THE MUSIC SCORE TO A FILM THAT WAS NEVER MADE
In the early nineties Christian Gabel found a set of illustrations that seemed to be concept art for a
film production. The artwork was dated 1982 and depicted scenes from his hometown Karlstad in post-apocalyptic ruins.
In spite of research, no further information about
the artwork, the artist or the (possible) movie has been found.
Many years later Christian started toying around with the idea of writing a film score for the concept
art and the movie that was never made.
The Krater Soundtrack is the result, a DVD-sized 2-disc double gatefold package that comes in a slipcase. It’s got the soundtrack on one disc and the game on another. It also includes a 24-page booklet with all of the original concept art.
1. Krater Prolog 4:59
2. De vanställda:s diskotek 2:13
3. Förödelse, ändlös förödelse 3:59
4. Minfält/Nöjesfält 4:42
5. Lupus Mekanika 3:09
6. Megawatt 2:43
7. Kolregn över staden 5:39
8. Massiv hotbild 3:46
9. Mot undergången 1:24
10. Stasis i evighet 3:22
11. Kraterland 4:34
Christian Gabel: Krater – Background Story from Christian Gabel on Vimeo.
ABOUT CHRISTIAN GABEL
Christian Gabel is a Swedish musician and producer. he’s was born and raised in Karlstad (pop. 60.000) but is currently living in Stockholm where he runs the Cobra Studio. He plays the drums in bob hund, has played with artists like Thåström, David Sandström and Thomas Rusiak and has previously released instrumental music under the name 1900.