Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Olivier Derivière Goes Supernova

 Olivier Derivière Goes Supernova

Hailed by MTV as "Game music's eclectic daredevil," IFMCA award-winning composer Olivier Derivière (Remember Me) continues to push the boundaries of enhancing interactive experiences through music with his latest opus for the upcoming online space video game SUPERNOVA, developed by Primal Game Studio and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment.

For SUPERNOVA, Derivière has combined his trademark electronic music wizardry with epic orchestral space themes recorded with the Philharmonia Orchestra at Abbey Road by three-time GRAMMY® award-winning engineer John Kurlander (The Lord of the Rings). Entitled "SUPERNOVA Volume 1: Through The Portal" the original soundtrack is now available for digital download on Bandcamp and other digital music sites. Preview samples of the score are available at Soundcloud.

"The musical journey of the OST follows a big crescendo from a star's birth to its supernova," explains Derivière. "Volume 1 is about the first planet, more will come as the game progressively extends its universe to new worlds. This is only the beginning."

SUPERNOVA's futuristic science fiction setting, with technology and space-faring races, offers huge gameplay possibilities. Players are transported to a universe where contests between commanders are won with unique technologies and strange alien powers. Set in the distant, space-faring future, SUPERNOVA takes an innovative approach to the multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) genre by adding real-time strategy (RTS) elements and promises an exciting science fiction setting with vast potential.

Buy SUPERNOVA Volume 1 at Bandcamp

Get more information on SUPERNOVA visit http://supernovagame.com.

Get more information on Olivier Derivière visit http://olivierderiviere.com.

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