SEKIRO: Shadows Die Twice vinyl soundtrack pressed by Laced Records

Jerry on 2021-02-13
Laced Records of London has published the soundtrack for SEKIRO: Shadows Die Twice, both on analog record and compact disc.

FromSoftware first published the soundtrack album to three compact discs in March of 2020. The 75-track CD release is by Dark Souls III co-composer Yuka Kitamura and Tenchu series composer Noriyuki Asakura.

Beginning in late 2020, Laced pressed a 2-CD edition of the soundtrack and a 4-disc vinyl publication. The analog record set ships from PixelCrib of Melbourne, Australia. A behind-the-scenes video and excerpts from the soundtrack can be viewed on YouTube, courtesy of FromSoftware and Game Informer.

SEKIRO: Shadows Die Twice can be purchased for Windows, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.


From the product page:

Set in a fictionalised 16th Century Japan, players take on the role of the shinobi Wolf in trying to protect the young Divine Heir Kuro from the remnants of the Ashina clan. Progression requires a mastery of stealth combat and extreme precision while battling some of From’s most iconic boss encounters to date. No one forgets the first time they bested Genichiro atop Ashina Castle...

The vinyl set features 50 tracks by lead composer Yuka Kitamura (Bloodborne, Dark Souls III) and co-composer Noriyuki "α" Asakura (Tenchu series.) The dramatic score features traditional Japanese instruments, orchestral and choral elements, and outlandish, mysterious sounds that transport listeners to a war-ravaged Japan during an alternative history Sengoku period.
PixelCrib (Melbourne) - Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Deluxe 4xLP Box Set

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