Materia Collective is thrilled to announce Thrashlevania (Music from Castlevania), a metal album that’s been recorded to accompany performer Louie Aronowitz’s lightning-quick 15-minute speedruns of the original Castlevania on the NES. Expect a fast and furious Halloween treat of bite-sized proportions! The album is fully licensed and available now:

Thrashlevania (Music from Castlevania) on Bandcamp

Thrashlevania (Music from Castlevania) on iTunes

Thrashlevania (Music from Castlevania) on Spotify

“The biggest and most ambitious aspect of this record is that it’s timed to how I play through the game,” notes Aronowitz. “I speedrun Castlevania in about 15 minutes, and wanted to organize the record in such a way as to press play and just leave it running while I go through it. It also has possibly the most difficult guitar parts I’ve ever played… maybe.”

Kinuyo Yamashita’s iconic soundtrack to the original Castlevania is thrashed out in its entirety, including fan-favorite tracks such as “Vampire Killer,” “Wicked Child,” and “Heart of Fire.”

Learn more about Thrashlevania (Music from Castlevania):

About Louie Aronowitz:

Louie Aronowitz is a writer, performer, and musician. His award-winning music has been featured at the Tribeca Film Festival, The New York TV Festival, on Nickelodeon, Fox, ESPN, Funny or Die, College Humor, and smartphones around the world.

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About Materia Collective:

Materia Collective is a Seattle-based videogame music publisher and label, representing an international array of renowned video game musicians, composers, and songwriters. The collective supports its members with the financial, legal, logistical, and creative aspects of bringing videogame music into the forefront. The company has become known within the industry as a representation of highly innovative game music endeavors that move and inspire.

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