Rom Di Prisco

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Rom Di Prisco
Birth nameRomolo Di Prisco
Also known asMorphadron
Born (1972-08-30) August 30, 1972 (age 48)
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
GenresElectronica, breakbeat, big beat
Occupation(s)Composer, producer, sound designer
InstrumentsKeyboards, synthesizers, turntables, guitar, bass
Years active1990s–present
Associated actsSaki Kaskas, Unit:187, Skinny Puppy, Jesper Kyd, Jeff van Dyck

Romolo "Rom" Di Prisco (sometimes known as Morphadron; born August 30, 1972) is a Canadian video game composer and producer. He has provided music for over 30 video games, including Guacamelee!,[1] Unreal Tournament 3,[2] SSX Tricky,[3] Spy Hunter 2,[3] NHL series,[4] Need for Speed series,.[3] He also produces remixes for other artists including Christopher Lawrence, Unit:187, 3kStatic, and Count Your Curses.[5] In addition, he also works on music for films and television programs. Some of his music in film and television include Saw 2, The Oprah Winfrey Show, America's Next Top Model, and The Sopranos, among many others.[5]

During an interview with, Di Prisco mentioned some of his influences: Leftfield, Skinny Puppy, The Prodigy, I Start Counting, PWEI, New Order, FSOL, Red Flag, Daft Punk, The Cure, Kraftwerk, Underworld, Thompson Twins, D.A.F., Howard Jones, and Nitzer Ebb.[6][3]

In December 2010, Di Prisco released his debut solo album, Cryptidalia. The album is currently available as a choose-your-price (including free) download from his website.[6]

In 2017, the game Fortnite was released featuring his soundtrack.



  1. ^ L., Stefan. "TSA Game Of The Year 2013 - Soundtracks". The Sixth Axis. Retrieved 4 September 2014.
  2. ^ D., Spence (December 19, 2007). "Unreal Tournament 3: The Soundtrack". IGN. Retrieved September 4, 2014.
  3. ^ a b c d Greening, Chris. "Interview with Rom Di Prisco". Game Music Online. Archived from the original on 13 March 2012. Retrieved 4 September 2014.
  4. ^ Di Prisco, Rom. "Credits". Rom Di Prisco official website.
  5. ^ a b Di Prisco, Rom. "Bio". Rom Di Prisco official website. Retrieved 4 September 2014.
  6. ^ a b Naumenko, Michael; Flamberg (April 2011). "Rom Di Prisco Interview: The Joy of Creating New Sounds". Game-OST. Retrieved 4 September 2014.

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