Epic North Releases ‘Mammoth’ to the Public

Epic North Music’s successful album Mammoth was made public a few weeks ago. This release delivers epic hybrid and hard-hitting music – “mammoth-sized sound design stampede and hybrid mayhem produced for huge trailers”, according to Epic North (mission accomplished by the way – see placements below).

Mammoth was released to the industry in 2015 via Really Slow Motion. It represents the second collaboration between the two companies, following Arcadia (also available to the public). The album was composed by a Viking team – Paul Houseman, Karri Neenberg, Hannu Honkonen, Tapsa Kuusniemi and Henri Vartio. The artwork was made by Koke Núñez Gómez.

Mammoth‘s music has been used for various advertising campaigns, such as The Huntsman: Winter’s War, Warcraft, Gods of Egypt, The Finest Hours, Supergirl, Tom Clancy’s The Division and Point Break.

Mammoth is available to the public for purchase through iTunes, Amazon and Bandcamp. For licensing information, contact Really Slow Motion.

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March 30, 2016
Clothilde Lebrun