It was released on June 2, as a single promoting Transformers: Age of Extinction , a science fiction action film based on the Transformers franchise. As part of his efforts to distance Age of Extinction from the previous films in the series, Transformers director Michael Bay sought out a new musical act to soundtrack the film and hand picked Imagine Dragons for the job. Lead singer Dan Reynolds revealed to Billboard that the aim with "Battle Cry" was to write "in a more cinematic way" to compose a song that was satisfying as a piece of music but also benefited the visual it was set to accompany. Lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Apple Inc. Archived from the original on August 18, Cinema Blend.
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Transformers: Age of Extinction — The Score is a two-part soundtrack album for the film of the same name. The score was written by Steve Jablonsky , with help from fellow composer Hans Zimmer and additional music by alternative rock band Imagine Dragons. An EP was released on June 30, , which features four suites , and serves as a teaser for the score, which was released on July 3, Both albums were released through the film's distributor Paramount Pictures. As with the previous three films of the franchise , Steve Jablonsky handled the film's score, and it is his sixth collaboration with director Michael Bay. Jablonsky also collaborated with fellow composer Hans Zimmer and alternative rock band Imagine Dragons in the score, as well as the film's theme song, "Battle Cry". The band's lead singer Dan Reynolds recorded vocals,  while drummer Daniel Platzman played the viola. On June 30, , Jablonsky released an extended play featuring four tracks as a teaser for the official score, which features variations of the four themes.
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