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HAPPY PREHALLOWEEN! OC ReMix and Ghetto Lee Lewis present Heretic Sinphony!

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HAPPY PREHALLOWEEN! OC ReMix and Ghetto Lee Lewis present Heretic Sinphony!

October 23, 2017
Contact: press@ocremix.org

FAIRFAX, VA... Celebrating Halloween, OC ReMixer Thomas "Ghetto Lee Lewis" Nelson has released the community's latest album, Heretic Sinphony. Heretic Sinphony features six dark electronic tracks arranging Kevin Schilder's music from id Software's 1994 DOS shooter Heretic, and is available for free download at http://ocremix.org/info/Heretic_Sinphony.

The album was produced to help promote video game music, was made by fans, for fans, and is not affiliated with or endorsed by Raven Software, id software, or ZeniMax Media; the game, characters, images, and original compositions are copyright their respective owners.

"What began with a remix of 'The Cathedral' soon turned into a full-blown remix album of Raven Software's Heretic," recalled creator Thomas Nelson. "This game is a classic first-person shooter from the Doom era, with some really good, but overlooked music."

Heretic Sinphony is OCR's third album honoring an id Software-published title following 2008's Doom II: Delta-Q-Delta and 2005's Doom: The Dark Side of Phobos.

"I composed and produced this album while working a full-time job (sometimes 60+ hours a week), while putting together a recording/production studio at the same time," Nelson explained. "It's been a long two years, but I'm finally glad this album is finally coming together and getting released."

Heretic Sinphony also marks the fourth Halloween album release for the OC ReMix community. Last year, OCR released YoshiBlade's arrangement and skit album Candy Corn, 2015 featured the Castlevania-based album trilogy Vampire Variations, and Joshua Morse created the site's first solo artist album with his 2009 Castlevania tribute Sonata of the Damned.

About OverClocked ReMix

Founded in 1999, OverClocked ReMix is an organization dedicated to the appreciation and promotion of video game music as an art form. Its primary focus is ocremix.org, a website featuring thousands of free fan arrangements, information on game music and composers, resources for aspiring artists, and a thriving community of video game music fans.

 

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