While posted in Poland a Shell shocked British Army Captain and his unit embark on a mysterious secret covert mission just days after Hitler is declared dead.
Devil's Gold is a genre defining adventure horror, starring Jonathan Curd as British army captain John Marston who will ultimately choose the side of light or dark, as he faces temptation and redemption. Whilst in Poland, John and his unit (Dean Michael Gregory as Joe, Simon Jennings as Smitty and Harry Lodge as Tommy) embark on a mysterious secret covert mission just days after Hitler is declared dead. Featuring an ensemble cast, fast action, unsettling horrors and good old fashioned creepy storytelling that is guaranteed to leave you craving for more.
Devil's Gold was very much a blank canvas for me, after seeing a concept of the first episode, this was my chance to see what emotion was evoked. The percussive elements were used to drive tension, especially the opening section to episode 3, where the taiko is used in a ritual sense. Instead of writing a theme, which was done by John Dorr (Stems), I provided underscore which had SFX elements, which you can hear in the full extended editions below.