Misha Mansoor reveals new tracks

2014-08-31 by Tyler G | 28 Comments
Microsoft/343 Industries has announced that Misha Mansoor (Periphery/Bulb/Animals As Leaders) has contributed two new tracks for the remastered Halo 2 Anniversary, which is part of the Halo Master Chief Collection. These tracks will take the place of Breaking Benjamin's and Incubus' original contributions.

Along with Mansoor, original contributor to the Halo 2 soundtrack, Steve Vai has also contributed to a rerecording of the Halo 2 theme. Vai recorded his tracks along with full orchestral accompaniment at Skywalker Sound.

These tracks, as well as a full rerecording of the entire Marty O'Donnell/Michael Salvatori score, will be released in physical and digital formats on the day of the game's release, November 11th 2014. A two disc cd and a limited edition vinyl edition are currently planned.

A clip of both artist's contributions can be heard here (skip to 25:13):





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DatBeefPudding
August 31st 2014
1599 Comments


wow, good for him.

GringoSuave89
August 31st 2014
1104 Comments


I'm pretty jazzed about it. Should be excellent.

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Forevermore
August 31st 2014
138 Comments


This is awesome.

Calc
August 31st 2014
14405 Comments


i seriously loved incubus' contribution to the original soundtrack i'll have to see how this sounds

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italianStallion
August 31st 2014
169 Comments


Can't stand Periphery, but not many heavy guitarists can say they've done this.

SitarHero
August 31st 2014
5400 Comments


Both tracks sound epic as fuck.

wwf
August 31st 2014
2674 Comments


The Incubus and Breaking Benjamin songs were tight as hell and this sounds like it'll go well but I'm hoping they're not going to George Lucas up this anniversary release too much

Devastator
August 31st 2014
2756 Comments


I just want to play Halo 2 and 3 again. Bring me back to Lockout and Guardian.

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DotEight
August 31st 2014
5696 Comments


I love his guitar work. But I hate that he is in Periphery. What a shit band.

chug73
August 31st 2014
2011 Comments


Halo 3 was the best. I remember playing the hell out of it.
Isolation, Guardian, Sandtrap. All good maps.

DotEight
August 31st 2014
5696 Comments


Eh all I play is Injustice. Get on it.

MeatSalad
August 31st 2014
16333 Comments


More like injustass tbh

SlMBOLlC
August 31st 2014
5551 Comments


firing range>
durr

Dolving999
August 31st 2014
1752 Comments


Expect a barrage of djent covers featuring a guy with a master chief helmet on youtube

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theacademy
Staff Reviewer
August 31st 2014
29438 Comments


Misha


the electric lightbro


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FitToSwing
August 31st 2014
65 Comments


A little disappointed that the Incubus track won't be included. I really loved their contribution to the game.

KILL
August 31st 2014
76827 Comments


how fitting

GringoSuave89
August 31st 2014
1104 Comments


For those a bit bummed that Breaking Benjamin and Incubus are out, you can still hear their tracks in game. Halo 2 Anniversary lets you switch seamlessly between classic and updated graphics, and the remastered audio and classic audio switch as well.

TheBigManWithTheRock
August 31st 2014
55 Comments


god, why are people encouraging this jackass? now i have to listen to chugging while im trying to kill aliens

Durrzo
August 31st 2014
1267 Comments


Maybe because he's talented and a lot of people like his work. Maybe.

Gestapo
August 31st 2014
1150 Comments


that cant be it

chug73
September 1st 2014
2011 Comments


cool

SitarHero
September 1st 2014
5400 Comments


"god, why are people encouraging this jackass? now i have to listen to chugging while im trying to kill aliens"

If you're the sort of person who spends money on a HD reissue you probably deserve it.

chug73
September 1st 2014
2011 Comments


You showed him.

Nomos
September 1st 2014
1043 Comments


My favourite childhood memories all relate to playing Halo 2 with my brother and getting really, really good at it. My brother and I played compulsively and followed all of the new glitches and shit. So much fun. Halo 3 was the last "great" Halo game. The last one that actually felt like it belonged with H1 and H2. I'm so glad they're releasing this HD remake. I will not play another Xbox game for years if they pull it off correctly.

Couldn't stand the inclusion of Incubus and BB back then, this is a lot better. PUMPED.




TheBigManWithTheRock
September 1st 2014
55 Comments


im just trying to play multiplayer, if you think i give a crap about hd campaign u wrong

GringoSuave89
September 2nd 2014
1104 Comments


Different strokes for different folks. I loved every campaign (yes, even 4) but it's the multiplayer that keeps me going back.

Then again, I also play COD's campaigns so I guess I'm stupid.

chug73
September 3rd 2014
2011 Comments


nah its all good. For me 3 was the pinnacle of the series. Reach was just weird but had a sweet campaign.
4's multi is like 3 without the charm but it's a step in right direction.



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