NEW YORK (AP) — When Danny Elfman started creating music during quarantine, what came out was a surprise even to him.
“When I opened my mouth to sing more venom than I ever knew that I had in me came pouring out,” he said recently. “I didn’t really know what I had to work with other than a lot of frustration and anger. And I think that’s what needed to express itself.”
The result is a sonic howl — part glam rock, part orchestral, part punk, with driving, industrial songs that are liable to . . .