Hans Zimmer‘s most iconic film music has boasted the distinct bombastic style of broad, synthesized brass booming in epic strokes (Gladiator being a classic example). In his scores for Christopher Nolan, however, most have incorporated a more percussive drive (with Interstellar perhaps being somewhat of an exception). That style continues here in the first cue released from Zimmer’s score for the WWII actioner Dunkirk, titled “Supekrmarine”. Listening to it, you half-expect the Dark Knight to burst in out of nowhere and onto the scene. A traditional orchestral approach more in tune to the 1940s time period, this ain’t. Dunkirk opens on July 21, 2017.