LOS ANGELES, May 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Extreme Music, the production music arm of SonyATV Music today announced it is bringing one of its highest profile artists, Two Steps From Hell, founded by Hollywood's trailer score heroes, Nick Phoenix and Thomas Bergersen, to the Walt Disney Concert Hall on June 14, 2013, for a live performance of their most well known hits.
Two Steps From Hell founders Bergersen and Phoenix will showcase their powerhouse "Epic Orchestral" scores live for the first time ever. The highly anticipated event will feature a 70-piece orchestra and 60-person choir and will bring to life some of their most recognized works created over the last several years.
A major part of Extreme's iconic catalog, Two Steps From Hell has provided unparalleled sonic backdrops for some of the biggest films in recent years including The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, OZ: The Great and Powerful, Olympus Has Fallen, Skyfall and Lincoln, as well as video games such as Battlefield 3, Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 and Mass Effect 3-Rebellion.
Not only are Two Steps From Hell the movie advertising industry's gold standard, but their ever growing loyal following has made them iTunes superstars. Each of their last three releases has enjoyed Top 10 success including "Invincible" reaching the No 1 spot on the Classical charts.
"It's no secret Two Steps From Hell has defined the sound of the Hollywood movie trailer," says Russell Emanuel, Founder and CEO, Extreme Music. "Unprecedented public demand has made this concert an inevitability and we are privileged to be making it a reality."
Tickets for the live show at Walt Disney Concert Hall on June 14, 2013 are now available for purchase at MusicCenter.org and at TicketMaster.
About Extreme Music: World-renowned as the "Bad Boys of the Industry," Extreme, the Production Music Library arm of Sony/ATV Music Publishing, have made it their duty to change the face of library music. Since exploding onto the scene in 1997 these production music zeitgeists have consistently delivered an industry- quaking catalogue that leaves their competition sleeping with the lights on and establishes them as the undisputed masters in their field. Their unrivalled A-list packed roster famously boasts names such as Quincy Jones, Hans Zimmer, Snoop Dogg, Rodney Jerkins, Robbie Nevil, Junkie XL, Paul Oakenfold, Xzibit, Mark Mothersbaugh, Timbaland, Mike "Daddy" Evans and Vince Clarke to name a few.
Users addicted to Extreme include music supervisors for hit shows such as Homeland, American Horror Story, New Girl and Modern Family; blockbusters and trailers including The Lone Ranger, A Good Day to Die Hard, Lincoln, Wreck It Ralph, Life of Pi and Skyfall; and memorable advertising campaigns for Red Bull,Coca Cola, EA, Virgin Atlantic, Phillips, Stolichnaya, Ford, Puma and AT&T. For more information, go to www.extrememusic.com
About Two Steps from Hell:Two Steps From Hell was formed back in 2006 when Thomas Bergersen and Nick Phoenix joined forces to write original music for movie trailers. Seven years later, Two Steps From Hell have been featured in hundreds of movie ads, including some of the biggest blockbusters of recent time. Two Steps has also been charting consistently in the top 100 on iTunes/Soundtracks for the past three years with all three releases, Invincible, Archangel and Skyworld. For more information, go to www.twostepsfromhell.com.
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