Exclusive Clip: Invincible Czars honor 100 years of “Nosferatu” by taking their original score on a cinema tour

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the premiere Nosferatu, the vampire silent film that is perhaps the greatest horror film of all time to date. And while countless goth and metal bands have lined the film to their music or played a show before a midnight screening of the film, none did the film quite like Austin’s Invincible Czars. Her original score for the film is a folksy, psychological journey that breathes new life into vampire cinema’s oldest and worst nightmare. And now, to honor the film’s centenary, the Tsars are taking theirs Nosferatu score on a tour of America.

The band will perform their original score Nosferatu in cinemas across the country and performed it live alongside the film. Shows begin in early September and end whenever, on Halloween night, in the band’s hometown.

To get a taste of what Invincible Czars contribute to Nosferatu, the band has offered us an exclusive clip of the film with their score. Below is the infamous ship voyage scene where the crew are picked off one by one by a hideous night creature.

Check out the clip below and catch Invincible Czars on one of their tour dates this fall:

9/5 – Lubbock, TX – Alamo Drafthouse
9/6 – Albuquerque, NM – Guild Theater
9/7 – Santa Fe, NM – Center for Contemporary Art
9/8 – Denver, CO – Alamo Drafthouse
9/9 – Ft. Collins, CO – Lyrical Cinema
9/10 – SLC, UT – Salt Lake Film Society
9/12 – Boise, ID – Egyptian Theater
September 13 – Seattle, WA – SIFF Uptown Egyptian
September 14 – Olympia, WA – Capitol Theatre
September 15 – Tacoma, WA – The Big Movie
September 16 – Vancouver, BC – Rio Theater
9/18 – Eureka, CA – Eureka Theater
9/19 – Sacramento – Crest Theater
9/20 – Chico, CA – Pageant Theater
September 21 – SF, CA – Alamo Drafthouse
September 22 – Oakland, CA – New Parkway
September 23 – Larkspur, CA – Lark Cinema
September 24 – Huntington Beach – Frida Cinema
September 25 – Los Angeles, CA – Alamo Drafthouse
September 27 – Phoenix, AZ – Majestic Tempe 7
September 28 – Tucson, AZ – Loft Cinema
September 29 – Phoenix, AX – Majestic Chandler 9
September 30 – El Paso, TX – Alamo Drafthouse
4.10. – San Antonio, TX – Alamo Drafthouse (Tent)
5.10. – Houston, TX – Alamo Drafthouse
10/6 – Mobil, AL – Crescent Theater
10/7 – Atlanta, GA – The Sources
10/8 – Athens, GA – Cinema
10/10 – Raleigh, NC – Alamo Drafthouse
11.10. – DC – Alamo Drafthouse
12.10. – Ashburn, VA – Alamo Drafthouse
13.10. – Lancaster, PA – Zoetropolis
15.10. – Emmaus, PA – Emmaus Theater
16.10. – New York, NY – Alamo Draft House
17.10. – Yonkers, NY – Alamo Drafthouse
18.10. – Huntington, NY – cinema art
19.10. – Ithaca, NY – Cornell Sage Chapel
20.10. – Buffalo, NY – North Park Theater
22.10. – Kitchener, ON – Apollo Cinema
24.10. – Chicago, IL – Music Box Theatre
25.10. – Des Moines, IA – xBk
26.10. – Omaha, NE – Alamo Drafthouse
27.10. – Normal, IL – Normal Theater
28.10. – Carbondale, IL – University Center
29.10. – Tulsa, OK – Circuit Cinema
30.10. – Dallas, TX – Texas Theater
31.10. – Austin, TX – Alamo Drafthouse

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