Written specifically for the Italian Horror Week, the first Videogram full length is a celebration of the glory days of VHS.
Created as a trailer show for a fictitious video label, the album offers a selection of sounds ranging from gritty slashers and post-apocalyptics to supernatural horrors and cannibal freak outs.
Dedicated to the directors, producers, actors, composers and video labels of 1980's horror and exploitation.
"...Sellergren has masterfully captured the most iconic aural tropes of Italian horror scoring (...) to concoct what may just be the most powerful piece of electronic scoring to hit the horror community this year."
- Lunchmeat VHS Fanzine goo.gl/OH6wwn
"...With strong John Carpenter sensibilities and layered simplicity that evolves into an aggregated fire storm of sound, this is an album to check out."
- Doc Terror goo.gl/sJYYGO
"...As I sat there taking in the sounds it felt as if I was watching the greatest Italian exploitation film ever (...) It was truly an amazing auditory experience."
- Horror Sci-Fi & More
"...Videogram is a bona fide lesson in Italian horror- and action soundtracks from a distant time."
- AntiChrister goo.gl/VPOkrM
"...Videogram’s new self-titled album is a horror hit pulled straight out of the 80s."
- The Scream Review goo.gl/4m9T0h
"...Another skillfully crafted faux soundtrack album grounded in retro electronica."
- Rue Morgue Magazine
"...Overall, Sellergren has created hauntingly beautiful songs"
- The Horror Movie Maniac goo.gl/tJfZUh
"...Magnus Sellergren brings a collection of the most awesome soundtracks to films that never got made"
- The Rotting Zombie goo.gl/QhV6ic