Epic Score: Epic Action & Adventure Vol. 12, 13 and 14

12.12.12 was an epic day – in addition to the release of Heroes by Fired Earth Music, three other albums of trailer music went out: Epic Action & Adventure Vol. 12, 13 and 14, by Epic Score.

These three albums were made available to the public first. The industry releases will follow soon.We are happy to announce that 3 new albums will appear on iTunes and Amazon on Dec. 12, 2012″, Epic Score explains. “Licensing will commence early in Jan. 2013.”

Graced with a beautiful cover artwork, Epic Action & Adventure Vol. 12 was composed by Gabriel Shadid. It features a lot of epic and action-packed cues, as well as several piano pieces, which are more evocative and emotional.

Epic Action & Adventure Vol. 12 “includes 3 new piano-based tracks that are emotional, have strong builds and evoke strong imagery: #1, 5 and 14. Plus, there’s no shortage of pounding, screaming, heavy hitting and all the other goodies that makes these cds so fun to create! The last track is a slow, heavy, thematic Requiem.”

You can listen to two demos of the album on the Epic Score website: an epic action demo and an epic piano demo.

Epic Action & Adventure Vol. 13 also offers epic, dynamic music, full of action. It was composed by Aleksandar Dimitrijevic, Tarek Mansur, Daniel James, Edward Bradshaw and Alex Pfeffer.

“The sounds are big, the percussion is bold and the orchestras and choirs are unrelenting!”

A demo of Epic Action & Adventure Vol. 13 is available on the Epic Score website.

Finally, Epic Action & Adventure Vol. 14 also features, as you can guess, epic and action-packed music. Like Vol. 13, it was composed by Aleksandar Dimitrijevic, Tarek Mansur, Daniel James, Edward Bradshaw and Alex Pfeffer.

“This album continues with more action music […]. More great action music and heavy sounds, along with slick sound design and powerful orchestra and strong themes.”

You will find a demo of Epic Action and Adventure Vol. 14 on the Epic Score website.

All three albums are available to the public for purchase through iTunes and AmazonFor licensing information, visit the Epic Score website.

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