The Knoxville based synth and composer duo releases their latest indie-horror inspired effort
Cemetery Gates, the horror film inspired composer duo, has released their new 17 song album ‘Ghostnotes’. The LP takes their unique spin on indie, electronic and soundtrack influences to new levels and includes guest remix efforts by Matt Honkonen, FacexHugger and BurningTapes. ‘Ghostnotes’ is now available to stream on Spotify, Apple Music and via their label Grief Thief Records.
‘Ghostnotes’ is Cemetery Gates’ follow-up to their 2019 effort ‘Welcome To Hell, Vol 2’ and is in company with other Soundtrack scores the duo has released this year including The Final Girl, Slimeball, Thine Will and the rescore of the iconic horror favorite Häxan released via Lakeshore Records. The duo is comprised of writer/producers Gene Priest and Derek Jones, who equally spend their time composing music for independent film and television, while also writing and producing albums like ‘Ghostnotes’ which bridge the gap between indie, rock and 70’s + 80’s style soundtracks using analog and modular synths mixed with modern production.
Cemetery Gates releases most of their music, including ‘Ghostnotes’ via their label Grief Thief Records and the duo draws inspiration from indie / pop rock groups like Death Cab For Cutie, Radiohead, Nine Inch Nails, and Depeche Mode, and iconic composers like John Carpenter, Goblin, Alan Howarth, and Fabio Frizzi. Priest and Jones also have a subscription service available via the label, which allows listeners to stay updated on the monthly, if not weekly, releases the duo produces. Learn more about Cemetery Gates at their official website and stream ‘Ghostnotes’ online.