Pittsburgh Music Magazine along with Steelesque Movement will be covering The Devil’s Carnival tonight in Dormont.
To view the official trailer, visit http://www.TheDevilsCarnival.com.
In case you are interested in the soundtrack for this metal musical:
Exclusive track descriptions:
1) Paul Sorvino as God crooning the heavenly carol “Heaven’s All Around”!
2) Alexa Vega as Wick, Bill Moseley as The Magician & Mighty Mike Murga as The Fool carry the wicked welcoming tune “The Devil’s Carnival”!
3) Sink to the somber shanty “In All My Dreams I Drown” by Jessica Lowndes as Tamara & Terrance Zdunich as Lucifer!
4) Dayton Callie as Ticket-Keeper barks the bodeful ballad “666”!
5) Alexa Vega & her Woe-Maidens tease and taunt in crooked concert on “Kiss the Girls”!
6) Ogre from Skinny Puppy as The Twin & Briana Evigan as Ms. Merrywood meld in strange duet on “Beautiful Stranger”!
7) Ivan Moody growls “A Penny For a Tale” as Hobo Clown – see below!
8) Marc Senter sings “Trust Me” as The Scorpion, a serenade so sweet it stings!
9) Emilie Autumn as Painted Doll trills the tragic but truthful tune “Prick! Goes The Scorpion’s Tale”!
10) Sean Patrick Flanery as John groans “Grief”, a sorrowful solo!
11) Terrance Zdunich As Lucifer hails “Grace for Sale”, a horrific hymn!
12) Hell’s Carnies chant their wicked war cry “Off to Hell We Go”!
** All music and lyrics by Terrance Zdunich and Saar Hendelmen. Produced by Joseph Bishara
To celebrate the release of the soundtrack, Revolver Magazine has unveiled a brand new clip from the upcoming film experience! The clip features THE DEVIL’S CARNIVAL cast member and Five Finger Death Punch frontman Ivan Moody performing the original song, “A Penny For a Tale”. Moody growls the song as Hobo Clown in a rowdy retelling of the classic cautionary tale against greed, “The Dog and its Reflection”, by Aesop.
Head to Revolvermag.com right now to view the scene and hear the track first, and stay tuned for more information on the upcoming film soundtrack coming soon.
Here are the dates left to catch the show near you:
4/24 – Pittsburgh, PA @ The Hollywood Theater
4/25 – Baltimore, MD @ The Charles Theatre
4/26 – New York, NY @ Times Scare NYC
4/27 – Philadelphia, PA @ The Painted Bride
4/28 – South Hadley, MA @ The Tower Theater
4/29 – Boston, MA @ The Foxboro Theater
5/1 – Toronto, ON, Canada @ Toronto Underground Theater
5/2 – Toledo, OH @ Collingwood Arts Center
5/3 – Chicago, IL @ The Music Box Theater
5/4 – Des Moines, IA @ The Fluer Cinema Cafe
5/5 – Kansas City, KS @ Leawood Cinema Theater
5/6 – Denver, CO @ The Oriental Theater
5/7 – Salt Lake City, UT @ The Tower Theater
5/9 – Seattle, WA @ The Admiral Theater
5/10 – Portland, OR @ The Clinton St. Theater
5/11 – Sacramento, CA @ The Colonial Theater