|2.||red out of blackness|
|4.||void figure 8|
|5.||void figure 4|
|6.||dead family materialization|
|7.||void figure 6|
|10.||moments in void|
|12.||shadows are your home now|
|13.||not the house|
|14.||the kept in the Further|
|16.||into the Further 2|
|17.||I'll show you|
|18.||the dark room|
|21.||calling the dead|
|22.||visit the injured|
|26.||out while alive|
Void Recordings presents a new soundtrack album for the first three movies in the Insidious series.
The Vinyl LP More Music From the Further is a collection of 27 unreleased and developmental score pieces from the first three Insidious films composed by Joseph Bishara.
It includes raw takes and pre-scores, unreleased sequences, and pieces written for and around this dark astral realm.
The colors of each film emerge through the body of work, held together by the unifying tone that has sonically defined the world of Insidious.
With an approach to avant-garde composition influenced in part by early goth and industrial music as well as the soundtrack works by Tangerine Dream and John Carpenter (whom he has worked with), Bishara is noted for his disregard for horror film score conventions and instead employs 'gut-wrenching string dissonance, haunting electronic sounds and sudden crescendoes' (ASCAP. Com).
Using strings and percussion to create effects designed to evoke 'maximum shock effect' in the listener, his inventive approach can be heard in all of the Insidious films and well as The Conjuring (1 &2) and Annabelle.