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Korean Game Features Music by Kiwi Band Bolbox Rex

Korean Game 'Nitro Family' to Feature Music by Kiwi Band Bolbox Rex.

GISBORNE, NZ - Jan 29 2004: -Castles Music Productions today announced that Korean developer Delphieye has licensed the music of Auckland band Bolbox Rex for use in their computer game ­ Nitro Family.

Delphieye has licensed the use of two songs, "Get Set" and "Severed Tongue," for inclusion in Nitro Family which will release on PC and Xbox� Q2, 2004.

Simon Castles, Director of Castles Music Productions was excited about this milestone in the NZ music industry, "It is wonderful to see such a talented band being recognised internationally. I'm proud to have had a part in negotiating the licensing for the Bolbox Rex, and I hope this will encourage other New Zealand artists to seek an international audience for their music. "

Nitro Family is Delphieye's first game, and the first so-called First Person Shooter to come from Korea. Nitro Family delivers a fun game experience through it's humorous B-movie style story line and frantic comic book like action. The Nitro Family website can be viewed at: http://www.nitrofamily.com/news.htm

About Bolbox Rex. Formed in 2002, Bolbox Rex (http://www.bolboxrex.com/) throws rock, punk, grunge and metal into the musical blender to create the driving backbone of the Bolbox Rex sound.

About Castles Music Productions (CMP.) Gisborne based CMP (http://www.castlesmusic.com/) is New Zealand's premiere audio production studio for computer games. CMP created the original music and sound effects for the hit summer game Stacey Jones, Rugby League (Rugby League in Australia, and Super League in Europe.) Recently CMP has expanded it's production capability by affiliating with selected audio professionals and other specialist audio teams in New Zealand, Australia, Canada, USA and the UK.

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