I don't know if this asked before but; in the 47 Ronin's Trailer #1 around 1:49 there's a really cool song that I can't find who composed and I think it sounds a lot like the Atticus and NIN collaborations. Is it really one of his songs?
It’s not - Atticus was originally going to score the film, but for undisclosed reasons (most likely scheduling conflicts) he had to step down. The music you’re hearing is by his replacement, Ilan Eshkeri.
(And considering the critical reception of the film, I’d say Atticus got out lucky)
How to destroy angels_’ signed wall from their final show of their debut tour - The Fillmore, Silver Spring, MD.
Capital G (Instrumental) - Nine Inch Nails
Production: Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross
Engineering: Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross
The Space In Between (Instrumental) - How To Destroy Angels
How Long? (Instrumental) - How to destroy angels_
Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross from the recording of Nine Inch Nails’ With Teeth.
Atticus Ross and Dave Grohl, from the recording of Nine Inch Nails’ With Teeth. [x]
Notes from a talk and Q&A in Professor Jason Squire’s class on “Sound In Movies” from 2011.
From world affairs to entertainment, business to fashion, crime to society, Vanity Fair is a cultural catalyst that drives the popular dialogue globally.
Article on Liberty Ross’ family, which of course, means Atticus’.
Convict Colony - Saul Williams
Programming and engineering by Atticus Ross
The drums from the track were taken from the now-defunct Tapeworm project.
Atticus Ross by Tamar Levine
Broken Men - Atticus Ross; Claudia Sarne and Leopold Ross
From the Broken City soundtrack