RAGE Joins The Cursed Man Movie
June 16, 2014, 3 years ago
German heavy metal band Rage has produced soundtracks for the new Intergalaxy Entertainment feature film, The Cursed Man.
The movie is a feature horror/suspense film from producer/director James L. Perry, based on the novel by Keith Rommel. “Publishing critics have dubbed author Rommel as the next Steven King,” according to Perry.
Celebrating 30 years in the music industry, Rage band members Victor Smolski, Peavy Wagner and André Hilgers were "honored" to join the movie production with their original song, "Straight To Hell".
Rage has released over 21 top selling music albums to international acclaim as one of the world's most popular heavy metal bands. Rage has announced a world tour for their 30th anniversary. The band also formed a classical music/heavy metal fusion group titled the Lingua Mortis Orchestra in addition to the Rage metal musical genre.
The Lingua Mortis Orchestra is the name associated with the orchestras who played with Rage through the years. In 2013, it was formed by the three Rage musicians Victor Smolski (guitar and keyboard), Peavy Wagner (vocals and bass) and André Hilgers (drums) as a continuation of 1996's Lingua Mortis album, back then a true piece of pioneering work. They recorded the debut album alongside with Rage LMO, with two orchestras from Spain and Russia. The album features Metalium's ex-vocalist Henning Basse, Jeannette Marchewka and Dana Harnge as additional vocalists.
The Cursed Man movie is slated for release in the last quarter of 2014.
Photo Caption: (L to R) Actors Maritza Brikisak, Brinna Locke and Brahm Gallagher star in the new Intergalaxy Entertainment feature film, The Cursed Man. A film by James L. Perry, based on the novel by Keith Rommel.
Photo Caption: The Duppy monster comes to life in The Cursed Man movie. In Jamaican folklore, the Duppy is the evil spirit of death that attempts to possess the soul of the living by taking over their body.