Like We Said, the Soundtrack Is Here!

Remember when we told you about the brand new Inhumanwich! soundtrack and “Meat Is Murder!” 7″ single? Of course you do. It was only three days ago.

Well, your very short wait is over. You can buy both releases starting today! Just click on over to Bandcamp to get started.

And play it loud!

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Look Out Lips, Look Out Gums: The Soundtrack Is Here!

At long, long last, it can be told: the soundtrack album to our dumb little movie will be released this Friday!

The project has been long in the making and fairly secret – keen eyes reading the closing credits would have caught the line “soundtrack available on Phratry Records.” As we weren’t sure how long this would take to put together, that one blurb buried at the end of the film was the only thing we’ve ever said about it… until now!

The soundtrack will be available in two versions:

Inhumanwich! The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is a full length digital album featuring the entirety of John’s score, plus every other scrap of music recorded for the film, including a rare demo version of “Meat Is Murder!”

Meat Is Murder! (And Other Noises From The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) is a limited edition 7″ vinyl single for the movie’s theme song, with “Mitch’s Song” as the B side, and with exclusive tracks not available on the album. The record comes with special gatefold packaging and a download code for the complete digital album.

In a moment of pure, shameless synergy, the fine folks at Phratry decided the best time to release both the album and the single is March 29, at the world premiere of the new Argo One feature, titled, naturally enough, Phratry.

Tickets to the premiere are available here. Those of you who can’t make it will be able to order both releases online starting Friday. Check back here then for the full purchase info!

Inhumanwich Soundtrack

Dumpster Drive-In Reviews Us!

It’s been a while since we’ve had a new review roll off the presses, and now we have two, both from Zach Bender. For the “Dumpster Drive-In” column over at Morbidly Beautiful, he calls our movie “a labor of love” and adds “it just brings a smile to my face that this kind of thing exists.”

Bender also delivered a video review with his mom as part of his “Momster Movies” series on YouTube. There, they both giggle over what they call a “perfect” movie, which is a bit delusional, but we’ll take it.

You can read Zach’s print review here and watch the Momster review here.