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Into the Breach Soundtrack

"Clever combinations of atmospheric synth with subtle electric guitar and cello perfect for focusing to." Cautiously Recommended

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Artist Credits

  • Ben Prunty (composition)

Tracks

62 minutes total
  1. Open a Breach [2:00]
  2. Old Earth [2:24]
  3. Antiquity Row [2:44]
  4. Old War Machines [3:10]
  5. Relics [2:48]
  6. Seismic Activity [0:32]
  7. Region Secured [0:52]
  8. Red Sands [1:51]
  9. Rusting Hulks [3:57]
  10. The Blast Garden [2:52]
  11. Cataclysm [4:00]
  12. Brood Mother [0:32]
  13. Zenith [1:29]
  14. Blitzkrieg [3:01]
  15. Pinnacle Robotics [2:59]
  16. Rift Riders [4:05]
  17. Frozen Death [0:32]
  18. Detritus [1:40]
  19. The Wasteland [2:16]
  20. Reprocessing [4:21]
  21. A.C.I.D. [4:44]
  22. Hive Leader [0:32]
  23. Apocalypse [0:15]
  24. Into the Breach [4:20]
  25. Don't Forget What I Taught You [1:42]
  26. BONUS - Trailer [2:36]
  • Released Feb 27, 2018 by Ben Prunty (retail 7.00 USD).
  • Detailed release notes and credits at VGMdb.

Reviews

Clever combinations of atmospheric synth with subtle electric guitar and cello perfect for focusing to.

Cautiously Recommended

Editor's review by Adam Corn (2019-01-03)

Having seen this indie turn-based strategy game OST recommended I gave a hurried listen to several tracks to hear what the fuss was about, found nothing that immediately struck me, and moved on. That was a mistake. It's a low-key, atmospheric soundtrack, lacking in memorable themes, but with plenty of cool combinations of rhythmic electronic pulses and synth with subdued electric guitar and cello that can be appreciated with a patient listen. The instrumental sound is somewhat along the lines of Steve Jablonsky's Transformers, though less generic than many of the other soundtracks in that style. It's a great OST to work or focus (or, I imagine, strategically deploy giant mecha) to.

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