November 19th, 2011
We don’t have any new 12 Rounds news to report, as Atticus has been busy with some other tiny side projects, such as The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo soundtrack, and now moving on to the How To Destroy Angels debut album. James over at Fuck Yeah Atticus Ross on Tumblr has been doing an excellent job of providing updates and flashbacks.
We do have a report of something that slipped through the cracks: “Dead Man” and “Sioux 86″ were both in the film Rise: Blood Hunter, released way back in 2007. “Dead Man” can be heard starting at 11:25, and “Sioux 86″ is at 39:11. The film is available on DVD, and there’s also a UK Blu-ray, but it’s region-free. Thanks to Tatiana for bringing this to our attention!
If you’re looking to fill up your holiday wish list, 12 Rounds was also featured on Shadow Hours, Brilliant But Cancelled Crime Dramas (includes an episode of Touching Evil), New York I Love You (the Allen Hughes segment is scored by 12 Rounds), All Over Me (features “Something’s Burning”), and of course The Book of Eli.
February 28th, 2011
Tonight was the big night. Trent and Atticus are nominated for Best Original Score for The Social Network. More later! Thanks to @Swimfinfan for grabbing the screencap.
And they WON!!!
Congratulations to Academy Award Winners Atticus Ross and Trent Reznor.
We here at 12rounds.net congratulate you both and direct readers to the well-written article over at TheNINHotline for more information about the big win and the world of Year Zero becoming closer to fruition.
January 17th, 2011
So far this week, Trent Reznor and 12 Rounds’ Atticus Ross have picked up the following awards for their score to The Social Network (which is also now available on DVD and Blu-Ray):
VH1 Critics’ Choice Award (Best Score)
Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award (Best Music Score)
Hollywood Foreign Press Association Golden Globe (Best Original Score – Motion Picture)
Oscar nominations are January 25…
September 28th, 2010
The Social Network Soundtrack by Trent Reznor and 12 Rounds’ Atticus Ross is now available digitally through Amazon.com and available for pre-order in several physical varieties, which all include an immediately available digital copy through The Null Corporation.
The film hits theaters this Friday, October 1!