Players in Europe and Australia will be able to get in on some animated brawls next week when Skullgirls becomes available in their territories on May 2.

Publisher Autumn Games also announced today that the fighting game’s official soundtrack is now available online. Skullgirls’ eclectic music is one of its more distinguishable features and truly captures its “Dark Deco” tone. Composed by Michiru Yamane, best known for her works in games like Castlevania and Suikoden III, the complete soundtrack comes with 28 tracks and is now available on iTunes and for $9.99.

You can also pick up the soundtrack at other digital music stores “in the coming days.” Skullgirls is now available on Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network.

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