Leigh Thorne’s upcoming Silent Hill fan film Road of Guilt is chugging along, with the proverbial finish line in sight. The director dropped a small update for us regarding the the status of filming, as well as announcing that the short’s soundtrack will be handled by Gothic metal band Never Again.
Due to the storms and snow, filming has unfortunately been hampered. However, Leigh states that the crew did manage to secure “another fantastic filming location” in the Channel Islands “that will really help with the atmosphere of this Silent Hill fan short.”
The bigger news is that Never Again will be providing a selection of tracks from their current EP, “A Restless Journey”, for the short. According to Leigh, Never Again “created a sound experience, transforming the music into sensations, sadness, confusion, loneliness, fear, perfect for our trip down the ‘Road of Guilt’.”
You can check out the EP on Never Again’s Bandcamp site while we wait for Road of Guilt‘s filming to complete. Silent Hill: Road of Guilt is expected later this year, and stars Matt Perkins as James Sunderland, who is investigating a ley line hotspot where a rift has potentially opened between our realm and the realm of Silent Hill.