Outpost 31 Isn't Responding

by Videogram

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about

Originally released in the fall of 2015, "Outpost 31 Isn't Responding” is Videogram’s tribute to John Carpenter’s iconic 1982 sci-fi horror classic "The Thing”.

The digital single, that received accolades from various genre and indie music outlets, as well as movie business professionals, once again saw Videogram adding new influences to the horror synth genre, merging industrial-tinged drones and sound collages with melancholic melodies, making for a dark, broody, and doom-laden effort.

The 2018 ’redux’ version sees the original two-track single completely remixed and remastered, expanded with two session outtakes, one freshly penned track, and the stellar reimagining of Ennio Morricone’s title theme added as bonus tracks, making for one twenty-minute plus EP’s worth of ice-cold horror synth!


"AWESOME."
- Dawn Brown, director of "House of Monsters" goo.gl/9LXKKH

"...with his new 2 track tribute to John Carpenter's 'The Thing' he does not disappoint. "
- Horrorscreams Videovault goo.gl/nz7SfR

"...Videogram keeps putting out really interesting stuff, making things that nobody else is doing, and finding a really fresh way to reanimate these cult classics. The influence these movies have on him are easy to hear, but it’s what he does with those influences that really shines in his stuff."
- Trash Mutant goo.gl/ZEVIhV

"...it takes you so far on a visual journey that you can just see the events unfolding, as well as taking in the themes and excellent musical skills of Magnus himself."
- The Scream Review goo.gl/5n5ybd

"...five minutes of nostalgic bliss"
- The Rotting Zombie goo.gl/bKoqdD

credits

released September 2, 2015

All tracks written by Magnus Sellergren except "Humanity Pt. 1 (Mutated)" written by Ennio Morricone and rearranged by Magnus Sellergren.

Originally written and recorded December 2014 - June 2015.
"Humanity Pt. 1 (Mutated)" recorded October 2016.
"Assimilation / Who Goes There?" written and recorded December 2017.

Produced by Magnus Sellergren.
Redux versions mixed by Magnus Sellergren June - August 2017. Additional mixing by Kevin Carafa.
Produced by Magnus Sellergren.
Mastered by Kevin Carafa.

Artwork by Van Davis faultlands.com

Thank you Niklas, Kyle, Van, Milan, Sean, and John G.!

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Often imitated, never duplicated, Videogram is the original 1980s VHS-inspired horror synth project and brainchild of Swedish composer/producer Magnus Sellergren.

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