Thomas-Adam Habuda: The Freak Inside

Thomas-Adam Habuda (Media Music Factory) has finally released his very first album, The Freak Inside. This album will take you through an epic and emotional journey!

It is a compilation of various tracks; some were composed for video games and TV projects, while others are personal compositions. Several of them feature the beautiful voice of the talented Mikolt Gyuricza: the best example is probably the great “Anima Doloris”. Other tracks have ethnic influences, such as “KuruKuruKuru”.

The Freak Inside was first called Epic Hearts but its name was changed. A more detailed description of the album on Youtube says that it “contains the full versions of the epic/choral/orchestral/contemporary trailer pieces used in the world wide big Hit game; Heroes of Newerth (HoN) (trailers from 2011). But it offers way more than that. Thomas’s style can’t really be listed in one category,he usually combines traditional orchestral techniques with contemporary elements, synths, sound design sometimes accompanied by solo vocals, choirs and ethnic flavours to always produce a unique sound.

“His goal is to be uplifting and bombastic at times but he is also a minimalist who is trying to have an emotional/thought-provoking effect on the listener. The second Volume of the album (starting from track 24 – Freak’s Toy) contains his more personal pieces (including compositions from his childhood) and in a way tells a ‘story’, his feelings, thoughts, up-and-downs, memories translated into music from the past 12 years. Happy Listening! :)”

Here is the demo:

Also, feel free to read the interview with Thomas-Adam Habuda that we did ealier this year, and don’t forget to follow him on Facebook and Youtube!

The Freak Inside is available to the public for purchase through iTunesAmazon and CDBabyFor licensing information, contact Thomas-Adam Habuda.

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December 20, 2011
Clothilde Lebrun