We may be three months away from the official launch Gun Media’s The Texas Chain Saw Massacre video game, but that doesn’t mean we can’t get a little excited. And what better way to do it than with the official soundtrack? Well, lucky for you, Gun Interactive has released the official OST for the horror game alongside a companion album called “Remains” by CEO Wes Keltner and composer Jim Bonney.
The official OST for The Texas Chain Saw Massacre is now available on Spotify (which you can listen to below) and contains a total of ten songs that you’ll get to hear throughout the game. This includes the main theme, aptly titled “The Massacre,” various tracks such as “Bizzare Crimes,” “Go Get Grandpa,” and “The Gas Station,” as well as the credits OST that will likely play at the end of the game, “And What Will Be Left Of Them.” Notably, “The Massacre” is a track that is “composed of pig screams, chainsaws, and scraped metal” while also employing the use of tools such as the Soma Lyra drone machine and the Apprehension Engine, the latter being a musical tool made specifically for generating sounds used in horror media.
The Texas Chain Saw Massacre OST
The companion album, “Remains,” is an eight-song album that was “musically inspired by desert rock and similar heavy genres.” Made by Gun Interactive CEO Wes Keltner and composer Jim Bonney, this album will be safe for content creators to use, according to Keltner himself, who claims that “there will be no DMCA takedowns” for those who use the album’s tracks. Keltner made the statement in a pinned comment below one of the album’s tracks on the official Gun Interactive YouTube channel.
“Remains” is currently available on Apple Music. You can read about Keltner’s community post about the album, which he posted last year, over here.
The Texas Chain Saw Massacre launches this August 18 on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC, with a technical test of the game set to run on May 25. You can read about the details surrounding the technical test here.