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Wednesday, January 27, 2021

Soundtrack for Adam Egypt Mortimer’s ‘Archenemy’ Releasing Digitally This Friday

The new film from Adam Egypt Mortimer (Daniel Isn’t Real), Archenemy is currently available on VOD ahead of a DVD and Blu-ray release on February 16, and we’ve learned today that the film’s soundtrack is being released Digitally this week ahead of a vinyl release.

Available everywhere this Friday, January 29th, Archenemy: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack With Music by Umberto, includes music written by Umberto for the superhero mystery-thriller starring Joe Manganiello. The album is the latest addition to the award-winning catalogue of scores from SpectreVision films, joining critically-acclaimed scores like Colin Stetson’s Color Out Of Space and Jóhann Jóhannsson’s Mandy. In addition to the digital release, the album will also soon be available in vinyl format from Waxwork Records.

Composer Umberto tells us in a statement, “I had been a big fan of the films from SpectreVision and Adam so it was very exciting to have the chance to score this latest one. Working with them was enjoyable because they cared very deeply about the music and had a lot of really great ideas. I felt like I had lots of creative freedom too so it was a very pleasant experience and I’m very happy with the way it all turned out. Part of the film takes place on Earth and the other part takes place in another dimension on a planet called Chromium. For that world, I used a lot of metallic electronic sounds as well as multiple layers of arrhythmic banging on metal objects with loads of effects. I used atonal and microtonal harmonies to give it a more alien sound. Adam wanted a krautrock influence on the overall vibe of the film. I incorporated elements of that throughout the film in both dimensions.”

“We’ve been looking for a project with Umberto for a while and Archenemy was the perfect fit for his dynamic, otherworldly sound,” adds Archenemy producer Elijah Wood, continuing, “He pushed himself and his sound with this score, and we’re in love with the result.”

Here’s the full track listing:

  • Our Towers Pierced The Clouds
  • Nutty Broad With The Hair
  • Hamster City Motherfucker
  • Some Kind Of Kid Reporter
  • Building A Golden Nest
  • The Highest Buildings In Chromium
  • Sugarplum Fairy Interstellar Princess
  • The Agony Of Self
  • An Unresistable Urge
  • A Scent, A Memory, A Molecule
  • The Square Root Of Negative One
  • Punching Your Way Through Gunfire
  • A Dimmer Fucking Universe
  • Annihilate All Hate
  • All Of The Timelines All At Once
  • I Can See Between Worlds
  • Threat Level Assessment
  • Eleven Dimensional Space
  • The Silence Between Space And Time
  • A Black Hole The Size Of Twelve Billion Suns

In Archenemy, “Max Fist (Joe Manganiello) claims to be a hero from another dimension who fell through time and space to Earth, where he has no powers. No one believes his stories except for a local teen named Hamster. Together, they take to the streets to wipe out the local drug syndicate and its vicious crime boss known as The Manager.”


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