Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice soundtrack set for vinyl release





Fusing traditional Japanese instruments with orchestral and choral elements.

The soundtrack to video game Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is being released on vinyl, via Laced Records/Activision/From Software this December.

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Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice places players in a fictionalised version of 16th century Japan, taking on the role of projector to Divine Heir Kuro.

For the soundtrack, lead composer Yuka Kitamura and co-composer Noriyuki “α” Asakura worked with a fusion of traditional Japanese instruments, alongside orchestral and choral elements.

Comprised of 50 tracks, the 4xLP vinyl edition features original cover artwork by illustrator Anato Finnstark.

Head here to pre-order a copy in advance of Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice’s December release, check out the artwork and tracklist below.


Side A

1. Sekiro, The One-armed Wolf
2. Rebellion
3. Emma the Physician
4. Ashina Reservoir
5. Divine Heir of the Dragon’s Heritag
6. Knife’s Edge

Side B

1. Ashina’s Crisis
2. Sculptor of the Dilapidated Temple
3. Ashina Outskirts
4. A Shinobi’s War
5. Strength and Discipline
6. Serpent Valley

Side C

1. Great Serpent
2. Gyoubu Oniwa
3. Hirata Estate, Dragonspring River
4. Approaching Forces
5. Up In Flames
6. The Phantom Lady Butterfly
7. Ashina Castle

Side D

1. The Ashina Clan
2. Genichiro Ashina
3. Sunken Valley
4. Snake Eyes
5. Guardian Ape
6. Senpou Temple, Mt. Kongo
7. Seekers

Side E

1. Altered Form
2. Folding Screen Monkeys
3. Children of Rejuvenation
4. Mibu Village
5. Thirsting Horde
6. Apparitions
7. Corrupted Monk

Side F

1. Incursion
2. Lone Shadow
3. Gentle Blade
4. Isshin Ashina
5. Great Shinobi
6. Fountainhead Palace
7. Okami Lineage

Side G

1. Great Colored Carp
2. Old Dragons of the Tree
3. Divine Dragon
4. Overrun
5. The Red Guard
6. Demon Of Hatred

Side H

1. Conspiracy
2. The Owl
3. Sword Saint
4. End Of A Vicious Struggle