Science Friction hails from New Jersey and has provided professional, quality music with spontaneity, emotion and textured moods for horror movies, documentaries, animation, film, video games, commercials, and much more. Their unique music has been featured in NFL Films/Bristlecone’s “Faces of Evil” (TNT), H.P. Lovecraft’s “The Terrible Old Man” (Bravo), and for E! Entertainment's Tara Reid’s “Taradise,” "25 Celebrity Near Death Experiences," and the Chelsea Lately Show.” Check out Science Friction’s music and sound imagery to see why they’re in such hot demand today.
Science Friction is on a roll, with their music garnering raves in the industry. Recent projects featuring their music include “20 Acts Of Love Gone Wrong" (ETV), "25 Most Memorable Swimsuit Moments" (ETV). They additionally composed and performed music for the short film “Last Stand,” an eight-minute Director's Cut from the 2007 sleeper zombie film “George A. Romero Diary of the Dead” as well as scoring the short film, “Me and Pollyanna.” Other productions include the Flash animation series “The Perils of…Dr. Shroud,” whose mobile shows are available on ZapperTV, ThunderSquid, and on V Cast Verizon enabled cell phones. Lately, Howard Eskin, WIP AM 610 Philadelphia Radio Sports Host, has featured Science Friction’s music on his new radio promotion, and Robusto Records just released a haunting Halloween CD, “Symphony of the Night,” using the group’s music.