Frank Klepacki is a music composer who has worked on almost all games in the Command & Conquer series, as well as the Lands of Lore series and Dune series. He is most noted for his composition Hell March from C&C: Red Alert, for which he was awarded by PC Gamer in 1996, winning the prize over Trent Reznor for Quake.
He joined Westwood Studios when he was only 17 years old and started composing immediately, right after he got interested in computer gaming and composing for it. He worked there until the company closed. He is now with Petroglyph Games. EA called him in 2007 to compose for C&C 3: Tiberium Wars, but he was busy composing another game for Petroglyph. He was called again in 2008 to compose C&C: Red Alert 3, and he accepted and composed Hell March 3 and Grinder 2, among other tracks. He returned in 2009 to make some additional compositions for C&C: Red Alert 3 - Uprising. He was also a member of several bands, such as I AM and Home Cookin', and now releases his solo albums. All compositions and songs he made or contributed to can be heard on his website.
Last updated: Feb 06, 2011