Editor’s Note: Happy Halloween. While every band, resident, and household pet attempt to deliver the spooky and the strange to unsuspecting masses every October, Goblin need not resort to such childish tricks. The Italian progressive rock band has been soundtracking the dark and macabre for decades, and last night brought their inimitable sound to Cambridge rock club The Sinclair, tracing more than 40 years of sound and emotion, including work from films like 1975’s Profondo Rosso and 1977’s Suspiria. All that was missing was director Dario Argento. Ben Stas was inside the Harvard Scare venue to capture the sights, and you can view his full Goblin gallery, as well as images from New York City openers Morricone Youth, below.