King of the Giallo Disco Antoni Maiovvi returns with a stunning album inspired by composer Bernard Herrmann and novelist Stephen King
Released on dual-coloured black and white cassette shells with blood red pad printed text and imagery, ‘Where Dreams Go To Die’ is the new album by electronic artist and film score composer Antoni Maiovvi.
Inspired by the classic soundtracks of Bernard Herrmann and the novels of Stephen King, this collection of tracks mixes pounding synth rhythms with plaintive piano pieces. At turns thrilling, breathtakingly beautiful and utterly terrifying, this is Maiovvi as you’ve never heard him before.
‘Where Dreams Go To Die’ is available as a strictly limited run of 180 cassettes on dual-coloured shells, as well as a digital download (supplied with all retail copies). Cover and inlay artwork referencing the album’s themes and moods is provided by label-regular Eric Adrian Lee.
The story behind ‘Where Dreams Go To Die’:
Ethan Kane was hailed as the most exciting new horror novelist of his generation before tragedy befell his family, plunging his world into the depths of grief and alcoholism.
A decade later he returns to the old homestead, clean and sober for the first time, determined to begin work on his latest book. As dormant feelings begin to rise to the surface, so too does the house start to elicit paranormal events. Are these demons all in his mind? Or do they reveal the truth of what happened on that fateful day ten years ago?