Ramin Djawadi Will Compose The Score For The ‘Game Of Thrones’ Prequel ‘House Of The Dragon’

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Ramin Djawadi is returning to the world of “Game of Thrones” for the upcoming prequel series.

The official Twitter account for “GoT” tweeted Tuesday afternoon that the legendary composer will do the score for “House of the Dragon.” (REVIEW: ‘Westworld’ Season 3 Ends With The Possible Deaths Of Multiple Characters)

The new series is expected to arrive on HBO at some point in 2022.

For those of you who don’t know, Djawadi’s music has been on the original “Game of Thrones” saga, “Westworld” and many other movies and shows.

The man is widely-viewed as one of the greatest composers in the game.

The “GoT” scene where Cersei blows off her trial and nukes the building to the sound of “The Light of the Seven” is one of the best scenes in TV history largely in part because of his music.

The dude just knows how to set a scene, and there might not be a better guy in the game other than Hans Zimmer.

Now, he’ll take his talents to “House of the Dragon” to give fans another wild experience for several seasons on HBO.

If that doesn’t amp you up, then you might want to check to make sure you’re still alive.

Keep checking back for more details on “House of the Dragon” when we have them. I can’t wait!