The invaders continue their TERRIFYING, INTERPLANETARY ASSAULT in this sequel of GRISLY PROPORTIONS.
“The Age of the Saucers” is DARK! It's BLEAK! It's downright CRUEL!
Synthwave's MOST UNIQUE VOICE returns to inject VENOM into the genre's repetitive slumber!
Continuing where “Invaders” left off, intergalactic intruders have gleefully decimated our planet. CHAOS reigns supreme! A small faction of humans have escaped the terror in the sky – navigating a bloodstained, post-apocalyptic wasteland.
We enter the POV of the humans – foraging for sustenance in a crumbling landscape, weakened by the brutality of war.
But the evil alien forces return … to finish the job.
Perfectly melding the spirit of 1950s radio dramas and classic sci-fi films with 80s electro, 70s funk and disco, and wrapping the entire package in astounding orchestral arrangements; Hollywood Burns is a fresh force within the electronic scene.
With huge nods towards John Williams, Bernard Herrmann (“The Day the Earth Stood Still,” “Psycho,” “North by Northwest”), Jerry Goldsmith (“Gremlins”, "Alien"), and Mick Gordon; Hollywood Burns provides the perfect link between cinema soundtrack nostalgia and classic dance.
A pessimistic entry, categorized by assault after assault, “The Age of the Saucers” opens doors to a new galaxy of bold adventures – more frightening, more dangerous than ever before.
This could be the end of life on Earth as we know it … or could it?