Sword Art Online the Movie -Progressive- Scherzo of Deep Night is in theaters now, but that’s not the only exciting thing happening with the Sword Art Online franchise. The musical soundtracks for Sword Art Online the Movie -Progressive- Aria of a Starless Night, as well as the new film Sword Art Online the Movie -Progressive- Scherzo of Deep Night, are out now from Milan Records.
The Sword Art Online the Movie -Progressive- Aria of a Starless Night soundtrack contains 47 tracks, while Sword Art Online the Movie -Progressive- Scherzo of Deep Night has 39 tracks.
Yuki Kajiura, composer for the Sword Art Online franchise, expressed her happiness in a statement, “I am truly honored and happy that so many people will be able to hear the music I created for this wonderful work. The timing of the music is matched to every detail of the movie, so I think you will also enjoy listening to it as a reminder of the breath of the work.”
AMC Theaters gave this description of Sword Art Online the Movie -Progressive- Scherzo of Deep Night:
“The world’s first VRMMORPG (Sword Art Online) became a game of death. Over a month has passed since 10,000 users were trapped inside the game world. Asuna, who cleared the first floor of the floating iron castle of Aincrad, joined up with Kirito and continued her journey to reach the top floor. With the support of female Information Broker Argo, clearing the floors seemed to be progressing smoothly, but… Conflict erupts between two major guilds who should be working together – the top player groups ALS (the Aincrad Liberation Squad) and DKB (the Dragon Knights Brigade). And meanwhile, behind the scenes exists a mysterious figure pulling the strings…. In a dangerous battle of death, there is an assault that differs from the threat, and it will involve Asuna and Kirito…!”
Source: Press Release
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