The Halo 4
official soundtrack will release on October 22, giving Halo fans 15 tracks and over 75 hours of pulse-pounding music.
Composer Neil Davidge has described the soundtrack for 343's Halo as a blend of orchestral and romantic melodies with a digital backbone. Long time fans may miss the haunting monk chants of Martin O'Donnell, but a sample of Davidge's take on the Halo music may erase doubts.
The OST can also be purchased with a bonus CD featuring remixes of the songs by DJ Skee, Apocalyptica, Sander Van Doorn, Hundred Waters, and others. This version will sell for $75, while the regular will retail at $13.98.
If the wait until November 6 is unbearable, then the soundtrack could alleviate some of Halo fans' tension.