Dutch electronic musician NOISIA will be providing some "sick drops, brah" to DmC: Devil May Cry. NOISIA has composed over three hours worth of original music that will be used in cinematics, gameplay and combat. Capcom has released one of the tracks, which you can listen to above or download for free.
Don't hate on this just because it's got the wubs. Sure, this sample track isn't the most exciting, but I really dug what I was hearing when I played DmC at E3. The music definitely fit the vibe of the level designs and combat. Plus, NOISIA has some experience in the gaming soundtrack scene as he's worked on DJ Hero, WipEout, MotorStorm: Apocalypse, and Gran Turismo in the past. Give it a chance is all I'm saying.
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