Hollywood Records will release the official soundtrack album for the supernatural horror prequel The First Omen. The album features the film’s original music composed by Mark Korven (The Witch, The Black PhoneThe Lighthouse, Cube, Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon CityNight SwimThe Peripheral). Also included is Jerry Goldsmith’s Ave Satani written for the original 1976 movie, for which the composer received his first and only Academy Award. The soundtrack will be released digitally this Friday, April 5 and will be available to stream/download on Amazon and any other major digital music services. A vinyl edition will be coming out later this year. Check back on this page for the streaming/download link and click here to check out the project’s music team credits. The First Omen is co-written and directed by Arkasha Stevenson and stars Nell Tiger Free, Tawkeef Barhom, Sonia Braga, Ralph Ineson and Bill Nighy. The movie follows a young American woman who is sent to Rome to begin a life of service to the church and uncovers a conspiracy that hopes to bring about the birth of evil incarnate. The film will be released in theaters nationwide this coming weekend by 20th Century Studios.

Here’s the album track list:

1. It’s All for You (1:32)
2. Searching the Files (1:24)
3. Vow Ceremony (2:40)
4. Margaret’s Voice (1:56)
5. Carlita’s Rescue (2:36)
6. Tighten the Noose (3:19)
7. Cloister de St. Rita (0:59)
8. What’s Happening to Me (1:50)
9. The Claw (1:21)
10. The Antichrist (1:22)
11. Not My Area (1:31)
12. Riot (3:32)
13. Horrific Accident (1:45)
14. The Demon Face (1:26)
15. Skianna Files (3:28)
16. Defending Carlita (2:43)
17. Tableau of Hell (2:09)
18. Shaming (1:25)
19. Demon Dance (1:51)
20. Plan Revealed (2:33)
21. Gurney Journey (1:12)
22. Ambassador (1:14)
23. Ave Satani (1:11)

  1. Marcel says:

    Sorry to break the mood, but after listening to this soundtrack for the first time, I’m not at all convinced. The composition doesn’t do justice to the quality of Jerry Goldmith’s writing. The mix is far too modern with too much compression. In short, very disappointed, I was quite excited when I saw the trailer in 70s mode. But I’ll pass, I’m not going to see the film.
    The music is very important and you have to respect it!
    PS: the arrangement of “Ave Satani” is a blasphemy in itself, seriously who validates that?