Varese Sarabande has announced a new limited edition album of the soundtrack for last year’s horror thriller Devil. The album features the original score by Fernando Velazquez performed by the London Metropolitan Orchestra. The soundtrack is limited to 1000 copies and is available for pre-order on the label’s website, where you can also listen to audio clips. Devil directed by John Erick Dowdle, produced by M. Night Shyamalan and starring Chris Messina, Caroline Dhavernas and Bokeem Woodbine centers on a group of people who are trapped in an elevator. The film was released last summer and is now available on Blu-Ray and DVD. Visit the official movie website for more information.


Here’s the album track list:

1. Devil (2:40)
2. The City (1:20)
3. Rosary (3:18)
4. Broken Glass (2:42)
5. Jesus In A Pancake (1:39)
6. Jellytoast (3:10)
7. Firetruck (2:38)
8. The Mechanic (5:36)
9. Blood On The Ceiling (3:20)
10. Hanging (6:00)
11. The Person Closest To You (2:33)
12. Twist (6:28)
13. The Accident (4:11)
14. Rescue (4:05)
15. Devil (Alternative Mix) (2:38)

The label has also announced a new release of the soundtrack for the 1954 costume epic The Egyptian. The album includes the complete score by Alfred Newman and Bernard Herrmann. The release includes more than 30 minutes of previously-believed-lost music plus a selection of never -before-heard alternate cue variations. The Egyptian: The Deluxe Edition is limited to 1500 copies. For audio clips and to order the CD, visit Varese’s webpage. The Egyptian starring Jean Simmons, Victor Mature, Edmund Purdom, Gene Tierney and Bella Darvi takes place in eighteenth-dynasty Egypt, where a poor orphan becomes a brilliant physician is appointed to the service of the new Pharoah. The movie was nominated for an Oscar for Best Cinematography.