“True Pain Is Screamless”.  These are the words of notorious serial killer Marcus Miller The Orphan Killer. His murderous rampage is being discovered by thousands of Facebook fans daily. Most people can’t figure out if it is a movie or a REAL killer. The movie is pure “Jaw Dropping Madness” and truly “Gore-riffic.” The soundtrack is one that every metal and hardcore music lover will salivate over.

The Orphan Killer (IMDB)

is a tour de force murder flick that defies classification. It goes far beyond current trends in gore and breaks open a new suffering genre of horror. Marcus Miller is a serial murderer hellbent on teaching his estranged sister Audrey what it means to have family loyalty. His lessons are taught in massive doses of vulgar and unimaginable pain. Throughout her brutal torture we learn that Marcus is not the only Miller with Killer in the bloodline as Audrey proves to be a formidable adversary.

Director extraordinaire Matt Farnsworth elaborates, “The Orphan Killer is the new horror icon and its soundtrack is made of future metal Gods. Never before has a film and soundtrack been combined to create an instant icon in the horror genre.”  The soundtrack kicks off with the pivotal song from San Francisco’s First Blood, also titled “First Blood”, with the classic opening line, “They drew first blood, not fu**ing me!”.  Rounding out the soundtrack are UNRELEASED new songs from Asking Alexandria and Born Of Osiris, as well as new tracks from some of the best new bands in metal and hard rock.

The Orphan Killer Original Motion Picture Soundtrack will be sold exclusively on Facebook, through their Milyoni powered TOK store, with the DVD and Blu-Ray versions of the film to be released on Valentines Day February 14th.  Fans can pre-order now and watch the trailer at The Orphan Killer’s Facebook page.

‘The Orphan Killer’ Original Motion Picture Soundtrack:
01. First Blood “First Blood” (Bullet Tooth) 02. Affiance “Nostra Culpa” (Bullet Tooth) 03. Asking Alexandria “Someone, Somewhere” (Sumerian) 04. Deception Of A Ghost “These Voices” (Bullet Tooth) 05. Anew Revolution “Head Against The Wall” (E1 Entertainment) 06. This Or The Apocalypse “Charmer” (Good Fight Music) 07. Most Precious Blood “A Danger To Myself And Others”  (Bullet Tooth) 08. A Bullet For A Pretty Boy “The Deceiver” (Artery Recordings) 09. Dawn Of Ashes “Seething the Flesh in the River of Phlegethon” (Metal Blade) 10. First Blood “Conflict” (Bullet Tooth) 11. Born Of Osiris “Follow The Signs” (Sumerian) 12. No Bragging Rights “Death Of An Era” (BlkHrt Group) 13. First Blood “Execution” (Bullet Tooth)


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