Contact: David Paul Seymour
LOS ANGELES, CA (October 31, 2015) – DOOM Films, LLC. has confirmed a final list of hand-selected artists and bands that will create the artwork and soundtrack for the forthcoming animated film The Planet of DOOM. Each artist was invited to create exclusive artwork to coincide with the film’s script—written by David Paul Seymour. Each band was bade with the task of writing and recording an original song for the film’s score—to be animated and edited by director Tim Granda. The Planet of DOOM is one continuous story, broken down into 14 chapters. For each chapter, one artist and one band have been paired up to create their unique representation of the story-line through artwork and music—the lyrics of the songs serve as the narrative for the film.
The Planet of DOOM is currently slated for release in 2017, with a Kickstarter campaign coming in Spring 2016 for fans to participate in the success of the film—and have an opportunity to score from a variety of Kickstarter-exclusive The Planet of DOOM merchandise.
The following is a complete list of paired bands and artists for The Planet of DOOM (*not in order of appearance)
Conan x Scott Trerrotola
Destroyer of Light x Vance Kelly
Goya x Simon Berndt
Ironweed x Jesse Schaller
Monolord x Skinner
Mos Generator x David Paul Seymour
Mother Crone x Burney
Mothership x Zachary ‘EZ’ Nelson
Orchid x Jason Cruz
Order of the Owl x Maarten Donders
Scorpion Child x Adam Burke
Slow Season x Tony Papesh
Spirit Caravan x Nicholas Coleman
Summoner x Brian Profillio
The Well x Gorgeous George
Wo Fat x Alexis Ziritt
Additional music provided by NAAM
ABOUT THE PLANET OF DOOM:
The Planet of DOOM is an animated film, in which our hero, Halvar the Brave, seeks vengeance aboard a witch-born chopper, journeying across a psychedelic landscape on a quest to defeat the deadly beast Mördvél for the slaying of his bride. In a saga conveyed through 14 chapters, artists and bands are diligently paired together to create their representation of the film’s screenplay written by artist David Paul Seymour, and animated by director Tim Granda.
Visit http://www.theplanetofdoom.com to watch the trailer, see artwork in progress for the film, and get more information about the artists and bands involved.