Dead Rising 4’s Original Soundtrack Revealed; Available Starting December 2nd

on November 25, 2016 2:04 PM

Capcom has announced that Dead Rising 4 Original Soundtrack is set to release digitally on December 2nd for $9.99 USD. Additionally, the official Dead Rising YouTube account released a slab of new videos today, each featuring a song off the soundtrack.

The full soundtrack consists of four and half hours of the game’s original score which was composed and produced by Academy Award nominee Oleksa Lozowchuk who described the soundtrack as “atonal zombie action meets Classic Christmas in the Midwest.” The soundtrack also features additional music composed by other artists including  Traz Damji, Boris Salchow, Jamie Christopherson, Robert Elhai, Stu Goldberg, Kevin Doucette, Melissa Kaplan, the Braxton Cook Quartet, Dominic and Rachael Davis and Jon Hassell. All together, the soundtrack features original music written for orchestra, string ensembles, big band, jazz combos, crooners, country duos, Americana roots/bluegrass bands and much more.

A batch of nine videos were additionally released for the following songs:

  • Up On The Swingin’ Housetop (feat. Antonio Gradanti)
  • Oh Willamette (feat. Douglas Roegiers)
  • Jingle Jazz (feat. Antonio Gradanti)
  • Deck These Halls
  • Looking For Santa Claus
  • O Tannenbaum (feat. Douglas Roegiers)
  • Coldest Time of the Year
  • Up On The Housetop (feat. Douglas Roegiers)
  • Jumping Joe The Jackal

The Dead Rising 4 Original Soundtrack will be available digitally at iTunes, Amazon, and other music sites on December 2, 2016. As a bonus, music distributor Sumthing Else and Capcom are giving away 12 Christmas songs from the Dead Rising 4 Original Soundtrack. To download these free tracks, visit Sumthing.com

Dead Rising 4 is set to release on December 6th for Xbox One and PC. Below you can check out the new videos:

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