In response to Consequence Of Sound, Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross are planning to launch a canopy of John Carpenter’s iconic Halloween theme, however in what appears to be an embarrassing film mix-up, the observe is outwardly going to be launched tomorrow, October 13—a.okay.a. Friday the 13th. As everybody however Reznor and Ross is definitely conscious, Halloween is a film that’s primarily related to Halloween, however it’s the Friday The 13th collection that’s primarily related to Friday the 13th. It’s unclear why Reznor and Ross have gotten these films confused (although they’re each about dudes who put on masks and kill youngsters), however both means it’s one more slight towards little Jason Voorhees. He’s a particular boy and tomorrow is his birthday, however no matter.
A really brief pattern of Reznor and Ross’ Halloween theme was apparently on Amazon earlier right now together with a pre-order web page, however it has since been taken down. Consequence Of Sound says the pre-order web page listed the tune as nearly eight-minutes lengthy, however that’s actually all we learn about it. Additionally, Reznor and Ross haven’t made any precise bulletins about this, so maybe there’s a likelihood they’ve observed their foolish mistake and will likely be holding the Halloween tune for the proper Halloween day.
UPDATE: And now right here’s the complete, 7.5-minute theme. Between the ambient noises, the distortion, and the operatic manufacturing, it’s truthfully fairly properly according to what you’d count on from the phrases “Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross cowl ‘Halloween.’”