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PODCAST: Claudio Simonetti's Goblin returns!

Masters of Italian horror bring 'Suspiria' to Aisle 5

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WITCHES EVERYWHERE: Actress Jessica Harper as Suzy Bannion in Dario Argento's 1977 film 'Suspiria.'

For this week's Fear of Fear podcast, CL Music Editor Chad Radford and Atlanta-based composer Gregorio Franco talk about the music of Goblin.

For anyone who couldn’t get tickets to the sold-out Halloween show, or for those who couldn’t get enough, Goblin co-founder, composer, and keyboard player Claudio Simonetti returns for an encore performance. Simonetti, guitarist Bruno Previtali, bass player Cecilia Nappo, and drummer Titta Tani bring a rock ’n’ roll stage presence to Goblin’s Italian prog/horror soundtrack legacy. The group plays live to Dario Argento’s witchy 1977 classic, Suspiria — all the spectral breathing sounds and “la la la”s are wholly chilling in person. Stick around for a greatest-hits set that touches on soundtracks to everything from Deep Red to Dawn of the Dead and beyond.

$25-$30. 8 p.m. Thurs., Dec. 6. Aisle 5, 1123 Euclid Ave. N.E. www.aisle5atl.com.

Check out a gallery of photos from Goblin's Oct. 1, 2013 North American debut at the Loft, and read Chad Radfor's feature story, "Goblin lives! After 40 years, the masters of Italian horror come Stateside."



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