Composer Chris Burke, aka Glomag, helped create the sound of 80s horror, scoring and contributing music to such films as “Splatter University” (1984), “The Toxic Avenger” (1984) “Blue Vengeance (1991), “The Refrigerator” (1991) and many others. In addition, he worked on set with some of the most creative talents in contemporary film and theater, including directors Robert Altman, Lucio Fulci, Enzo Castellari and Peter Sellars and more.
In 2016 Chris released a compilation of his early soundtrack work entitled Confessions of An 80s Low Budget Horror FIlm Composer. In 2017 he followed that up with a release of brand new horror film music called Tomb Box. Mandible Judy (July 2019) continues his exploration of the synth-horror genre and contained the seeds of the story Chris would later expand into the podcast series of the same name.