As a follow-up to January’s DeathRace 2000-inspired “Transcontinental Road Race”, Werewolves in Siberia is back with two brand new EPs.
The first EP, entitled “Abyss”, takes you to the depths of the unknown with two new synth-driven tracks. Escape the impending apocalypse of the outside world and get lost in the aquatic atmosphere of the Abyss. It hits for free download Friday, April 14 on the official WIS Bandcamp page.
One week later, April 21, the next EP drops. “In Memoriam” will also be available for free download on the Bandcamp page. With themes for the Monster Guys and Bazaar Cast podcasts, songs inspired by Fangoria and Famous Monsters of Filmland magazines and an 80s-style horror hip hop song inspired by the Ghost Brothers tv show, this EP is more of a tribute to some horror icons and up-and-comers in the horror/paranormal realm. Don’t expect anything less than other WIS releases, though. There’s plenty here to sink your teeth into.
I’m on the Bazaar Cast podcast this week, dorking around with The Fear Merchant about music, horror and Werewolves in Siberia. Find it anywhere you listen to podcasts like iTunes, SoundCloud, Stitcher or Podcas Addict, etc.
Death Race fans, rejoice! The Transcontinental Road Race EP is here to weave you through the future’s ultimate game of skill and survival. Inspired by the cult-favorite film, Death Race 2000, Transcontinental Road Race was released the same day as Roger Corman’s sequel, Death Race 2050. It’s “pay what you want” on the bandcamp page so grab it for free or leave a donation. Either way, just take it and play the all out of it!
In honor of 2017’s first Friday the 13th, I made an F13 soundtrack mixtape. Songs and samples from parts 1-8. It’s up FREE for a very limited time over at the bandcamp page.
In addition to finding the Slice comic soundtrack everywhere you download or stream music, you can now download the whole thing FREE right here.
Download the SLICE soundtrack pretty much anywhere online (get it from the bandcamp page for just $2 and get the bonus “Nice Slice Jingle”). The last chapter of the comic hits today on the Stela iOS app. Make sure to check it out!
After over a year of shopping around and looking for the right fit, Dave Scheidt and Aaron Pittman’s SLICE comic is finally being released THIS MONDAY, (6/30). The comic follows Jon, a young pizza delivery driver on his first night on the job, and his encounter with the local killer. Stela is releasing the comic through their brand new app. The app is free to download and acts like Netflix for comics. You pay a small monthly fee and get to read all the killer indie comics they release. Before you write it off and say you’re not paying for that, you get the FIRST CHAPTER OF EVERY COMIC FREE to check it out when you download the app. Each week, a new chapter is released.
This is where WIS comes in. I made the soundtrack for this comic. The first two tracks will be available to stream this Monday via the bandcamp page for readers to listen while they read the first chapter. Each week, a new song will be released when they release the next chapter. The full soundtrack will, then, be released for download on July 4, when the last chapter is released.
Read Dave Scheidt’s interview with SKTCHD discussing the comic here.