81 Songs, 2 Hours 28 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

A soundtrack for such a terrifying game franchise should itself be frightening—and the music of Resident Evil 7: Biohazard goes above and beyond in that respect. The eerie atmosphere and dissonant strings of “Go Tell Aunt Rhody” feel gothic and dystopian, while “Kill or Be Killed” truly strikes fear with a cacophony of string glissandos, whispers and moans. “Saferoom” is a rare moment of solace, relying on distorted guitars and echoes to secure a peaceful moment. However, as is always true in Resident Evil games, those moments never last.

EDITORS’ NOTES

A soundtrack for such a terrifying game franchise should itself be frightening—and the music of Resident Evil 7: Biohazard goes above and beyond in that respect. The eerie atmosphere and dissonant strings of “Go Tell Aunt Rhody” feel gothic and dystopian, while “Kill or Be Killed” truly strikes fear with a cacophony of string glissandos, whispers and moans. “Saferoom” is a rare moment of solace, relying on distorted guitars and echoes to secure a peaceful moment. However, as is always true in Resident Evil games, those moments never last.

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