Jeff van Dyck releases Assault Android Cactus and Submerged soundtracks

Jeff van Dyck, the veteran composer of the Total War and Need For Speed series, has been extremely busy working on a number of projects in the past year. Between his epic score for Hand of Fate and his upcoming work on Dark Nexus Arena, he has also fitted in two delightful indie projects.

Van Dyck has released the Assault Android Cactus Original Soundtrack on his Bandcamp. Inspired by intense upbeat action of the game, the electronically-oriented score features some surprising experiments from the composer.

In stark contrast is his Submerged Original Soundtrack, which takes listeners on a “voyage of mystery, discovery and melancholy” with 13 piano and string quartet compositions.

Posted on October 8, 2015 by Chris Greening. Last modified on October 8, 2015.

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