It’s impossible to imagine Dario Argento’s films, stunning, a kind of melody that plays on stunning images, many of which were provided by the Italian progressive rock band Goblin. Dario Argento can be heard in horror classics, including the faint sounds of goblins Sighs And Deep RedWith Phenomena And Darkness.
Massimo Morante Along with Claudio Simonetti, Fabio Pignatelli and Walter Martino – one of the original co-founders of Goblin – originally known as Oliver and later Cherry Five, we received the sad news tonight that Morante has died at the age of 70.
Goblin reached success by working with Argento Deep Red (Deep red), And it was in fact the score of the 1975 Gyalo movie that officially gave the band the prestigious name.
In addition to the movies mentioned earlier, Goblin is played by Argentine’s George A. Romero also hit a “European cut”. Dawn of the DeadOthers lend their voices to horror classics.
The Goblins broke up and came back together a handful of times over the years, most recently reuniting in 2005, 2009, 2014, 2017 and 2018, with Morante always being the main character.
Goblin contributed music to other films Martin, The Heroin Busters, Patrick, Beyond the Darkness, Contamination, Hell of the Living Dead, ChurchAnd Insomnia.
“With great pain and disbelief, we are forced to announce that Massimo Morante, the founder of the Goblin and an irreplaceable guitarist, has left us today,” writes Goblin’s Facebook page.
Goblin’s voices, however, never. Relax in peace, Massimo Morante.
Massimo Morante – guitarist whose capital, funky instrument helped define creepy soundtracks for Italian prog-rock group Goblin’s Horror Cinema Classic – has died https://t.co/TK4GcWDN47
– Rolling Stone (Rollingstone) June 23, 2022