Full Tilt: End Game

Full Tilt’s latest trailer music release, entitled End Game, was released earlier this year to motion picture advertising clients and features epic and dramatic trailer music.

You will probably enjoy tracks such as “Ascendance”, “Risen”, “Heroes will Rise”, and “Eclipse”.

Note that Full Tilt’s composers Kaveh Cohen and Michael Nielsen recently made an announcement via Facebook:

To our great fans and admirers across the Facebook universe:

“After creating Full Tilt in 2005 and the seven unbelievable years that have followed, Kaveh Cohen & Michael Nielsen aka Ninja Tracks, have moved on from the brand they created and will no longer be producing and composing Full Tilt. Ninja Tracks, is now operating as an independent music production and publishing company and creating a new catalog of music, Revolution, for film advertising. Ninja Tracks is currently wrapping production on its first album Zero, slated for release in mid September 2012. Please come and follow us at our new Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Ninja-Tracks/168361929960466. We also encourage you to follow Full Tilt updates and placements at Non-Stop Trailers (www.facebook.com/pages/Non-Stop-Trailers/258829120848344), the new Facebook page for Full Tilt. Thank you for your years of friendship and loyalty!”

They also stated that “Full Tilt is not over, however, we as Ninja Tracks are no longer participating in creating any new Full Tilt. Full Tilt is now being produced by Non-Stop Music. Our final album with Full Tilt was Full Tilt End Game. We are currently producing a new catalog called Revolution as Ninja Tracks which we hope to release in the very near future. Thanks for the support!!”

For licensing information, contact Non-Stop Music.

UPDATE – November 12, 2013: End Game is now available to the public for purchase through iTunes and Amazon.

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October 5, 2012
Clothilde Lebrun