Renowned Japanese video game composer and sound designer, Akira Yamaoka is scheduled to perform a regional tour throughout cities in the United Kingdom titled;”Silent Hills Live”, an event devoted to the game franchise “Silent Hills” . Akira Yamaoka will be performing some of his notable music scores to the horror video game franchise ” Silent Hill”.

“Silent Hills Live”begins in Bristol, on the 29th of October 2015 at the “Marble Factory “, continuing the tour on the 30th of October in Cardif at the Tramshed. On the 1st of November 2015, Akira Yamaoka and his orchestra will be in London for a performance at “The Laundry.” The “Silent Hills Live” tour will later commence  on the 2nd of November 2015 in Southhampton at “Engine Rooms” and later will end in Manchester on the 3rd of November 2015 at “Gorilla”.

Akira Yamaoka is well know among devotees to the long running survival horror video game franchise “Silent Hills”. Akira Yamaoka joined Konami, Developer to the game franchise   ‘Silent Hills” in 1993. He served as music composer and ultimately as producer to both the video games and live action motion picture adaptation to “Silent Hills”. His tenure at Konami ended abruptly in 2009 after his formal resignation.

Konami shared the once in a lifetime event via their official twitter page today (the 8th of September 2015)

Recently, Konami cancelled the ninth installment to the  “Silent Hills” video game series. The cancellation brought a dramatic and fatal end to the working partnership with video game Director Hideo Kojima of Kojima Productions. The latest entry was set to be a collaboration with Hollywood horror and scifi Director/Producer Guillermo del Torro

To obtain tickets “Silent Hills Live” click the link provided here: seetickets.com

1 COMMENT

  1. I believe we’re living in the Golden Age of Horror Gaming. I can understand…the fans definitely want to be immersed into the world and feel the fear as much as possible without it actually being a situation of terror. Many still get that from horror films, but for some, horror gaming and haunted houses and horror mazes are the best way to get a safe scare. I support it 100%.

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