|Known for||Information Society|
In 1989, Loconto replaced Jimron Goff as lead vocalist for the band T42, a Dallas area band that began in the Deep Ellum music scene in the late 1980s. T42 released the album Intruder on Columbia Records in 1992. Loconto quit T42 in 1993 in order to be the keyboardist in the industrial band Information Society.
Loconto left Information Society to work for Dallas-based computer game developer Ion Storm as a sound designer and composer. He was part of the initial design team for the game John Romero’s Daikatana. He left Ion Storm in November 1998 and co-founded PC and video game developer Third Law Interactive, distributed by publishing company Gathering of Developers the same year. Through Third Law Interactive, Loconto developed sound for Kiss: Psycho Circus: The Nightmare Child.
In 2011, Loconto and Assaf Rinde were nominated for a Hollywood Music in Media Award in the category "Original Score for Video Game" for their work on first-person shooter game Rage. T42 reunited in 2011 to release the album Voltage! and play several live shows. He currently runs Will Loconto Music and Sound.
Drew Haley and Will Loconto were nominated for a 2014 Hollywood Music in Media Award in the "Contemporary Christian/Gospel" category for their song, It’s Gonna Be a Good Day. This song has also been nominated for The 14th Annual Independent Music Awards in the "Contemporary Christian/Gospel" category for 2015.
|1999||Dominion: Storm Over Gift 3||Music and Sound|
|2000||KISS: Psycho Circus - The Nightmare Child||Audio Designer|
|2000||American McGee's Alice||Sound|
|2001||Elite Forces: WWII Normandy||Sound|
|2001||WWII: Iwo Jima||Music|
|2001||Forgotten Realms: Baldur's Gate - Dark Alliance||Music|
|2002||Run Like Hell||Songs|
|2002||Mini Golf Master 2||Music|
|2002||Arthur's Quest: Battle for the Kingdom||Sound Designer|
|2002||Aliens vs. Predator 2: Primal Hunt||Sound Design|
|2004||Pitfall: The Lost Expedition||Additional Sound Design|
|2004||Champions of Norrath||Water’s Edge Credits Remix|
|2006||Rayman Raving Rabbids||Musical Arrangements|
|2006||American McGee Presents: Bad Day LA||Sound Effect|
|2007||Lanfeust de Troy||Musician|
|2008||Pictureka! Museum Mayhem||Sound and Music by|
|2009||Treasure World||Sound design|
|2011||Rage||Additional Cinematic Musical Score|
|2008||Best of the Best: A Tribute to Game Music||Various Artists||Game Music Central|
|2011||Voltage!||T42||A Different Drum|
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