One of Elden Ring’s best choral songs wasn’t sung by a proper choir

0
0
Our target is to take our local communities to the worldwide audience. Submit your story and we will help you to build your audience. Thank you Roots News Team

Elden Ring’s official soundtrack has been released on streaming services like Spotify (opens in new tab) today. The game’s composer, Tsukasa Saitoh, shared some thoughts and development details to commemorate the occasion on the official PlayStation Blog (opens in new tab).

The most fascinating tidbit to me had to do with the track “Song of Honor (opens in new tab)” that plays in Redmane Castle for the Radahn Festival. It’s the haunting choral chant that plays during the event, when you’re meeting your fellow warriors and listening to Slave Knight Gael lookalike, Jerren, give his rousing speech. I found it really helped set the mood, and it’s a standout of the soundtrack for me.



Source by [author_name]

Our target is to take our local communities to the worldwide audience. Submit your story and we will help you to build your audience. Thank you Roots News Team

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

thirteen − twelve =