Ninja Tracks: Revolution Zero

Ninja Tracks has released a new album, Zero. It is the first volume of Ninja Tracks’ new catalog, entitled Revolution. 

Zero features hybrid music, combining electronic sounds, industrial rock, orchestra and choir. “Electrifying and dramatic, Zero fuses electronic and synthetic elements with punishing industrial rock and cinematic orchestration to create an explosive, high impact soundscape designed to accentuate any campaign”, Ninja Tracks explains. “Released in October 2012, Zero is the first release from Ninja Tracks under the new brand Revolution.”

Five preview tracks are currently available – “Taste (Epic Mix)”, “Passages”, “5 By 5”, “Destroyers of Worlds” and “Giant Killers”. Don’t miss “Destroyers of Worlds”, a dark,  epic and dramatic piece.

Several cues of the album have already been used in advertising campaigns for movies such as Looper, Taken 2 and Total Recall, and video games such as Halo 4 Forward Unto Dawn, Call of Duty Black Ops 2 and Star Trek.

Ninja Tracks is a trailer music company founded by Michael Nielsen and Kaveh Cohen in 2004; their first catalog was Full Tilt. The latter one is now owned by Warner/Chappell Production Music and Ninja Tracks is working on a entirely new catalog, Revolution. 

Ninja Tracks is on Facebook, Twitter and SoundCloud.

Zero is currently not available to the public for purchase. For licensing information, contact Ninja Tracks. Regarding the possibility of a public release, the company said that they “do plan on releasing a public album in the not too distant future” (source: Facebook).

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One response to “Ninja Tracks: Revolution Zero”

  1. Eu amo Ninja Track
    Ele são o maximo

December 21, 2012
19:17
Clothilde Lebrun
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