A soundtrack compilation for "The Twilight Saga's Eclipse" is slated to be released across the United States on June 8. The date was first posted on Amazon Monday, April 19 morning and subsequently confirmed to MTV by a representative for Atlantic Records.
Hours later however, the release date was removed from the digital retail's site and changed to an announcement that there hasn't been any release date yet. Though so, fans are allowed to pre-order the compilation.
Details on what songs will be included in the soundtrack album are still unclear. Adam Lambert previously offered his song "Suburban Decay" which didn't make the cut to his debut album "For Your Entertainment". Also, Muse were once linked to the theme song compilation, but drummer Dominic Howard told Dose that "it didn't work out."
Another musician who hopes to have his music featured in the latest installment of the vampire movie series is Jackson Rathbone. Band 100 Monkeys where the depicter of Jasper Hale serves as a vocalist reportedly have submitted several tracks to the "Eclipse" filmmakers.
While those landing theme songs for "Eclipse" are yet to be revealed, composer hired to score music for the upcoming film has been unleashed. Howard Shore, the mastermind behind "Lord of the Rings" music, was confirmed by Temple Hill Entertainment to MovieScore magazine to write the score.