The Albums Will Feature Score By I, Frankenstein’s Daniel Davies And Geno Lenardo Plus Vocals And Performances By Mlny Parsonz, Brian Liesegang, Will Hunt And More
Lakeshore Records will release two soundtrack albums for John Bergin’s Wednesday comic book. The album set includes a complete score for the comic book and a collection of songs inspired by the story. Both albums are composed by Daniel Davies (Year Long Disaster) and Geno Lenardo (Filter, Device) with many guest vocalists and performers, including Mlny Parsonz (Royal Thunder), Brian Liesegang (Filter, NIN), Will Hunt (Evanescence), Aly Jados, Nina Bergman, KYBD and John Bergin (Trust Obey, C17H19NO3). See more details below.
Written and illustrated by John Bergin (From Inside), Wednesday tells the story of a young girl named “Wednesday” who is dissatisfied with her life hiding under a scrap yard in a post-apocalyptic world. On the eve of her sixteenth birthday, Wednesday’s father is kidnapped by bounty hunters. To save him, Wednesday ventures into the wasteland with her only friends: robotic sock monkeys Manny, Moe and Jack. Armed with only her wits and driving a 1970 Plymouth Barracuda, Wednesday must overcome bandits, killer robots and a deadly assassin from the past.
Download The Single!
‘K So from Wednesday (Original Comic Book Soundtrack): iTunes
Bergin turned to Daniel Davies (John Carpenter’s Vortex; I, Frankenstein) and Geno Lenardo (I, Frankenstein, Underworld: Awakening) to compose the score and the soundtrack for Wednesday. “Daniel and Geno are incredibly versatile musicians,” said Bergin. “Their work usually sounds heavy or dark, but I heard a playfulness and sensitivity in their music that I knew would be a great fit for a coming-of-age story like Wednesday.”
The soundtracks are coming soon, so stay tuned!
2 thoughts on “Wednesday Comic: Two New Soundtracks To Be Released For John Bergin’s Graphic Novel”
Comments are closed.