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Dee Snider has put together a great instrumental disc. It's almost like a Halloween themed Trans-Siberian Orchestra, minus the vocals. There are a few choirs sometimes, giving it sometimes a Therion-esque tone. It includes metal renditions of popular "scary" classical tunes, such as Night on Bald Mountain, the Funeral March by Chopin, In the Hall of the Mountain King, and Moonlight Sonata. Even includes some renditions of newer songs, such as Mike Oldfield's Tubular Bells, and the song Black Sabbath (by guess who).
So what's Dee Snider's part in all this? He wrote the story and narrates it. And I must say he does a nice job of narrating it.

Added on 1/13/2004 6:00 AM by PsychoticSymphony | Last updated on 7/18/2004 5:00 AM by Goreripper

Current (or Last Known) Lineup

Past Lineup (Members Who Never Appeared on an Album)

Discography (1 Releases)

2003 - Oculus Infernum by Van Helsing's Curse

Bob Brockman Trumpet
Nick Cipriano Keyboard
Schyuler Deale Bass
Tommy Farise Backing Vocals
Dana Franco Vocals
Joe Franco Drums
Brian Grosz Spoken Voice
Barbara Hill French Horn
Michael Lanning Backing Vocals
Jane Mangini Piano
Kevin Osbourne Trombone
Al Pitrelli Guitar, Keyboard
Sophia Ramos Vocals
Paul Riggio French Horn
Cheryl Smith Backing Vocals
Greg Smith Bass
Dee Snider Spoken Voice
Mark Wood Violin, Strings

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