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A Night At The Movies

by Firejack

Chunky guitar riffs and melodic soloing. A heavy, guitar-oriented album with a horror movie theme.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Instrumental Metal
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  Song Share Time Download
1. March of the Zombies
2:19 $0.80
2. Zombies Go To Funland
5:01 $0.80
3. Ghost In the Well
10:50 $0.80
4. The Ancient Ones
5:42 $0.80
5. Alien Invasion From Chi Sagittarii
6:39 $0.80
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Album Notes

The mist settles over the graveyard as the residents of Valdosta sleep in their beds.
One by one the dead begin to stir from their resting places as the mist seeps into their dry, twisted bodies.
They are reanimated into hellish, un-dead nightmares that hunger for human brains.
As one, the zombie horde shambles forward to descend upon the living of Valdosta.



The zombies have snacked on all the residents of Valdosta (or so they think) and are searching for something new.
They chance upon an Amusement Park and proceed to lose themselves in an orgy of fun.
This creates the perfect diversion for the few remaining humans to attack and "send them back to hell".


3. GHOST IN THE WELL [10:48]

My tribute to the terrifying Japanese horror movie “Ring O – Birthday”.

0:00 - 2:19
Sadako, a young girl who inherited strange psychic abilities from her mother, yearns to fit-in and be normal.
Her mother committed suicide after being accused of killing a group of journalists during a psychic demonstration.
Sadako also has a dangerous evil twin who was locked up in her father's attic at a young age.
It was the evil twin who killed the journalists through her psychic connection with Sadako.
The wife of one of the journalists who was killed during the psychic demonstration has been investigating her husband's death.
Her search is leading her closer to Sadako and the evil twin.
Under the advice of her psychologist, Sadako joins an acting troupe as therapy.
She falls in love with one of the troupe members but is mostly feared and despised by her jealous fellow actors and assistants.

2:20 - 4:41
The acting troupe are a superstitious lot who believe that bad things have been occurring since Sadako joined their troupe.
Most of the troupe have been experiencing a chilling dream.
It turns out that Sadako's evil twin has been tormenting the troupe through her psychic connection with Sadako.
After a few deaths and then a horror opening night, Sadako is blamed and the actors and assistants form a mob.
They corner Sadako and beat her to death.
Her restrained boyfriend can only watch in dismay.
The wife of the dead journalist joins the group shortly after and explains about Sadako's evil twin.

4:42 - 5:20
The group, now accompanied by the wife of the dead journalist, head off to Sadako's father's home to dish out mob-justice to Sadako's evil twin.

They take Sadako's body back with them.
Sadako's body miraculously returns to life due to the power of the evil twin's psychic connection.
However, this time Sadako and the evil twin are somehow one.

5:21 - 7:19
Sadako, posessed by her evil twin, goes on a murderous rampage taking revenge on those that tried to kill her.
Her boyfriend gets in the way and is also killed.

7:20 - 8:13
Sadako's father is too late to stop her rampage.
He finds her returned to normal (no sign of the evil twin) sobbing in a corner of their home.
He falsely comforts her and promises her that all will be ok.
Sadako belives him.
He injects her with a "sedative" that is actually poison.
He has lost his mind and intends to kill Sadako and himself.

8:14 - 9:46
The poison chokes and weakens Sadako, but it doesn't kill her.
She stumbles outside and falls to the ground.
She claws her way along and eventually finds herself beside the well.
As she is using the well to help herself to her feet, her father clobbers her across the head with an axe and tosses her in.

9:47 - 10:49
Sadako, still alive after her ordeal, is trapped in the well.
Her father seals her in, leaving her to fester with bitterness and rage to eventually become the murderous spirit of The Ring.



They exist in the deepest depths of the sea.
Creatures of alien form like nothing else on the planet.
Of sinewy strength and barbed fangs, the once proud creatures were no match for their conquerors.
They are an ancient race defeated by gunpowder and steel.

Adults tell their children that the creatures are a myth - the creatures’ plans are succeeding.
Deep in their watery hideouts, they yearn to return to the land and take back what was once theirs.
They plot their revenge with sinister malice, desperate to enact revenge on those that forced them out into the sea.

Waiting for time to provide the numbers that they need to revel in the suffering of
their tormentors.



In 1977 the Big Ear radio telescope at Ohio State University receives a 72 second radio signal of unknown origin.
Location determined to be near star group Chi Sagittarii.

In 1999 a violent outburst at star group Chi Sagittarii is detected, revealing the location of a nearby black hole just outside the Milky Way. "Radio telescopes give us a quick glimpse of something moving at a fantastically high velocity" - Astronomer Robert Hjellming

And now today…

0:00 - 0:17
An alien fleet appears from a black hole near Chi Sagittarii, just outside the Milky Way.

0:17 - 1:25
The alien fleet travels at incredible speed and makes an attack formation just outside earth's atmosphere.
The alien attack is swift and deadly.
All of earth's defences are eliminated within a day, leaving humankind at the mercy of the aliens.

1:25 - 2:42
The aliens systematically hunt down and capture earth's survivors.
They are incredibly efficient, but they fail to capture one man who has an uncanny ability to "play dead" by lowering his bio-rhythms to almost non-existent levels for long periods of time.
The alien vessels fly over his location completely unaware of his existence.

2:42 - 4:41
The survivor eludes capture, but can only watch helplessly as the aliens go about collecting human specimens and carrying out brutal experiments.
Most humans are kept in containment while a minority are released after having their minds erased clean by the aliens.

4:41 - 5:31
An alien stumbles across the survivor's location but is completely unaware of his presence.
The survivor seizes the opportunity and launches a vicious attack on the unsuspecting alien, tearing it to pieces.

5:31 - 6:39
The aliens attempt to locate and capture the survivor but he narrowly escapes and goes into hiding underground.
The aliens realize that they cannot find what they cannot see, so they begin their return journey with their human cargo.
As the survivor watches them leave, he realizes that it wasn't an invasion at all.
It was a harvest.
A harvest that has been going on for many centuries.
And now, all across the world, humankind has been reduced to a state of adult infancy.
And the survivor is left to helplessly ponder his knowledge.



Guitars: Edwards John Sykes Les Paul
Godin Freeway SA
Schecter Omen Extreme 7

Pickups: Seymour Duncan Distortions
Lace Drop N Gain
Lace Hot Gold
BareKnuckle Painkiller 7’s

Amplifier: Peters Custom Dual Channel 50W Halo/Gryphon

Bass: Fatboy 5 String

Drums: Toontracks Drum-Kit From Hell
Steven Slate Drums



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