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Disasterpeace makes music out of many robots being shot


The soundtrack for Shoot Many Robots is a blues-infused rock compilation that sets the perfect tone for riding off into the desert sunset, entering a room dramatically, driving around the city at night with your sunglasses on and, yes, shooting many robots.

This melodic amalgamation was thrown together by Fez composer Disasterpeace (Rich Vreeland), and the whole album is available now on Bandcamp for $5.

Give it a listen before you buy right here, and all the best of luck with those pesky robots. We hear there's a lot of them.

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Grab the Official Shoot Many Robots Soundtrack by Indie Game Mixmaster Disasterpeace – Available Now

As gamers worldwide were reveling in the robot-destroying, nut-collecting, co-op opus that is Shoot Many Robots, many were keen to notice an epic original soundtrack to accompany the insane action. Now Demiurge Studios has unleashed the fully-mastered soundtrack to the masses.

Well-known indie game composer Rich Vreeland, A.K.A. Disasterpeace (the very same Disasterpeace who created the critically-acclaimed soundtrack for Fez), assembled a band to craft the gritty blues for the Shoot Many Robots soundtrack. The Shoot Many Robots OST is 16 tracks of guitar-laden rock that's the perfect accompaniment to murdering robots in-game and real life. The album is available for just $5 at BandCamp (

Released by Ubisoft and Demiurge Studios, Shoot Many Robots is a four-player co-op run-n-gun RPG shooter that lets you take out a tidal wave of rusting hulks of metal and degenerating circuits with an array of weaponry that would make any shooter enthusiast proud. Developed by Demiurge Studios (collaborators on Borderlands, Brothers in Arms, Mass Effect and other AAA properties) and published by Ubisoft, Shoot Many Robots is packed full of big guns, massive explosions, giant bosses, four-player online mayhem, and a ton of customizable gear to unlock.

For more information about Shoot Many Robots, please visit For information regarding Demiurge Studios' super top-secret next project, please visit For more information about the soundtrack, please contact Rich Vreeland ( or for any media inquiries related to Shoot Many Robots, please contact Jerry Whitehead III ( and Gregory Hutto (gr with Reverb Communications.

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