Bungie have launched preorders for The Music Of Destiny Volume II, which features the soundtracks to Destiny DLCs The Taken King and Rise Of Iron. Volume I released back in late December 2018.
The release will be a 180g 6LP on black vinyl. They will be held in three gatefold jackets housed together in a heavyweight box set, which will be individually foil-numbered.
The set also comes with a booklet and a slipmat.
It is priced at $110/€118 and is scheduled to release in January, 2021. It can be preordered from the US Bungie Store here and the EU Bungie Store here.
Respawned Records have just announced their “Demastered” series, which will be a series of modern game soundtrack demastered to appear as if they were 16-bit SNES soundtracks. The first soundtrack to get the demaster treatment is the soundtrack to the classic first-person shooter Halo.
The release will be a single LP available in two color variants – “Chief” green & orange swirl colored vinyl, and “Cortana” purple & black swirl colored vinyl. They will be limited to 500 copies each.
It will be housed in a regular LP jacket with new artwork by Tom Pollock Jr. and will include an insert.
It is priced at $28 and is scheduled to release in late Q1 2021. It can be preordered from Respawned Records here.
European customers can preorder from Black Screen Records here.
Bungie have announced that they are releasing The Music Of Destiny, Vol. I on vinyl – including the long-fabled and recently leaked Music Of The Spheres.
The release will be a 6LP box set with each record housed inside a custom printed inner. Each set will be individually numbered and include a booklet and a pin. A download code will be sent via e-mail out immediately after ordering.
It is priced at $100 and is scheduled to release in late 2018. It is available to preorder now via the Bungie Store. Please note that this is an open preorder that will close on June 15, 2018 at midnight PST.