PS4 Exclusive Bloodborne’s Fantastic Soundtrack Coming April 21st with Both Retail and Digital Releases

on April 2, 2015 5:38 PM

Sumthing Else Music Works just announced with a press release that Bloodborne‘s original soundtrack will be made available at retail and digitally on April 21st.

Showcasing 21 tracks from the music score, the Bloodborne™ Original Soundtrack CD features nearly 70 minutes of hauntingly beautiful music performed by a 65-piece orchestra, a 32-piece choir, and multiple vocal and instrumental soloists. Recorded in London at Abbey Road and Air Studios, the score is composed by an all-star team of FromSoftware composers featuring Yuka Kitamura (Dark Souls II), Tsukasa Saitoh and Nobuyoshi Suzuki as well as guest composers including Ryan Amon (Elysium) and Michael Wandmacher (Twisted Metal). The resulting musical collaboration transports listeners to a world of dread, beauty, and despair with every note, every beat of the drum, and every vocalization.

The retail release will happen both in North America and Europe. The digital download version can already be sampled and pre-ordered here. It will cost $9.99 for the whole thing, while each song will be purchasable separately for $0.99.

Considering that Bloodborne’s music is downright lovely, I can’t wait. In the meanwhile, you can check out the cover below.


 /  Executive News Editor
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