Supergiant Games have just announced a new orchestral recording of the vocals tracks from their games Bastion, Transistor, Pyre, and Hades. The album is titled “The Songs Of Supergiant Games: The 10th Anniversary Orchestral Collection”.
The album will be available in two variants. A standard edition single LP on red translucent vinyl, and a limited edition 2LP on 180g black vinyl cut at 45RPM. The limited edition will be limited to 1000 copies numbered and signed by composer Darren Korb. Both will be housed in gatefold jackets with slightly different artwork on the front jacket between both versions. They will also include a 24-page booklet and a digital download code.
The standard edition is priced at $40 and the limited edition at $80. Both are scheduled to release Autumn 2020.
iam8bit have announced what – as of writing this – will be the largest game music vinyl release ever. A collection of all the music from Supergiant Games’ first three titles – Bastion, Transistor, and Pyre. And a small bonus from upcoming game Hades.
The box set will include 12 LPs and a 7″. All records will seemingly be included in their own sleeve inside the box. The entire set will feature new artwork by James Gilleard and will be limited to 1000 copies.
As a side note iam8bit have also confirmed that the box will have extra room to include the soundtrack to Hades, which will come out some time after the game is fully finished.
Today Supergiant Games dropped a surprise announcement saying that they will release Darren Korb’s acclaimed soundtrack to their game Bastion on vinyl.
The release will be a 2LP on 180g black vinyl and it comes in an “old-style” gatefold jacket with new artwork by Marie Bergeron (who also did the artwork for the recent Interstellaria release). The vinyl soundtrack features two songs not found in the game and also comes with a download code for a digital copy of the music.
Those who preorder will receive a little extra bonus in the shape of a Bastion bandana.