Curiosity Killed….

October 20, 2022

Listen to Holly Amber Church’s Main Title Theme & a Christopher Young track from Guillermo del Toro’s CABINET OF CURIOSITIES – Full Soundtrack Album Releases Tomorrow

Lakeshore Records will release the soundtrack of the new horror anthology series for purchase digitally ahead of the premiere. With eight composers creating music for eight separate episodes, and two others handling show’s theme and other tracks, they bring unique personal styles to their work that gives each episode its own unique musical style and ensures the series as a whole possesses distinctly foreboding and scary musical elements.

“Finding different composers for each episode aligns with del Toro’s process behind making CABINET OF CURIOSITIES, wrote Ryan O’Rourke on “Individual stories will cover all shades of horror, ranging from the classically creepy tales to the more grotesque or downright Lovecraftian. Two of the stories also come straight from del Toro himself, capitalizing on the shorter format to give audiences the tales in a more concise manner.”

Lakeshore begins today with Holly Ann Church’s main title music for CABINET OF CURIOSITIES (she also scored the end title music). The episode composers include Tim Davies, Jeff Danna, Christopher Young, Daniele Luppi, Michael Yezerski, Anne Chmelewsky, Daniel Lopatin, and Jed Kurzel, with Guatemalan singer-songwriter Gaby Moreno rendering Lydia Mendoza’s “Mal Hombre” concluding the film’s musical quotient with an appropriately Latin sensibility.

Guillermo del Toro’s CABINET OF CURIOSITIES will air across four nights on Netflix with two episodes dropping every night starting October 25.

The full soundtrack is scheduled to release tomorrow via Lakeshore Records. Pre-save the album at these links. Read more details on the anthology series in my Oct. 4th coverage, here.

Listen to Holly Amber Church’s main theme from Guillermo del Toro’s CABINET OF CURIOSITIES, courtesy of YouTube and Lakeshore Records – below that listen to Christopher Young’s track, “The Autopsy.”

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