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"Steven Price was drawn to Fury in the script stages, sensing the power of the characters and their plight, and how it portrays the heroism of World War II veterans.
Price comments, 'I sought to honor their bravery; to create a score that was honest and true. At the same time, for a film accurately portraying mechanized warfare, the score needed to be primal and guttural. We used armory and weaponry as instruments to give a sense of a constant grinding forward whilst the orchestra carried the emotion.'
Price utilized actual World War II weaponry, including a .50 caliber machine gun, along with a bag filled with dog tags, to create the industrial, treading percussion sounds that echo the bombast of tank warfare. Price wrote parts of the score with cellos and a small, intimate choir, to portray the inner angst and bond between the war-torn soldiers. The choir motif was used for high-energy battle scenes and calmer, as well as more introspective passages of the score, a humanism element in a score that seeks to portray the harrowing mechanizations of war." — WeAreMovieGeeks.com
|The War Is Not Over|
|Fury Drives Into Camp|
|The Town Square|
|On The Lookout|
|This Is My Home|
|Still In This Fight|
|I'm Scared Too|