With a film adaptation also currently in the works, the eagerly anticipated fully-cast audio adaptation of Preston Fassel and Fangoria's award-winning novel, Our Lady of the Inferno, has just scored a key addition.
Today, producer Miller and Fassel announced that James Malone, co-founder, lead vocalist, and guitarist for the extreme metal band Arsis, has signed on to compose and record an original soundtrack for the project.
"When I first met Preston, we immediately bonded over our mutual love of 80’s movies such as Night of the Comet and Vamp," said Malone. "I’m thrilled Preston asked me to contribute to this special project and am thoroughly enjoying creating an early 80’s soundscape for Ginny and Nicolette’s world."
Set against the backdrop of 1980s Manhattan, Our Lady of the Inferno tells the story of the confrontation between brilliant but troubled young prostitute Ginny Kurva and Nicolette Aster, a female waste management executive who moonlights as a serial killer, kidnapping women from Times Square to hunt and kill in the Staten Island landfill at night.
Throughout 2019, several cast additions have been announced, including Barbara Crampton, Doug Bradley and Mick Garris.
The audio adaptation is expected to release in 2020.
In regards to the film adaptation, Fassel collaborating on the script and acting as an executive producer alongside Cinestate’s Dallas Sonnier and Amanda Presmyk and Fangoria editor-in-chief Phil Nobile, Jr.