by Paul Lee
From a slightly-less-than-half-decent violent horror movie comes a hip and diverse soundtrack. Ten bands ranging from the industrimetal of KMFDM and Fear Factory to the Gothic of Miranda Sex Garden and the orchestral stuff of composer Trevor Jones. New bands, Peace, Love and Pitbulls and Oedipussy, churn out some promising stuff. The only lame tracks are Die Warzau‘s weak dance track, “All Good Girls” (not even featured in the movie), and Front Line Assembly‘s (is that a bad Pantera sample?) “Surface Patterns.” Trevor Jones’ music is well worth a listen; great music for a funeral.