Hollywood Records will release the official soundtrack album for the Predator prequel Prey. The album features the film’s original music composed by Sarah Schachner (Assassin’s Creed Origins & Valhalla, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare & Infinite Warfare, The Lazarus Effect). The soundtrack will be released digitally tomorrow, August 5 and will be available to stream/download on all major digital music platforms, including Amazon. Prey is directed by Dan Trachtenberg and stars Amber Midthunder, Dakota Beavers, Michelle Thrush, Stormee Kipp, and Julian Black Antelope. The movie is set in the Comanche Nation 300 years ago and follows a fierce and highly skilled warrior who sets out to protect her people when danger threatens her camp. The 20th Century Studios production will premiere tomorrow exclusively on Hulu.

Here’s the album track list:

1. Predator Instinct (3:02)
2. Thrill of the Chase (0:55)
3. Naru and Surii (0:58)
4. Beyond the Great Plains (1:37)
5. Five Senses (2:28)
6. The Night Has Ears (2:31)
7. Communion (feat. Robert Mirabal) (1:19)
8. Naru’s Way (3:13)
9. Flesh and Bone (3:10)
10. Orange Totsiyaa (0:52)
11. Moon Wanderer (0:55)
12. The Onslaught (2:13)
13. Trapped (3:13)
14. Foolish Foray (2:43)
15. The Cruel Delight (2:06)
16. Horseback Ambush (2:30)
17. Human Bait (3:31)
18. Brave Girl (5:03)
19. Seeing with New Eyes (1:50)
20. The Hunter (1:19)

  1. Charlie Parks says:

    Prey best predator movie since the original. Hope soundtrack will be released on vinyl.

  2. J.C says:

    The film is ultimately the best! I was never expecting it to be superior than the previous films! It was rumored that Alan Silvestri’s theme from Predator was heard in the score of this film. Though it was never fully heard, there were some hints in any of those tracks. Sarah did an amazing job with this and I hope we get more amazing Predator movies just like Prey!

  3. Brandon says:

    The main music seems like it sampled the last of Mohicans theme sound.

  4. Patrick says:

    the music almost surpassed the movie in its undying spirit, transcendent yet bound to the earth. I loved them both