After revealing Slitterhead at the 2021 Game Awards, Bokeh studios released a new video to give way to master Akira Yamaoka, the composer of Silent Hill’s soundtrack, to tell his
In his 30 years of career, the Japanese multi-instrumentalist and composer has actively contributed to the creation of the soundtrack of dozens of video games. In addition to the already mentioned Silent Hill and its sequels (as well as the film of the same name), Yamaoka composed, directed and supervised the music of Shadows of the Damned, Sine Mora and Lollipop
It will be interesting to find out which way Yamaoka will take in painting the disturbing sound picture of Slitterhead, contributing actively to the realization of a work that, according to the bosses of the Boke studies
To those who follow us, we remind you that in recent days Toyama has discussed the playful, narrative and “emotional” experience that awaits us immersing ourselves in the atmosphere of his next horror, claiming that Slitterhead will be more a At this point we just have to wait for the announcement of the launch window of this experience in dark shades that, presumably, will see the light on PC and consoles not before 2023.