The final episode of Terror of Resonance aired a few hours ago, using as expected bless in its ending credits.
It also featured birden in an incredibly moving scene, and an unreleased church choir track, perhaps the same track from the first serie trailer.
In total, I’ve counted 59 tracks with 18 from the first O.S.T..
Obviously, every unreleased track will not be released, but we can hope that out of these 41 unreleased tracks around 20 of them will be on the second O.S.T..
By the way, the second album tracklist is still unknown but they announced they will release a LP version of the album and they also published its cover:
Continue reading Terror in Resonance #11 Music & O.S.T. 2 LP
The first episode of Terror of Resonance aired last week and featured plenty of unreleased music.
This is definitely not surprising if you’re familiar with Yoko Kanno’s soundtracks. But still, the first episode only uses 2 pieces of music from the O.S.T. (3 actually, but birden is played only for 7 seconds), and fugl is even played twice. Among the music played in the episode, there seems to be 2 or 3 long instrumental action tracks, and the rest is composed of very short inserted pieces of music.
The episode was also the occasion to discover the ending theme, sounding a bit like another song Yoko Kanno wrote but I cannot point out which one (I would have said a song from Turn A Gundam but I just listened to the whole soundtrack again and couldn’t find it…). Anyway, it’s a sad and dark song with a very interesting arrangement, I’m looking forward to the full version (in September…).
Here is a little sheet presenting the music played in the episode:
What did you think of this first episode?
Today is the release day of the first O.S.T. of Terror in Resonance.
It was actually already out yesterday in some places in Japan, I was able to buy one copy and I can tell this album is awesome!
There’s a bag with the limited edition, but the interesting stuff is on the CD.
The cover is actually composed of 3 separate transparent layers, and the booklet is quite special too. It contains pretty long descriptions for each song, as well as Japanese translations of the different songs lyrics. I can’t promise anything, but I’ll try to translate the notes someday.
For those wondering if this high resolution (96kHz/24bits) CD is playable anywhere, it is. But you need a special and expensive player to play it in HD.
You can purchase this album on Amazon Japan or CD Japan.
Or you can buy just the music files on the website mora in normal or HD quality, and also on iTunes Japan.
I’m now waiting for the O.S.T. 2 announcement…
Arnór Dan, who sings 3 Terror in Resonance songs, talked today about his participation.
Continue reading Arnór Dan announcing his work on Terror in Resonance
A few websites are now listing the tracks of the Terror in Resonance OST coming out in a few weeks.
Amazon Japan as well as VGMdb are listing the 18 tracks of the album. Good news, the total length is almost 70 minutes, and the album seems to be well-balanced in background music and songs.
Though I’m not quite sure, the tracks titles are maybe written in Icelandic.
Terror in Resonance O.S.T.
Release date: 2014-07-09
Price: 3,000 ¥ (tax not included)
Total length: 69:12
Continue reading Terror in Resonance O.S.T. Tracklist