February 4, 2021 Back to Blog

The Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood soundtrack is out!

You can now listen to the original music composed by H-Pi on YouTube & Bandcamp. The album also includes two licensed tracks by Alien Weaponry that are used in the game.

The game, developed by Cyanide Studio and published by Nacon was released on February 4 for PC (Epic Games Store) and consoles (PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S, and Xbox One).

The Werewolf The Apocalypse – Earthblood soundtrack serves up an inspired mix of pulsing metal, dark electro, and tribal and Celtic atmospheres.

“The overarching idea was to depict a pre-apocalyptic universe situated in the relatively near future. We had to avoid falling into the trap of being too futuristic, or too fantastical. We wanted to do something that was modern, but with the underlying feeling that there’s something rotten at the core.

H-Pi

Check out our interview with H-Pi here to learn more about the music on the Werewolf soundtrack.

Metal is one of H-Pi’s favorite musical styles. The influence of bands such as Slipknot, Machine Head, and Rammstein can be felt on the album, while still remaining coherent with the artistic style of New Zealand group Alien Weaponry, whose tracks “Kai Tangata” and “Raupatu” are featured on the soundtrack.

The album release on all streaming music platform (Spotify, Deezer etc.) is coming soon! We’ll let you know on our social networks: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram.