Sins of Hyrule Explores Zelda Mythology Through Music
By Jonathan Balofsky On 1 Dec, 2017 At 10:02 AM | Categorized As News, NINTENDO, Otaku Music, ROG News | With 0 Comments

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The Materia Collective sent out the following


Materia Collective is pleased to present Sins of Hyrule, an epic retelling of the eternal conflict between the Goddess Hylia and the Evil of evils, Demise, through 15 riveting arrangements. Sins of Hyrule delivers a sonic experience that embraces epic music with electronic flavors. Featuring music from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Ocarina of Time, Skyward Sword, and Twilight Princess alongside original works by composer/arranger Rozen, Sins of Hyrule is licensed and available now in digital and limited physical CD formats:
Sins of Hyrule includes many fan-favorite tracks from across the series, such as “Gerudo Valley,” “Song of Time,” “Great Fairy’s Fountain,” and “Ballad of the Goddess.” The full track list for Sins of Hyrule is as follows:
01. The Ancient Battle (feat. Laura Intravia)
02. Ballad of the Goddess
03. A King is Born
04. Gerudo Legend (feat. Julie Elven)
05. Song of Hylia
06. Battle for the Sacred Realm
07. Monarchy in Shadows (feat. London Strings)
08. Thief Reborn
09. King of Light and Shadow (feat. ETHEReal String Orchestra)
10. Dark Lord Ganondorf
11. Breath of the Wild
12. Castle in Ruins
13. Calamity
14. Ganon’s Requiem
15. Sins of Hyrule
“More than a straightforward orchestral remix album, this album goes deeper into retelling the mythos of Hyrule, scoring the key moments where humanity is the audience to the colossal battles between light and shadow,” notes Rozen. “Through the use of live instruments, huge percussion, choir, hybrid elements, and dreamy vocals, experience the dark nature and the never-ending cycle of the curse trapped inside the divine-given Triforce.”

Fans will want to check out the limited physical edition CD featuring a six-panel digipak and artwork by Alderion-al and Diego Jimenez. Only 300 copies have been produced, and will make for the perfect stocking stuffer this holiday season.

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The music from the Legend of Zelda series is truly amazing, and a release like this is therefore very welcome. Will you be checking this out?


Source: Materia Collective PR




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