If you missed Mondo's pre-sale of Death Waltz's Hellraiser vinyl score box set, don't despair, because they still have such sights to show you when they unleash the remaining copies of the Lament Configuration replica this Wednesday:

From Mondo: "Hey everyone! No new releases this week, but we'll be placing remaining copies of our HELLRAISER Box Set that we held for damages back up on the site. Even though they are back in stock please note they still are never to be re-pressed. So grab one this Wednesday if you missed out on the pre-sale.

Also, we have a bunch of amazing stuff ready for release in the next few weeks - stay tuned!

As usual, new releases go on sale Wednesdays at NOON (CT).

HELLRAISER - Original Motion Picture Sountrack 7-Inch Box Set. Six 7” singles, each with a unique cover housed inside a 8" x 8" wooden Lament Configuration box replica with liner notes from Clive Barker. Strictly limited to 1000 copies. $80

Death Waltz Recording Company is proud to bring you a classic horror soundtrack fresh from the depths of hell - Clive Barker's HELLRAISER with music by celebrated genre composer Christopher Young. Young's main theme mirrors the Lament Configuration - the Rubik's cube of the damned that is the center of all this bloody mayhem. The LP underlines the film's seductive nature with violins before opening up with a full orchestra to foretell the true nightmare contained within. The score features industrial elements reminiscent of the band Coil (who were originally due to score the film), intertwined with the sensual gothic overtones illustrating the next level of gratification the box offers. The final act explodes as Pinhead and Co., come for their student of deviancy. Composer Christopher Young went back to the original reels for this anniversary re-master celebrating 30 years of the cenobites and the twisted mind of Clive barker."

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    Raised on a steady diet of R.L. Stine’s Goosebumps books and Are You Afraid of the Dark?, Derek has been fascinated with fear since he first saw ForeverWare being used on an episode of Eerie, Indiana.

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