Thursday, March 29, 2018

Westworld Season 2 Gets a Full Trailer & Nirvana Cover

HBO Westworld Season 2 art
I can't say enough good things about the first season of HBO's Westworld. It wasn't JUST excellent was the conversations the content could start among any group of people. For me, the most important one would be how humans treat each other when they think no one is looking, or under the anonymity of the internet...or worse, the false bravado one gets when you don't have to stand face to face with the person you are confronting. Westworld brings this slice of "humanity" into question with vacationing rich folks doing whatever they please to robots, knowing there will be no repercussions, despite any disgusting acts they commit. It's all fine and good for them...until the robots develop plans of their own.

WHICH BRINGS US TO SEASON 2!!! Neck deep in a robot uprising, the employees of Delos Incorporated left us with images of violence which we are not usually accustomed to in the scifi genre, and as season 1 faded to black, we could only wonder....what happens when these clockwork rebels reach the surface and encounter the rest of humanity?

Music: Cover of Nirvana’s “Heart-Shaped Box” by series composer Ramin Djawadi in the official Westworld Season 2 trailer.

Upon hearing “Heart-Shaped Box,” Westworld fans will be thrilled to hear Djawadi continuing his masterful re-imagining of classic songs as he did in Westworld Season One. The album, Westworld: Season 1 (Music from the HBO® Series), contained his powerful versions of “Back To Black” (originally performed by Amy Winehouse), “Black Hole Sun” (originally performed by Soundgarden), “Paint It, Black” (originally performed by The Rolling Stones), “A Forest” (originally performed by The Cure), and “No Surprises” (originally performed by Radiohead), among others.

Westworld will return to HBO for its second season on Sunday, April 22, 9:00-10:00 p.m. ET/PT.

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