Silent Hill 4: The Room vinyl soundtrack published by Mondo
Development by Team Silent took place concurrently with Silent Hill 3 and sought to take the established conventions of the franchise in a new direction. Unlike previous installments where action takes place in the town of Silent Hill, protagonist Henry Townshend finds himself trapped in his apartment in South Ashfield Heights. The working title, building on the claustrophobic scenario, was "Room 302."
The fourth installment in Konami's survival horror series debuted in June of 2004 for the Xbox and PlayStation 2 consoles, followed by Windows operating systems. Silent Hill 4 is available for Windows operating systems through GOG.com, joining classic Konami titles Metal Gear, Metal Gear Solid and Metal Gear Solid 2 Substance.
Featuring artwork by Ashley Swidowski and Nephelomancer, Mondo's two-disc analog record release will go on sale this Wednesday at noon, CST. The 22-track digital soundtrack for Silent Hill 4: The Room is streaming on Apple Music and Spotify.
From the product page:
A room full of nightmares…. Henry Townshend finds himself trapped in his apartment and the only escape is through a mysterious portal that leads to a horrifying alternate reality. With gruesome sights around every corner and his sanity being tested, he must find his way out of this nightmare. Enter The Room, a thrilling story in the most terrifying game series of all time.Mondo - (OUT OF STOCK)
This week, we continue our SILENT HILL series with the premiere vinyl pressings of the @SilentHill 3 & 4: THE ROOM soundtracks from @Konami, featuring art by Ashley Swidowski and @nephelomancer.— Mondo (@MondoNews) August 16, 2021
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