Blue Horror is described as, “Horror music for those who want to stay up all night. A love letter album to the music of Silent Hill and its aural conductor, Akira Yamaoka.”
Evan Kitchener, also known as Moxie, is an Australian composer and sound designer for film. Specializing in horror, Moxie has worked on such films as Bad Habits and Zero—the latter, for which he was nominated for a Maverick Award in 2014. The composer has been greatly inspired by the work of Silent Hill composer, Akira Yamaoka—a passion that carries over into his personal life, as well.
“My wife walked down the aisle to his music,” Kitchener told My Silent Hill.
His latest work, Blue Horror features 15 tracks that harken back to the original Silent Hill soundtrack—a strangely melodic collection of bumps in the night, frantic breaths and industrial ambiance.
Track #1, Singing Glass, evokes feelings of being watched in a restless forest, while #14, The Clock, is perfect for a romp through a rusted metal Otherworld. Moxie made an official music video for Pray, which you can see here:
Congratulations, Moxie on the new album, and thank you for sharing with us!