Fired Earth Music’s Latest Releases

The company’s new albums include Indestructible, Ecliptium and Metal Fury.

Indestructible is an epic, heroic and dramatic orchestral album, offering “explosive, high-energy cues for family action adventure trailers”. The album combines “huge orchestral hits with driving string lines, rousing brass and choir for an exciting, action-packed journey”.

Indestructible was composed by Jochen Flach, Matthew G. McGaughey, Erick L.D. DeVore, Gregor Huber, Martin Haene and Alex Tschallene. The album is available to the public for purchase through iTunes and can be explored on the West One Music website.

fired earth music - ecliptium 2Ecliptium

Inspiring, emotional and soaring, Ecliptium offers “sophisticated cinematic soundscapes evolving from ethereal beginnings into grand, uplifting orchestral climaxes with thunderous percussion, brass and choir.”

Ecliptium features composers Gregor Huber, Martin Haene, Stephen D. Lemaire,  Jonathan B. Buchanan, Dirk Leupolz and  Alex Tschallener. Placements include Ex Machina: 

The album is available to the public for purchase through iTunes and can be explored on the West One Music website.

fired earth music - metal fury 2Metal Fury

Dark and aggressive, Metal Fury consists of “tough, hard-hitting, hybrid guitar tracks for modern blockbuster campaigns”, composed by Russell A. McKamey, Guy Wallace, Mitchell R. Marlow, Danny McCarthy and Charles I. Evans. The album is currently not available to the public for purchase. It can be explored on the West One Music website however.

For licensing information, contact Fired Earth Music or West One Music.

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3 responses to “Fired Earth Music’s Latest Releases”

  1. Jonathan Johnson says:

    It seems that the iTunes albums are only available in the UK iTunes Store and not the US one.

    • BV says:

      Thanks Russell, but that link doesn’t have the Indestructible album. Not in the US. Disappointing.

July 19, 2015
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