Get A Sneak Preview Of ‘Poison Love’ By Electroillusion, A Special Six-Track EP Features Songs Curated By Music Supervisor Ryan Gaines Will Also Be Released
Boasting incredibly clever writing and a striking visual style that celebrates its cinematic roots, “Burying the Ex” is one hell of an entertaining zom-com. The new flick from “Gremlins” director Joe Dante features a colorful ambiance that truly resembles the genre’s greatest achievements from the ‘80s, against which its gleefully gory story is made that much more amusingly idiosyncratic. –The Entertainer! Magazine
Lakeshore Records will release Burying The Ex (Original Motion Picture Score) digitally on June 16 and CD on August 14. The album features original score by composer Joseph LoDuca, whose score credits include the horror classics Army of Darkness and The Evil Dead Trilogy. The album includes the bonus track, “Poison Love” by Electroillusion, featured in the movie trailer (see below). Burying The Ex (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) — a special six-track EP will also be released on June 16. Curated by Ryan Gaines, the film’s Music Supervisor, the album features songs Chantal Claret, Zachary Kibbee, Far Too Loud, TaDa, and The Kobanes.
Voltage Pictures and Image Entertainment present Burying The Ex, opening in select theaters on June 19! Stay tuned for the album preview available soon.
Joseph LoDuca began his film career scoring director Sam Raimi’s Evil Dead Trilogy, and has continued that relationship through the top-rated television series Spartacus, Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, and EMMY® winners The Legend of the Seeker and Xena: Warrior Princess.
A Two-time EMMY® Award winner and eleven-time nominee, composer Joseph LoDuca is no stranger to large orchestra action/adventure, fantasy, and thriller music. His latest projects are the action/adventure/fantasy series The Librarians, upcoming supernatural thriller Pay the Ghost and the highly anticipated television series Ash vs Evil Dead.