Successful artist/composer/producer Michael Bross conjures a style that is emotional and haunting.
In the last few years, he has created the soundtrack for the video
games "Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath" (published by Electronic Arts,
2005) and "Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee" (published by Microsoft, 2001). Oddworld's games have sold 5 million copies worldwide. His work on these projects has won him several awards including the NY Festivals
Gold World Medal in 2004 for “Best Soundtrack”. He also crafted
the scores for "Black Dahlia" (1998, published by Take 2), starring Dennis Hopper, and "Ripper" (1996, published by Take 2), starring
Besides his score work, Bross recently recorded and released a new
album, “Everything Is Now” (2006), a unique crafting of cinematic/hypnotic electronica. His album "As Quiet Things Roar", originally
released in 2001, has been re-released in 2007.
He is also working on a new album which will be released sometime this year.
2012 has been a busy year for Michael Bross. He has returned to two of his favourite series in order to score the sequel Ratchet & Clank: Full Frontal Assault and the remake Abe's Oddysee HD. Between such roles, he has also provided his expertise in composition and sound design for a host of free-to-play titles. These include the Facebook games Kat the Brat and Avination, the browser RPG KingsRoad, and the long-anticipated MMORPG Kings Road.