Slash to Release Soundtrack Album for His First Ever 'Horror Movie'

The iconic axeman co-produced "Nothing Left to Fear," due to hit the cinemas this fall.

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Slash will release the soundtrack album for the first-ever motion picture he has co-produced, "Nothing Left to Fear", on October 4, the same day the film opens in select theaters. The "Nothing Left to Fear" original motion picture soundtrack was written and produced by Slash and Nick O'Toole. As Blabbermouth notes, it includes the film score plus two original songs: "Nothing Left to Fear," which features vocalist Myles Kennedy and the instrumental "Welcome to Stull."

The album will be released exclusively at, giving fans access to interviews, song streams, first looks at film art, clips and more. When fans pledge and pre-order the album, they will gain access to one-of-a-kind experiences with Slash, as well as merchandise for the film.

Due in select theaters Friday, October 4 and available on Blu-ray Combo-pack, DVD and On Demand starting Tuesday, October 8, "Nothing Left to Fear" is a harrowing tale in the spirit of the terrifying horror films of the 1970s. The movie is inspired by the legend of Stull, Kansas, which is surrounded by Internet folklore proclaiming the town to be one of the Seven Gateways to Hell. Wendy (Anne Heche), her husband Dan (James Tupper of "Revenge") and their kids have just moved to the small town of Stull, Kansas, where Dan is the new pastor. But in this sleepy community of friendly neighbors, a horrific series of occurrences awaits them: their teenage daughter (Rebekah Brandes of "Bellflower") is being tormented by grisly visions. Her younger sister (Jennifer Stone of "Wizards of Waverly Place") has been marked for a depraved ritual. And deep within the heartland darkness, one of the Seven Gates Of Hell demands the blood of the innocent to unleash the creatures of the damned. Ethan Peck ("10 Things I Hate About You") and Clancy Brown ("The Shawshank Redemption") co-star in this demonic shocker featuring original music by producer Slash and inspired by the real-life paranormal legacy of Stull.

"Nothing Left To Fear" is the first film from Slash's production company Slasher Films, and was written by Jonathon W.C. Mills and directed by Anthony Leonardi III.

"As a longtime fan of the horror genre, I want to produce films that are in an older tradition of the genre," relates Slash. "That is to say, films that leave more to one's imagination, that are psychologically scary and character-driven, and what scares you is more cerebral than superficial. Slasher Films is my vehicle to realize that aim, and 'Nothing Left To Fear' is the first film with more to come."

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Following is the full track listing for the soundtrack for the new film "Nothing Left To Fear":

01. The Road to Stull 02. Cold Welcome 03. Lamb's Blood 04. One Choice, Two Fates 05. A Prayer 06. Dark Dreams 07. Sermon 08. The Tooth 09. Retrieval 10. Silent Secrets 11. Pain and Premonition Part 1 12. Pain and Premonition Part 2 13. Observations 14. The Secret Tower 15. Do Your Part 16. Don't Forget 17. A Flash and a Feeling 18. Abduction 19. Bleeding in 20. Urgency 21. Have Faith 22. The Decline 23. Trauma 24. The Blood Lust 25. Our Broken Home 26. Revelations 27. No Safety in Numbers 28. Childhood's End 29. The Fear 30. The Perfect Circle 31. Nothing Left to Fear (featuring vocalist Myles Kennedy) 32. Welcome to Stull

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    Soundtrack with Myles
    when myles is singing there will be nothing left to fear, those strummed chords are great, simple but powerfull. they should have used that whole progression in a song on the new record,
    I don't know how good the movie will be, but I bet the music will be interesting. Slash has a great feel for that type of thing. A lot of his clean guitar sounds in the past have had that "eerie" sound to them that would be great for movies. Just listen to the song above.
    its completely true that "horror movies" nowadays are driven by blood guts and gore. it would be good to see some of the old psychological horror kick back into the mainstream. Slash is a fantastic musician who could bring this about. im certainly going to line up and see this
    Yep, he definitely seems to understand the necessary components of a good horror movie judging by some of his interviews and whatnot, I'm interested to see how it all ends up.
    Is UG doubtful of what kind of movie it will be? Why did they type 'Horror Movie' in little quotes like that?
    What's up with musicians creating horror films?
    Can you name any other musicians other than Slash and Rob Zombie who has made horror movies? I personally can't... Maybe Adam Jones because he's into that stuff but I don't know for sure. So I don't really think that that many musicians are creating horror movies... Just my 2 cents.
    I know it's annoying, they turn out so terrible I mean did anyone see Rob Zombie's horror movies? Dear God, worse than horror movies with Part 8 in their title.
    I can only assume this is sarcasm because both of those are the best horror movies. Regardless; it's nothing to joke about. Downvote
    Depends what kind of horror you are into, but Rob's work is quality work.
    People seriously like Rob Zombie's films? House of 1000 Corpses was like a dull ripoff of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. And I couldn't even finish watching Lords of Salem.
    That riff is so perfect in the trailer. It gives the whole thing a very suspenseful and sinister feel.
    I you swap Myles Kennedy's voice for that of Thom Yorke that song could pass as a really good Radiohead B-side. Which in my opinion is a good thing, I think it sounds great (Radiohead are just weird with choosing B-sides) I'm still looking out for new horror films that make me scared to go to sleep instead of making me scared to eat something.
    Why do I have a funny feeling that this is going to just make me think of Buckethead. An actual shredder making a horror movie with a soundtrack. Interesting concept. You could understand if it was Rammstein.
    Just because half of their songs start with what sounds like it could be behind a horror film. When I think of Slash I think of scales and solos. I'm sure it will be good, just at the minute all I can imagine is a killing to a high pitched harmonic solo.