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Premiere: Slasher Film Festival Strategy’s Haunting ‘So Far I’ve Wandered, Yet Still I Suffer’

Slasher Film Festival Strategy is back with the haunting instrumental synth cut “So Far I’ve Wandered, Yet Still I Suffer” in a Vehlinggo premiere today. Be ready to experience some catchy melodies drenched in a deep sense of foreboding, as you realize that wherever you are, there you are.

“So Far” is from SFFS’s upcoming EP Love Scenes, which is due out later this year. Christopher Ashley formed horror synth, film score-inspired SFFS in 1997 in South Carolina before relocating to Richmond, Virginia. You can find SFFS releases on a variety of labels, including MONDO/Death Waltz, Cadabra, Lakeshore Records, Foreign Sounds, Mirror Universe, and more. He’s also released a split with Giallo Disco co-founder and film composer Antoni Maiovvi.

I last wrote about SFFS in a piece I did for Dread Central called “What if the Best Synth Scores Are For Horror Films That Don’t Really Exist?”

For more of SFFS’s music, go down the rabbit hole on his Bandcamp page. You’ll have an enjoyable several hours.

Feature Photo by Adam Jackson.

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