Goblin Deep Red Live: at Gorilla

This November GORILLA presents a special standing AV show celebrating the release of Arrow Video’s 4K of Dario Argento’s DEEP RED

By Lee Isherwood | October 13th '15

It is the return of Claudio Simonett’s GOBLIN to Manchester after two previously SOLD OUT Events at GORILLA and The Dancehouse! This November GORILLA presents a special standing AV show celebrating the release of Arrow Video’s 4K of Dario Argento’s DEEP RED (Profondo Rosso) with a live score by Claudio and his GOBLIN! Do not miss!

GOBLIN: DEEP RED LIVE
Sunday 1st November, Gorilla

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After a long career mainly marked by the composition of the soundtracks for Dario Argento’s movies, Claudio Simonetti and his band return on best online casino stage performing the most successful hits which made the history of the Italian progressive rock and of the horror movies soundtracks. Goblin were funded at the beginning of the 70’s and inspired by prog band like Yes, Genesis, King Crimson, Gentle Giant and Emerson, Lake & Palmer.

At the beginning of 1975 the band was called in as a replacement for composer Giorgio Gaslini, and rewrote most of the score, including the famous main theme. Their success exceeded all expectations; more than one million copies sold, enjoying 52 weeks on the Italian charts and ranking first in both the singles and LP categories. It launched a highly successful period for the band.

They’ve released a number of influential instrumental prog rock albums and soundtracked ‘Suspria, which became a cult movie. Between 1975 and 1976 they released the instrumental progressive rock album Roller.
In 1977 the band was called once again from Dario Argento for his new film Suspiria, which became a cult movie.

GOBLIN: DEEP RED LIVE
Sunday 1st November, Gorilla