Castlevania: Lords of Shadow Original Soundtrack
Release date(s)
Regular Edition
USA - Oct 5th, 2010
EUR - Oct 22th, 2010
JPN - Dec 16th, 2010
Ultimate Edition
World - Oct 29, 2013
Catalog number(s)
Regular Edition
JPN - VT-034
Ultimate Edition
Sumthing Else Music Works (Ultimate Edition)
USA, EUR - Not for sale
JPN - 9980 JPY (Package price)
Oscar Araujo (Composer)
The Bratislawa Symphony Orchestra, Esabu, Mikel F. Krutzaga, Oscar Araujo (Performers)
Claudio Ianni, Alejandro Roman (Arrangers)
Number of discs
Number of tracks
Total length
66:22 (regular)
70:21 (ultimate)
VGMdb link
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External link(s)

The soundtrack for Castlevania: Lords of Shadow. It was released on October 5th, 2010, as a bonus in the collector edition of the game. The music is composed by Oscar Araujo, a Spanish composer, who conduced the 120-piece Bratislava Symphony Orchestra.

Oscar Araujo and Lords of Shadow's soundtrack were both nominees at the 2011 International Film Music Critics Association, respectively for 'Breakout Composer of the Year' and 'Best Original Score for a Video Game or Interactive Media'.[1] The soundtrack won the 'Best Original Score for a Video Game or Interactive Media' Award.[2]

On October 29, 2013, two new versions of the soundtrack were released to accompany the PC release of the game: the Ultimate Edition (featuring two new tracks) and the Director's Cut Edition (featuring 20+ new tracks).

Track listEdit

  1. Intro (Ultimate Edition only)
  2. Besieged Village
  3. The Warg
  4. Hunting Path
  5. The Dead Bog
  6. The Swamp Troll
  7. The Ice Titan
  8. Labyrinth Entrance
  9. Waterfalls of Agharta
  10. Agharta
  11. Cornell
  12. Maze Gardens
  13. Castle Hall
  14. The Evil Butcher
  15. Laura's Mercy
  16. Carmilla
  17. The God Mask
  18. Belmont's Theme
  19. Final Confrontation
  20. The End
  21. Love Lost / The Final Battle
  22. Ascencion (Ultimate Edition only)

Additional informationEdit

  • The track "Waterfalls of Agharta" is an arrangement of "The Waterfalls" from Super Castlevania IV.
  • In the American and Japanese versions of the soundtrack, the last track "Love Lost" is called "The Final Battle", though it is the same track.
  • The soundtrack is not complete: the full track list from the game's data contains around 128 tracks, including cutscene music, different loops and very short orchestra rises.


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