Expect the soundtrack for Slitterhead, the new horror game from the creator of Silent Hill, to have a similar feel to that of the survival-horror classic. Slitterhead composer Akira Yamaoka, who also created the music for Silent Hill, says he’ll be approaching the new game’s soundtrack in a similar way: by using musical elements not normally associated with horror to create a different kind of fear.
Yamaoka detailed how he joined Slitterhead in an 11-minute interview posted on developer Bokeh Game Studio’s YouTube page. In it, the famed composer speaks at length about both his approach to composition and his getting involved with Silent Hill creator Keiichiro Toyama’s new game.
Yamaoka says he first heard of the new game while out drinking with Toyama, who was using words like “Nineties,” “urban,” and “Asian taste.” “When I finally heard of Slitterhead,” Yamaoka says, “it’s like the dots had finally been connected.”
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