After last week’s release of the Black Adam theme, Lorne Balfe has shared his bombastic theme for The Justice Society
Last week, composer Lorne Balfe shared his bombastic and powerful new theme for Black Adam. As expected, his music proved to be the ideal symphonic complement to Dwayne Johnson’s chiseled comic book antihero. And with just under two weeks until the DC bonanza is unleashed upon cinema screens around the world, the composer has upped the ante again. This week, Balfe has dropped his emphatic new theme for The Justice Society.
Arriving way before the Justice League, the JSA is the originator of the DC team-up. So, Balfe needs to produce an equally significant score here. And on the strength of today’s release, I’d say he’s stuck the landing. But don’t take my word for it. Listen to the powerful new track below.
After nearly five thousand years of imprisonment, Black Adam, an antihero from the ancient city of Kahndaq, is unleashed into modern times. His brute tactics and way of justice attract the attention of the Justice Society of America, who tries to stop his rampage, teach him how to be a hero more than a villain, and must team up to stop a force more powerful than Adam himself.
This theme is sensational. And equally rivals Black Adam‘s pulse-pounding theme that delivered the intensity in spades. But with just under two weeks to go until the film hits cinema screens, the burning question remains…will any members of the Justice League feature in the movie? That remains to be seen, but with the world begging to see the ultimate face-off between Teth-Adam and Superman, surely the DC Universe will deliver something special? Right?
But if that isn’t enough to keep you ticking over until the movie hits our screens, Lorne Balfe may make it a hat trick by releasing another musical gem next week. If he does, you’ll hear it here first. You’ll never miss a thing with Future of the Force.
Until then, DC’s Black Adam will unleash the power of Kahndaq in cinemas on October 21, 2022.
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