A Very Scary Solstice

It's the most horrible time of the year!

A Very Scary Solstice finally merges the wonderful tradition of merry holiday carolling with the cosmic horror of the Cthulhu Mythos. The result is a CD and sing-along songbook that features twenty five holiday favorites infused with a liberal dose of madness, horror and otherworldly blasphemies.

The CD features a cast of professional singers with each number beautifully arranged and fully orchestrated. Styles range from the classical to contemporary to nostaligic and just plain weird.

The sing-along songbook features a handy pronunciation guide, an introduction by celebrated Lovecraft scholar S.T. Joshi, and the fully lyrics to all of the carols, complete with ample footnotes teeming with bizarre trivia about the carols and their underlying mythos connections!


Price $20.00

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full songs - our gift to everyone
Great Old Ones Are Coming to Town
The Carol of the Olde Ones
MP3 Samples
tidbits to whet your appetite
Freddy the Red Brained Mi-Go
Oh Cthulhu Chorus
Do You Fear What I Fear?
Awake Ye Scary Great Old Ones
I'm Dreaming of a Dead City
Cthulhu Lives
Tentacles
It's the Most Horrible Time of the Year
Plus fifteen more songs!
too intense for web distribution
Dance the Cultists
Demon Sultan Azathoth
Es Y'Golonac
Have Yourself a Scary Little Solstice
Here Comes Yog-Sothoth
He'll Be Back for Solstice
I Saw Mommy Kissing Yog Sothoth
It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Fish-Men
Little Rare Books Room
Mi-Go We Have Heard on High
Mythos of a King
Oh Come All Ye Olde Ones
The Shoggoth Song
Silent Night, Blasphemous Night
Away in a Madhouse
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Want more? We've just released An Even Scarier Solstice. Get both and spend the holiday meeping and gibbering with fear and nameless dread.

Still not enough? Then gird your loins for our Unbearably Scary Solstice combo complete with tentacle stocking.