Madison Gate Records has announced a soundtrack release for the action horror thriller Priest. The album includes Christopher Young’s original score from the film. The score was recorded with 83 piece orchestra and a 32 member choir. The album will be released tomorrow, May 10 and is available to order as an on demand CD-R on Amazon. To download the score, visit Amazon or iTunes. Also check out audio clips from all tracks on the album below. Priest is the first collaboration between Young and director Scott Charles Stewart and stars Paul Bettany, Cam Gigandet, Maggie Q, Karl Urban, Lily Collins, Stephen Moyer and Christopher Plummer. The 3D film will be released on May 13, 2011. For more information on the project, visit the official movie webpage.

Here’s the soundtrack track list:

1. Priest (3:26)
2. Eclipsed Heart (3:34)
3. I Have Sinned (5:07)
4. Blood Framed Hell (3:52)
5. Sacrosanct Delirium (7:44)
6. Never One for Love (2:38)
7. Faith, Work, Security (2:14)
8. The Vampire Train (7:00)
9. Fanfare for a Resurrected Priestess (2:39)
10. Cathedral City Blue (6:44)
11. Detuned Towne (2:33)
12. A World Without End (7:38)

  1. hesham says:

    very good

    • Jacob says:

      It is (though why we’re commenting on an article from 2011 is a question best left unanswered I suppose).

      It’s Chris Young doing what he does best but the film was pure trash and in the times I’ve gone back over the score in comparison to how many times I’ve watched the film I’ve noticed that the score just by itself is fantastic (maybe not a Young masterwork but I hardly find it to be bland or boring) but when you hear it as it plays throughout the film there’s a mishandling of it. Like cues were just dropped in on parts where they figured they might work out. It makes me really wonder if Young was the only person putting real effort into anything involving this film.