Including Dave Porter’s score plus songs from Lynyrd Skynyrd, Family Force 5, and an exclusive Chloe x Halle track.
Lars Ulrich also hints that Metallica could write and record new music this fall.
The movie’s OST also features Mastodon, FIDLAR, Big Black Delta, and Cold War Kids.
A perfectly serene slice of ’90s dream pop.
Director Richard Stanley’s first film since being fired from The Island of Dr. Moreau in 1996.
Dressed in fur-lined garb, the video finds singer Rivers Cuomo searching for an elusive Bell.
Taken from the indie-heavy soundtrack for the new horror movie.
Panic! at the Disco also tackled one of the soundtrack’s songs.
Celebrating the home release of Danny Boyle’s ode to The Beatles.
The first vinyl pressing in over 25 years honors the late director John Singleton’s debut film.
Bobby Krlic score was the basis for Ari Aster’s twisted new horror film.
Hans Zimmer also reworked his Oscar-winning score for the live-action remake.