Listen to a Track from “Zack Snyder’s Justice League”

Music Track

WaterTower Music has released a track from the official soundtrack to “Zack Snyder’s Justice League”.

Titled “The Crew at Warpower”, the new song by Tom Holkenborg is available to listen to via YouTube and other sources.

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February 17, 2021 4:57 pm

I’m not impressed, but I’ve never made a secret of not liking junkie XL. He makes too generic of a sound for me. Which is what this sounds like. I will say though that this is light years better than Danny elfmans score. I do miss hans on this one

Last edited 1 year ago by sundevil82
February 17, 2021 5:44 pm
Reply to  sundevil82

Yeah, I have to concur. This is “generic epic movie” music on Youtube. I’ll admit, I did quite like his Batman theme in BvS, it’s not something I particularly enjoy listening to outside the movie, but it fit the version of Batman in that movie. Which, to his defense, is primarily the score’s purpose.

This however, without context, falls so flat it’s not even funny.

February 17, 2021 6:32 pm
Reply to  NeoRanger

i think it’s pretty good, though i agree context is key. i miss the days of john williams, michael kamen and their like. i remember seeing robin hood-prince of thieves and being swallowed up by the score…and many of us band nerds bought the soundtrack just to imagine getting to play it, lol.

February 18, 2021 12:33 pm

Gee…..I thought it sounded pretty good!!!

February 19, 2021 10:40 am

It sounds good no complaints here. Just because there is a sample to listen to does not make or break the whole soundtrack. I’m actually kind of excited how that will work. Aaaahhhh yes Michael Kamen, God rest his soul. Such classics under his name. Die Hard. Lethal Weapon. Robin Hood. Highlander. Metallica S&m. Memorable soundtracks indeed. While I still think Danny Elfman is great, his style has waned a bit. Unless he reteams with Burton and Depp on another modern day classic. In my honest opinion he was the wrong guy to score a superhero ensemble. But it was… Read more »