Bandai Namco has launched its own music label, the Bandai Namco Game Music Label.
Okay, we admit, it’s not the most imaginative name for a music label, but it does what it says on the tin. Through the label, Bandai Namco will be releasing the soundtracks from various titles the company has published. In fact, it’s already kicked off with the soundtracks from Elden Ring and Tales of Arise.
But hang on.. weren’t those soundtracks already out? Yes, they were, but the Bandai Namco Game Music Label is a way of keeping everything soundtrack-related under one roof. As you may have guessed from the name, Bandai Namco was originally two companies, Bandai Co., Ltd. and Namco Limited. So, potentially, we could get soundtracks from both companies’ respective back catalogues.
So how do you get to listen to these soundtracks? The Elden Ring soundtrack is available from a wealth of sources, including Spotify, Napster, Amazon Music and so on. It all depends on whether you’d prefer to stream it or if you’d like a digital copy. Click here to find where you can get it.
Or, if it’s the Tales of Arise soundtrack you’re after, you can find it through this link. You can also get a physical, vinyl version of that soundtrack through Bandai Namco’s store, in the Collectibles/Vinyls section. We’d expect Bandai Namco to launch a separate Bandai Namco Game Music Label website at some point.
Now, if we can just persuade them to release the soundtrack to Splatterhouse 2…