Chad Rehmann’s score to the upcoming horror film, Camp Cold Brook, is getting a digital and physical release tomorrow, February 7th, 2020. The album consists of 12 original tracks. The film, directed by Andy Palmer is getting released by Shout! Studios in select theaters, digital and On-demand February 14th, 2020. The film stars horror veterans Chad Michael Murray (House of Wax), Daniel Harris (Halloween 4 & 5) and Courtney Gains (Children of the Corn). The composer’s other credits include Badlands of Kain, Killer Island and The Funhouse Massacre to name a few. Physical copies will be available at chadrehmann.com and digital will be available on all major sites including iTunes, Spotify, Amazon and Apple Music.
Today, Dread Central is thrilled to debut two tracks from the Camp Cold Brook Soundtrack!
When discussing the score Rehmann says, “Andy Palmer (director) gave me an incredible amount of freedom in creating the sonic world for Camp Cold Brook, and I was eager to take advantage of the opportunities that freedom offered. Creating the score entailed blending traditional and contemporary orchestral writing with recordings of splashing water, branches, chains from a swing set, children screaming, and other sounds that you would hear at a camp. Every day of the scoring process allowed me to experiment and depart further from the more traditional scores that I’ve written, and I’m excited to share the results of that process with this release.”
Camp Cold Brook follows reality TV producer and host Jack Wilson (Murray), who finds himself in a tough spot when his show is about to be canceled. In a last-ditch effort to spark ratings, he and his producer Angela (Harris) choose to film their next episode at the legendary Camp Cold Brook, which was host to a horrific incident where the young campers were drowned in a nearby creek 20 years ago. Their arrival begins like any other episode… but the TV crew find that they get more than they bargained for.
ABOUT CHAD REHMANN:
Composer Chad Rehmann was born and raised in a small mid-Michigan farming community. While his college education at Michigan State University offered a solid music foundation, his desire to write music for film and television meant that he had to leave nearly everything behind and begin a new life in Los Angeles. So that’s what he did in the summer of 2003 and has been making music ever since.
Now recognized by the National Foundation for the Advancement in the Arts, ASCAP Foundation, and inducted into the Television Academy of Arts and Sciences, Chad’s successes have secured a steady stream of production companies for whom he’s written music: DreamWorks, Sony, Paramount, ABC Family, SyFy Channel and PBS to name a few. He is an alum of the ASCAP Film Scoring Workshop and recipient of the ASCAP Foundation David Rose Award. Versatility, humor, and the Midwest ethic of getting the job done right no matter what keeps directors and producers coming back.
In addition to his work with film and television, Chad also carves out time in his schedule to write music for the concert hall, give talks at universities, and help recent college graduates navigate the film scoring business. Entrepreneurship and helping students gain the necessary business tools to succeed in today’s global music market is a passion of his.
ABOUT SHOUT! STUDIOS:
Shout! Studios is the filmed entertainment production and distribution arm of Shout! Factory, specializing in all aspects of distribution, including theatrical, VOD, digital and broadcast. Reflecting Shout! Factory’s ongoing commitment to innovation and excellence, Shout! Studios champions and supports like-minded filmmakers and creators at the forefront of pop culture, driving creative expression and diversity in independent storytelling. Shout! Studios finances, produces, acquires and distributes an eclectic slate of movies, award-winning animated features, specialty films and series from rising and established talent, filmmakers and producers.
Are you excited to check out Camp Cold Brook beginning February 14th? What do you think of our exclusive tracks from the soundtrack by composer Chad Rehmann? Let us know in the comments below or on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram! You can also carry on the convo with me personally on Twitter @josh_millican.