Castlevania Soundtrack Already Available Digitally
If you enjoy Netflix’s latest original series, Castlevania, you should know that you can already buy the soundtrack digitally and otherwise.
Trevor Morris Wrote the Castlevania Music
Castlevania dropped on to the Netflix servers on July 7, 2017, with rave reviews. The soundtrack is a bit more mixed, but still, has a great sound that complements the series. The music comes from the mind of Emmy Award winner Trevor Morris whose previous credits include Immortals, Vikings, Iron Fist, Olympus: London Has Fallen, and The Borgias. You can buy it digitally from Amazon here, and as a physical CD a few weeks from now. Though, you can pre-order the CD now.
Castlevania Soundtrack Track List
- Main Title (1:11)
- Wallachia 1455 (1:24)
- Lisa of Lupu (1:24)
- The True Science (2:21)
- Vlad Searches for Lisa (1:16)
- No More Do I Travel as a Man (1:57)
- There Are No Innocents (0:53)
- Hordes Descend On Targoviste (2:18)
- Murdenu Tavern (1:30)
- Tavern Brawl (1:43)
- Bloody Greist (3:15)
- Bit of Dried Goat (2:16)
- Alley Fight (1:52)
- We Can’t Turn Away (4:56)
- Trevor Fights the Cyclops (2:29)
- War for the Soul of Our People (1:51)
- Twilight Descends (1:21)
- I’m Trevor Belmont (1:00)
- Trevor Fights the Mob (2:20)
- Let Me Kiss You (3:12)
- I Fight for Myself (3:15)
- Night Hordes Besiege Gresit (1:44)
- There’s an Army of Us (2:16)
- Trevor and Sypha in the Catacombs (2:21)
- Alucard Rises (3:53)
- Trevor Fights Alucard (2:43)
- Hunter, Scholar, Soldier (1:56)
Castlevania Series Trailer
Good video game adaptations do not come around very often. Thus, we must praise them when they do, and Castlevania certainly deserves it. I may not have a Netflix account now, but this series is a good reason to open one. The reviews are good, and the trailer looks fantastic.
Based on the Konami game of the same name, the series follows a vampire hunter who fights to protect a city from an army of beasts controlled by Dracula himself. Warren Ellis developed it for Netflix with the voices of Richard Armitage, James Callis, Graham McTavish, Alejandra Reynoso, Matt Frewer, and Tony Amendola.
With the first season as great as it is, I suspected will get at least a second season. Either way, it is good to see a classic video game come to life. If you already saw the series, you can post a review in the comments below. You can also post your memories of the video game franchise before reading the other news post I have on Toon Radio.