New Track from the Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice Soundtrack

30 Nov New Track from the Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice Soundtrack

Today we’ve released a new track from the Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice soundtrack. The track title is ‘Deeper’, composed and performed by Andy LaPlegua.

  • Tammera Short
    Posted at 08:53h, 02 December Reply

    I’ve been waiting get my hands on this song since hearing it on the dev diary 🙂 very excited to hear more of the soundtrack and more of the soundscape of the game in it’s entirety once it’s released.

  • Imran
    Posted at 21:51h, 02 December Reply

    awesome one, awesome game 🙂 looking forward to play it 🙂

  • George Matthews
    Posted at 22:07h, 04 December Reply

    Really looking forward to playing this game. Looks and sounds epic. Take your time, make it right.

  • Julian Kish
    Posted at 01:24h, 13 December Reply

    That background instrument… reminds me of music from the History Channels “Vikings”. Pretty good tune. Really looking forward to the game. I just ordered some of the xmas Cards today as they were just too good to pass on.

  • Aimee
    Posted at 01:26h, 18 December Reply

    I hope to see this used outside the immersive context of Senua’s world, perhaps in credits. While the overall sound would be interesting in another context, the lyrics are a bit bland. As the audience usually uncritically accepts musical input as the context to a scene, however, there’s a graver concern – the lyrics seem to paint an impression of a psychology completely unlike everything we’ve been given to know of Senua’s own. It feels as if the musician had been told “we’re writing a story about a descent into hell with a mentally ill protagonist” – and, as is common in the art world, mental illness was picked up eagerly as a theme of “madness,” perceived to be the source of genius and a mark of antiheroic deviance. The lyrics suggest cognitive and emotional disruption viewed as a welcome relief from a boring or dissati