The Elder Scrolls’ Music Returns to the Classic FM Hall of Fame


For the fourth year in a row, Jeremy Soule’s music to The Elder Scrolls series has made the Classic FM Hall of Fame top 300 – the world’s biggest poll of classical music tastes. Ranked 11th overall (just behind Beethoven’s Symphony No.6 in F major Op.68), it’s a huge honor for The Elder Scrolls franchise and a testament of the amazing fans of the series.

Thanks to all the fans that voted!

Classic FM Hall of Fame is Back For 2015

Back for 2015, it’s the Classic FM Hall of Fame! As you may recall from previous years, a few familiar fan favorites have been decorating the chart. Jeremy Soule and Inon Zur need your votes to maintain their hold on the Hall of Fame. Shouldn’t every classical music fan get a chance to feel like the Dragonborn with Skyrim’s epic soundtrack? Or have the sense of wonder and terror that only Fallout 3’s Capital Wasteland can offer?

Cast your vote for Tamriel-favorite, Jeremy Soule and Wasteland darling, Inon Zur by traveling to Classic FM’s Hall of Fame, and following the directions located on the bottom of the page. Voting runs through the end of February — so don’t forget to show your support!

Enhance your day-to-day with the music of Wolfenstein: The New Order

Prepare to add dramatic effect to your life with the release of the Wolfenstein: The New Order Original Game Soundtrack. Composer, Mick Gordon – along with contributions from Meshuggah’s Frederik Thordendal –  brings intensity and thrill to the game that you can now experience anywhere you go.

You can get the soundtrack consisting of the entire in game score on iTunes for $9.99.

Additionally, for your listening pleasure, you can download tracks from our Neumond Recordings for $0.99 a song by clicking an album cover below.

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During our Wolfenstein Reddit AmA, MachineGames’ creative director Jens Matthies let it be known that fellow Swede and renown metal guitarist, Fredrik Thordendal, contributed music for the game. We had a chance to send questions to the legendary Meshuggah guitarist. Check out his answers below, and at the bottom of the page, you can download Thordendal’s in-game track, Herr Faust, below.

What made you interested in contributing music for Wolfenstein: The New Order?

Writing music for a movie or video game has always been on my “want to do list” so when Jens Matthies of MachineGames asked if I was interested —  the word yes came to mind. 😉

Was seeing behind the scenes of a video game production different from how you had imagined it to be? If so, in what way?

Yes. I was surprised by how many people are working together on a project like this and how much planning, time and effort have to be spent to implement the simplest things – like a sound/a piece of music – into the game.

What is your creative process like?

Technically it’s different every time but I guess I spend a lot of time trying to listen/hear the music that I already have inside. Sometimes it can be easy but most of the time it’s really hard to make out what’s going on. Then I trying to figure out how to translate that to the musical instruments of my choice – being drums, electric bass, electric guitars, vocals. Hm, this sounds weird. 😉

What do you love about music?

The places it can show us. To me music is nothing but magic.

Download Herr Faust by Fredrik Thordendal

Elder Scrolls Symphonic Sounds

If you’re in or around St. Petersburg, FL this weekend, rePLAY: Symphony of Heroes, a concert series highlighting music from your favorite games, including music from The Elder Scrolls, will be playing the Mahaffey Theater on Saturday night at 8pm.

Not a able to make it to Florida? rePLAY will be touring this to a number of North American locations this summer — including Austin, Atlanta, Montreal, and Mexico City. Head here for a full schedule and follow rePLAY on Facebook and Twitter for community updates.

Neumond Recordings Presents ‘Neumond Classics’

Remember the 60s? We conquered the world, we conquered the moon, and we conquered rock and roll!

Now, for the first time, Neumond Recordings presents Neumond Classics, a super-collection of all the biggest stars. So put on your favorite blue jeans and take a trip with us back in time to the 1960s.

For more on Neumond Recordings, visit Wolfenstein: The New Order releases May 20th and is available for pre-order at your favorite retailer!

Classic FM Hall of Fame 2014 Voting is Here

Every year Classic FM hosts the largest poll for fans of classical music. For the last two years, Jeremy Soule has worked his way up the list making a tremendous jump from being ranked #238 on 2012’s Hall of Fame to #5 on the 2013 Hall of Fame!

If you’re a fan of The Elder Scrolls (or just beautiful music), lend your support and vote for Jeremy Soule on Classic FM’s Hall of Fame 2014. For those of you who prefer music that reminds you of exploring the Capital Wasteland or sneaking around Dunwall , vote to get Inon Zur on the list for the score of Fallout 3 or Daniel Licht for the music of Dishonored.

All you need to do is head on over to Classic FM’s Hall of Fame and follow their directions to cast your vote. And for updates, follow the Get Video Games Music into the Classic FM Hall of Fame Facebook page. Voting ends in February, so help show your support for your favorite games.

Need a refresher before voting? All of our scores and soundtracks are available digitally on iTunes!


Vote Fallout 3/Skyrim/Oblivion into the Classic FM Hall of Fame

Last year your votes helped the Dragonborn theme from Skyrim become one of Classic FM’s Hall of Fame entries. This year you can support specific game soundtracks, including those for Skyrim, Oblivion, and Fallout 3!

To vote, visit Classic FM’s page and search for Soule (Skyrim & Oblivion) or Zur (Fallout 3). And for updates, follow the Get Video Games Music into the Classic FM Hall of Fame Facebook page.

Lastly, don’t forget that iTunes now allows you to get all three of these soundtracks digitally on iTunes.