The eager and upcoming Cineploit label has just added two limited edition vinyl releases to their ever-expanding arsenal of musical mayhem, inspired and influenced by the unique madness of Italian genre cinema. In the first of Cineploit's seven-inch vinyl series, Deak Ferance and Roger Conrad present their take on the films of Eurosleaze legend Aristide Massaccesi, a.k.a Joe D'Amato, and the music of Italian synthesizer pioneer Marcello Giombini. The seven inch is presented in blood red and black 'splattervinyl,' and consists of three songs from D'Amato's infamous sex 'n gore epics Anthropophagus and Erotic Nights of the Living Dead. The approach of Ferance and Conrad to the already spacy and avant-garde synth minimalism of Giombini adds a bit more bounce to the composer's original sparse approach, lending a bit of a disco beat to the Erotic theme while retaining the gothic sounding classical scales associated with Anthropophagus and it's tale of a ravenous, blood-hungry man-beast prowling the shores of a desolate 'n deserted island. Review by George Pacheko for Boston Examiner.