With plenty of zombies, blood and gore, the new video game adaptation Resident Evil certainly provides on the horror front.
And if it’s a stellar soundtrack you’re after, you’re also in luck, with songs by Billie Eilish, Halsey, Sex Pistols, Dua Lipa, and more heightening the action and suspense throughout the series.
The catchy soundtrack features music by composer Gregory Reveret, who wrote the main theme for the series, titled Venus Flytrap.
Speaking about the soundtrack, he said in a statement: "I wanted to explore and push the boundaries from the earlier sounds of the franchise while delivering a fun, action-packed score that would give fans something they could really enjoy and have fun with."
He added: "The thematic material needed to be bold, to really serve as a continuous thread between the two timelines in the story. I bought this obscure lab/test-equipment that was originally used in NASA laboratories and is not really supposed to make music, but it sounds really interesting and alive.
"It gave the music a cool industrial edge and eventually became a main feature of the score. Much of the story is based in my hometown of Cape Town, South Africa, so I also worked with local musicians and recorded a South African orchestra, which is something I'm very proud of."
Read on for the soundtrack list below.
Resident Evil soundtrack: Every song featured
Resident Evil episode 1 – Welcome to New Raccoon City
- Venus Flytrap - Grégory Reveret
- Oxytocin - Billie Eilish
- Faith - Ghost
- Ugly Ending - Best Frenz, Joywave & Jason Suwito
- Devil - Two Feet
Resident Evil episode 2 – The Devil You Know
- Beautiful Liar - X Ambassadors
- Bodies - Sex Pistols
- The Tradition - Halsey
Resident Evil episode 3 – The Light
- Into Dust - Mazzy Star
- Human - Rag 'n' Bone Man [cover version]
Resident Evil episode 4 – The Turn
- Next Level - aespa
- Don't Start Now - Dua Lipa
- Feels Just Like It Should - Jamiroquai
- Burning Bridges - Sigrid
- Out of My Mind - Reuben and the Dark
More to follow.
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