Low Roar and Chvrches feature on the OST.
Say what you will about Hideo Kojima and all his weirdness and quirks, the man knows how to spot the perfect music for the mood he’s trying to set. The original reveal of Death Stranding years again featured Low Roar (something they didn’t even know at the time) and every trailer afterward had its own haunting selection to match the stagnant world of Death Stranding. Now you can revisit all those tunes with a new soundtrack.
As posted by Hideo Kojima on his official Twitter, a new OST for the game is available that focuses on the many licensed tracks found in the game. Low Roar is, by far, the most represented artist with 18 tracks, Silent Poets with 2, and Chvrches and Apocalyptica get 1 each. This is different from the previous released soundtrack which focused on the in-game score.
Death Stranding is available now for PlayStation 4 and will release sometime this year for PC. To get an idea of what the acting was like behind the scenes, take a look at what Tommie Earl Jenkins had to say about his role of Die-Hardman.
DeathStranding OST "Death Stranding (Songs from the Video Game)" is available now. 22 tracks total.18 tracks by LOW ROAR, 2 tracks by SILENT POETS and the ending track "DeathStranding" by CHVRCHES and "PATH" by APOCALYPTICA that was used for the trailer. https://t.co/UHNdRezPCw
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