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Mike Trebilcock is a film composer, songwriter, producer and multi-intrumentalist. He has created unique scores for many shorts and feature films including Crabs!, CarousHELL: The 2nd, The Fight Machine, Hit The Hitman, Killer Quarantine, We Are Strangers, Beneath The Old Dark House, Curse of the Bloody Voodoo Sock Puppet, Tis The Season, More Than You Can Chew (from the anthology, Morbid Stories), Harvest of Horrors, Dinogore, Creature From Cannibal Creek, You Don't Belong Here, Exorcism of the Dead", Poltergeist Encounters, The Friday Night Death Slot, Johnny Ghoulash Escapes From Creightonville, and Chewed - a short film he also wrote and directed, now available as a part of the Frightvision anthology. Coming soon are scores for Kylgor in the Grisly Abyss, Desert Dwellers, Wrestlemassacre 2, and the sequel to Ouija Shark.
He has also written and performed songs under the band name Sematary Spawn for George A. Romero's Iron City Asskickers, The Abominations of Frankenstein, Exorcism of the Dead, Curse of Krampus, Dinogore, Ouija Mummy, Troma's Grindsploitation 666, Wrestlemassacre, Lycanimator, Slimoids and many more.
He composed themes for the podcasts We Like Theme Parks (nominated for 3 Canadian Podcast Awards: Outstanding Main Title Theme Music for a Series, Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics for a Series, and Outstanding Society & Culture Series), What Happened at Braley Pond (in production), Movie Madhouse, The Vicious Circle, and more.
In 2013 Mike was the co-composer for George A. Romero's Night of the Living Dead Live - a theater production currently licending through Samuel French. The original show was produced by George A. Romero, Russell Streiner, John Russo, Christopher Harrison and Phil Pattison, and written by Chris Bond (Evil Dead the Musical), Trevor Martin and Dale Boyer.
Sematary Spawn - Songs for Films
Score Samples - Bonus Tracks
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Artist photo by Ed Roth
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