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Sunday, July 19, 2009

Image Gallery: The Miskatonic Acid Test...

The Miskatonic Acid Test, a film chronicling the 1969 "happening", where "music and atmosphere could combine to create an alteration of consciousness", is getting closer to seeing the psychedelic light of day, according to American Entropy's Dark Lord Rob. Recently, a single-disc compilation containing the best songs from the soundtrack (including A History of the Arkham Sound) was made available for download (which you can get for free here)...

Rob tells that, "The Arkham Sound was the name given by the local press to the short lived psychedelic music scene that thrived in the Arkham area in the mid-to-late 60's, including bands such as The Conqueror Wyrms and The Plasma Miasma. The soundtrack compiles various rare singles from Arkham's best bands with actual live tracks from the infamous Miskatonic Acid Test from October 1969, taken from the recovered footage that comprises the movie."

As for the film itself, post-production continues with FX work currently underway, and Rob hopes to have the film ready for release in early 2010. The Miskatonic Acid Test, shot in Freak-o-Rama, stars Erika Dyer, Sam Cohan, Jonathan Silver, Chris Lobdell, Emily Griffin, Shawn French, John Joyce and features the music of The Barrow Wights, The Gyre Falcons, The Plasma Miasma, Byron Fenris and more...

(Thanks to Dark Lord Rob)

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