In collaboration with Ramona Music and Colette Delerue, Music Box Records presents the expanded version of To Kill a Priest (also known as Le Complot in its native France). Starring Christopher Lambert and Ed Harris, the 1988 drama film is based on the true story of Father Jerzy Popieluszko, a Catholic priest and Solidarity supporter who was kidnapped and murdered by three agents of the Polish secret police. Written and directed by exiled Polish filmmaker Agnieszka Holland (The Secret Garden, Total Eclipse), To Kill a Priest was a passionate, but still even-handed presentation of the political scandal, showing the story to a wider audience a few years before the fall of Communism. The music by Georges Delerue centers around a main title song, performed by American folk legend / human rights activist Joan Baez. Her song "The Crimes of Cain" is featured both in the beginning and the end of the film, the instrumental variations appear in several cues throughout the score.
MANILLA ROAD - The epic metal legends lead by Mark Shelton are back again! On 30 June 2017, the new studio album "To Kill A King" will be released at Goldencore Records in 3 different configurations: - GCR 20111-2 (Standard Edition in Digipack) - GCR 20111-1 (double vinyl including an exclusive bonus track in tube bag with CD) - GCR 20111-2D (Deluxe box, with flag, storm lighter, plectrum and Digipack CD) Not counting the live albums, "To Kill A King" is now the eighteenth studio album by the inventors of Epic Metal from Wichita / Kansas. With the album they celebrate their anniversary year "40 Years Of Manilla Road". The iconic Metalheads left the underground scene only five, maximum six, years ago. Before, performances at festivals such as Sweden Rock, Hellfest and Bang Your Head were just as unusual as participating in the "700000 Tons Of Metal Cruise" in 2016. In spite of everything not Manilla Road have changed, but the scene and listening habits of metal heads and rockers. In their fortieth year, the band is finally at the right time and the right place to unite the underground with the conventional rock and metal scene.