(The All Hallows' story is available to read in the about section of each track!)
All Hallows' is a full length studio album by Robin Ogden (OGRE) and Dallas Campbell. Dissecting the vocabulary of 70’s and 80’s horror soundtracks, All Hallows' recaptures the acoustic fingerprint of an era where the synthesiser was the keystone of film scoring. Plotted around an original horror story set to thrill and enhance the cinematic drama of the music, the album is a conceptual journey into fear of the unknown.
The prose trepans into the 1980’s horror tradition; as we set down the score to the greatest horror film that never was, we bring you the cinema of the imagination with a story that traverses the legacy of classic slasher flicks - unadulterated by bad acting. Combine both at once to create an active listening experience, let the music take you paragraph by paragraph to a chilling evening on the outskirts of town...
Fear the music, not the listening!
Total runtime: 55:40
Dallas' gear: Moog Sonic Six, Farfisa Syntorchestra, Korg SQ10, EHX DLX Memory Man, Doepfer Dark Time, SCI Pro One, Tascam Portastudio 424, Roland SH101, TR55, Juno 6, RS505, MKS70, CR8000.
Robin's gear: Korg Mono/Poly, MS-20, SQ-1, Volca Beats, Novation Bass Station Rack, Jen KPS 900, Ibanez CS-9, Rose Morris Avon Organ, Tape loops.
released October 27, 2015
All music composed, performed and engineered by Robin Ogden & Dallas Campbell.
An interstellar synth odyssey from my collaborative partner Dallas Campbell. This album will take you through aeons in seconds, across vistas of dying stars and beyond. An analog space revelation! OGRE
So far this is my fav Perturbator album. It has an atmosphere of being at a dark rave in the future. Lots of good songs on this album, I really like Raw Power, Future Club, and Complete Domination, but the title track imo is the best. Diego Pineda