“I do not aim with my hand; he who aims with his hand has forgotten the face of his father. I aim with my eye.
“I do not shoot with my hand; he who shoots with his hand has forgotten the face of his father. I shoot with my mind.
“I do not kill with my gun; he who kills with his gun has forgotten the face of his father. I kill with my heart.”
Finally, after months of speculation and worry from the community, the first trailer for the movie adaptation of The Dark Tower dropped.
Here it is, in all of it’s glory
As you are probably aware, I started a “Music Interpretation” of the entire series with the first release titled “Gunslinger – A Journey to the Dark Tower in Music: Volume 1”
So you’ve waited months for the trailer to drop. Now you’ve got a couple more months before the movie hits the theatres… So, need to maintain your Dark Tower fix while you wait? Well then, be sure to check out my first Dark Tower inspired album Gunslinger!
It’s available at all of these locations
Amazon MP3 – Apple iTunes/Music – Bandcamp – CDBaby – Google Play – Groove – Napster (Rhapsody) – Spotify – Tidal
But I’ve embedded the location to Bandcamp below with the play list.
Today I’m releasing the first album in a series based on The Dark Tower books by Stephen King titled Gunslinger – A Journey to The Dark Tower in Music.
You can get it from my Bandcamp site by clicking right here where you will also be able to stream every single track to sample the album before your purchase. Gunslinger will also be released to all the major digital distribution sites over the next few weeks.
I’m truly happy and very satisfied with the outcome of Gunslinger and I want to thank each and every single one of my fans who had the opportunity to hear an early version of the album before it’s release. Your feedback was invaluable to making Gunslinger the best it could be.
You can read more about Gunslinger by clicking here, or just head on over to the Bandcamp page for Gunslinger to get your copy today!
Long days and pleasant nights!
– Keith Richie
What scares you?
Is it the fact that a door was left open to a room or closet that is dark and foreboding? Is it the noise you just heard from down the hall, when no one else is in the house? Is it that feeling that someone is behind you, stalking you and waiting for that moment for you to turn around to look?
For me, it’s all the above 🙂 But I love it! But what I love more, is the vast collection of eerie and creepy soundtrack music that is produced around the Horror / Thriller genre of motion pictures.
That’s why I created this playlist on Spotify. To help collect some of the music found in horror / thriller movies that inspire me, and I find creepy. It also contains a lot of material that I found inspiring when I created March of the Inanimate: Repossessed and Mister Stichs.
I plan to update the following playlist often, so head on over to Spotify and check it out!