One of the cooler things Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice has going for it is the involvement of composer Hans Zimmer, who previously scored Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy, which should lend a bit of dark, orchestral familiarity to Zack Snyder’s film. To keep things a bit fresh, Zimmer has collaborated with Junkie XL (the maestro behind Mad Max: Fury Road) on the upcoming superhero epic, and you can listen to the first track from the film right now.

Junkie XL is a former protege of Zimmer, so the pair have a professional familiarity, making their collaboration feel effortless and cohesive. You can hear that in the first track from Batman v Superman, a riveting piece titled “Their War Here,” which combines the elegant symphonic work of Zimmer with heavy, insistent drums to create a track with a sense of urgency:

 

In addition, Warner Bros. has released the full listing for the soundtrack, which hits stores and online retailers on March 18. Feel free to speculate about these song titles:

Beautiful Lie
Their War Here
The Red Capes Are Coming
Day Of The Dead
Must There Be A Superman?
New Rules
Do You Bleed?
Problems Up Here
Black and Blue
Tuesday
Is She With You?
This Is My World
Men Are Still Good (The Batman Suite)
Blood Of My Blood (Bonus Track)**
Vigilante (Bonus Track)**
May I Help You, Mr. Wayne? (Bonus Track)**
They Were Hunters (Bonus Track)**
Fight Night (Bonus Track)**

** On deluxe versions only

The album will be made available digitally, on CD, 2-disc deluxe CD, and on Limited Edition 3-disc deluxe vinyl.

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice arrives on March 25.