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New TV Series ..

New TV Series ..

Some tracks used in the show

A new TV series that has licensed my music is “The Butcher”, airing on the History Channel on Wednesdays.

Throughout history, the skilled craft of the butcher has been essential to human survival. In early civilizations when foodborne diseases were claiming lives, it was the butcher with their precise tools and keen skills who warded off death. This vital craftsman became a fixture in every town across America. Today, there are thousands of people who continue this noble tradition but only a select few with the right expertise can be considered a “Master Butcher.” Now, for the first time comes an extreme, high-stakes competition where best-in-class butchers battle in a showdown designed to put their knowledge, strategy and technique to the ultimate test. With their sharp knives and even sharper skills, these butchers carve their way through painstaking challenges, use their expert talent to adapt to historical twists, and reveal the fascinating secrets of the butcher’s world.
Scoring a TV movie

Scoring a TV movie

Scoring a movie can take a long time. Usually takes an average of 4 – 6 weeks. I had about two & a half to complete this one! The video below is my attempt to vlog about my process. Needless to say, I didn’t finish editing any of the videos. Soon I will post them!

The Dark Below: Coming to theaters in March

The Dark Below: Coming to theaters in March

The survival thriller that I scored a while ago will be in theaters this March. I collaborated with Eric Bobo of Cypress Hill on this soundtrack. The film is directed by Douglas Schulze, and marks as our third collaboration together (Dark Fields, The Dogs Fighter).

This was one of the most challenging films that I’ve worked on in my career. The film has very little dialogue. Like only a few words! So, that meant music and sound design would be an integral part. Since the film mostly takes place on a lake and under a lake!, I created a lot of custom instruments using objects such as ice, water, shovels, axes, ice picks, and many more. I wanted to achieve a tense, claustrophobic, and bone-chilling atmosphere. As crazy as this sounds, I would hold ice cubes for a while before recording many of the parts and have fans blowing on me. The actors and crew in this film went through some brutal conditions and did such an amazing job onscreen, that I wanted to share the same commitment and tensity.

Here’s a special clip from the film, presented by Birth, Movie, Death