[News]: Shoot Many Robots Album Available; Find Out Why Rich Vreeland Is A Cool Guy
[Destroying evil rampaging robots is fun in its own right. The sound of gunfire and the satisfying clinking of bullets striking metal in Shoot Many Robots won’t be the only sounds you can start listening to. You’ll get all of the games hard-rocking, robot-killing music flowing through your ears soon.
For those of you who enjoyed the music of Shoot Many Robots well you’ll soon be able to get your hands on the games soundtrack.
Scored by famed video game composer Rich Vreeland, AKA Disasterpeace, the rough-and-tumble blues which accompanied the game was released a few days ago. Disasterpeace collected a group of talented blues musicians to create a 16-track record to continue accompanying your robot destroying carnage.
Disasterpeace also provided the music for fellow indie game Fez. Though it isn’t the tough, gritty rock of Shoot Many Robots, the airy light music helped bring Fez’s beautiful game world to life as much as the visuals did. Vreeland has also been a part of many other indie games such as the most recent Bomberman title and Bonk while working at Singapore-MIT GAMBIT.