextown."
Artists' Addiction Soundtracks' Jonathan Platt says of the Saw V Soundtrack: "We feel that we have put together a collection of songs that really mirrors the chaos onscreen. All of our acts are big fans of the Saw series and were excited to be a part of the soundtrack and I think that energy really comes across."
This Halloween belongs to Saw V!!
SAW V SOUNDTRACK:
Trap Attacks Charlie Clouser
True Believer Testament
Death And Destruction (Remix) Ministry
What's Next (Remix) Filter
Thanks Again, Again The Almighty
The Banishment Prong
The Dawning Of Doom Die Krupps
Power Player Clutch
ugLi Skinny Puppy
Strangers William Control
Unlaced Emilie Autumn
Blood And Music Fixmer/McCarthy
Wizard Of Sextown The Revolting Cocks
What It Takes Charlie Clouser
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