assassins-creedVerve and Decca Classics will release a soundtrack album for the film adaptation of the video game series Assassin’s Creed. The album features the film’s original music composed by Jed Kurzel (MacbethThe Snowtown MurdersThe BabadookSlow West). Also included is a new track by 3D & Young Fathers. The soundtrack will be released on December 23, 2016 and is now available for pre-order on AmazonAssassin’s Creed is directed by Justin Kurzel and stars Michael Fassbender, Marion Cotillard, Michael K. Williams, Ariane Labed, Jeremy Irons and Brendan Gleeson. The movie centers on Callum Lynch as he explores the memories of his ancestor and gains the skills of a Master Assassin. The film will be released nationwide on December 21 by 20th Century Fox. Visit the official movie website for updates.

Here’s the album track list:

1. Initiation / Intro Running
2. Execution Onwards
3. Abstergo Rooftop
4. The Animus Room
5. 1st Regression – To Mountain Village / Wagon Chase
6. Cal Recuperates
7. Sofia + Rikkin
8. Bleeding Effect
9. Sofia’s Lab
10. 2nd Regression – Rooftop Chase
11. Tunnel Chase
12. Joseph And Cal
13. Cal Is Attacked
14. Patio Underground
15. Underground Fight
16. Columbus Suite – To The Port
17. Ancestors
18. Assassins’ Mutiny
19. Abstergo Breakout – Leap Of Faith
20. Seville To London
21. Assassination
22. Take Me To The Animus Theme End Credits
23. He Says He Needs Me – 3D & Young Fathers

  1. Macejko says:

    This is the ugliest OST cover I have ever seen.

  2. Bennet says:

    Macejko is right.
    The cover is a poor choice and the Assassins Creed Score is hard to listen to.
    If you think about the the video game releases, every game has some kind of theme and a musical feeling for the whole game.
    The movie score did not. It has no theme. There is alsmost a new melody in every scene. The “acoustic feelings” of the scenes do not fit together. That’s my opinion.

    I did not managed to listen to his other scores, except babadook while I was watching the film. It felt okay for the film. But I didn’t heard the other scores. I am jsut talking about the Assassins Creed score.

    And no: I am not just a frustrated fanboy … I am a working composer, too.