Award-winning composer Christopher Lennertz is returning to score NBC's highly anticipated series Revolution, premiering Wednesday, September 25th at 8:00PM/7:00 PM CST, and the 9th season of CW's hit series Supernatural, premiering October 9th at 9:00PM/8:00 PM CST. Revolution and Supernatural were created by executive producer and writer Eric Kripke. Revolution - Original Television Soundtrack: Season 1 is available now on WaterTower Records. Music from Lennertz's video game scores including Mass Effect 3, Gun, and Medal of Honor will be featured at the Gamer Jams video game music concert at the Ford Ampitheatre, presented by the Young Musicians Foundation September 27, 2013. The Ford Ampitheatre is located at 2580 Cahuenga Blvd., Los Angeles, CA. Tickets are available at

Starring Billy Burke (Twilight Saga) and Tracy Spiridakos (Rise of the Planet of the Apes), Revolution is based on an American Landscape when one day all power flickers off. After 15 years, a family embarks on a dangerous journey throughout the unknown world trying to solve the mystery of why and if the power will ever return. Season One ended with Rachel trying to convince Dan and Grace to turn on the power, with Aaron believing he too can turn the power on, but Randall makes it the 12th floor for an unexpected surprise. When asked about the direction for Revolution's music, Lennertz stated, "I decided because of the constant shifting in location I would create a recognizable main theme surrounded by other worldly sounds and shift those sounds as the characters journey continues so even the viewers have no idea where they are."

Lennertz scores the 9th consecutive season of the CW's hit series Supernatural premiering on Tuesday, October 9, 2013 at 9:00PM/8:00PM CST. Starring Jared Padalecki (House of Wax) and Jensen Ackles (My Bloody Valentine), Season Eight ended with Sam and Dean capturing Crowley to finish the trials and closing the gates of Hell, while Sam is left with a huge decision. Lennertz created a score with darker, more dissonant sounds, including the classic rock influences of distorted guitar and rock organ.

Christopher Lennertz is an award-winning producer, composer and conductor for film, television and video games. Lennertz's success ranges from star-studded comedies including the recent box office hit Think Like a Man and Horrible Bosses to family films including Alvin and the Chipmunks and Hop. His recent video game projects include the finale installment of Mass Effect 3 and the finale installment of Starhawk, which was recorded at George Lucas' Skywalker Ranch. His other video game credits include Medal of Honor, James Bond 007: From Russia with Love series and Gun.

Lennertz's accolades include BMI Film Awards, two Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences Awards for Best Original Score and an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Music for a Series for Supernatural. Lennertz recently scored Ride Along, in theaters Spring 2014.