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I am nearing completion with composing & recording for Splatterhouse (Namco Bandai / Surge). In this trailer for ComicCon, there is an edited track of some of the heavy metal I've done for the game.
"What has attained perfection is the game’s soundtrack and voice over work. I have never heard a game with this much quality. The music in Afro Samurai is a combination of Eastern-themed samples and hip hop beats by composer Howard Drossin, with a few tracks getting solid raps from Wu-Tang Clan’s RZA. The songs are so good, in fact, I will be purchasing a copy of the soundtrack – it’s better music than the vast majority of hip pop out there."
Video Game Examiner:
"The score alone is worth it's own soundtrack. RZA and Drossin should be scoring more games."
"Drossin did an excellent job providing a fresh sound to the project in the way of backing tracks and hip-hop beats."
"...Kick-ass music (which is notably scored by Rza from Wu Tang Clan and Howard Drossin) that periodically had me stopping play just to listen to the beats.
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