NewsMay 24, 2024 12:23 PM ET1,711 views

Fulci to score soundtrack for new video game/comic 'Cyberflesh', share two new singles

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Italian death metal force Fulci announce a new 2-track collaboration with Italian electronic project Talpah, available now via Time To Kill Records.

The music serves as the soundtrack to Hollow Press' new game and comic book, Cyberflesh. Created by Simone Alberto Grifone (game designer), David Genchi (drawings), and Marco Taddei (texts), and published by Hollow Press, Cyberflesh merges extreme music, horror comics, and dark, weird experiences.

Talpah's relentless percussion and hypnotic soundscapes blend with Fulci's distorted guitars, enveloping listeners in a vortex of digital terror and fascination. Fulci's guttural vocals merge with Talpah's distortions and glitches, creating a dissonant harmony that resonates deeply with anyone venturing into this unique collaboration.

Fulci shared the following:

When TTK and Hollow Press asked us to collaborate on creating a soundtrack for the game 'Cyberflesh', we immediately accepted. 'Cyberflesh' is a very splatter and violent comic. Moreover, the project had many similarities with the legendary collaboration between Games Workshop, Earache, and Bolt Thrower for the release of the album "Realm of Chaos" in 1989.
The title 'Cyberflesh' inspired us to create a soundtrack capable of blending human sounds (instrumentals) with cyber sounds (electronic). To compose the two tracks, we involved our friend and artist Talpah, whose sound design managed to amplify both the sonic violence and the eerie atmospheric parts of the tracks.

Even the choice of audio media was not random. We chose to release the tracks on super limited floppy disks and CDs with graphics similar to CD-ROMs. These media, along with a dedicated comic book illustrated by Genchi, will be included in an ultra-exclusive long box. Thanks to Time To Kill and Hollow Press for making all of this possible.



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