Paul Leonard-Morgan provided the industrial film score. Leonard-Morgan attempted to create a sound that would fit in the far future setting. He initially experimented with band-based music, but found it sounded over-produced and too safe a choice. He turned to electronic music, using his compositions from the 1980s and his modern sound modules to create various combinations and then applying distortion and other effects to the result. Leonard-Morgan said: "I was looking to create a timeless score which couldn't be placed in any particular era. So it's ended up being a cross between a modern dance track and evocative soundscapes." For scenes conveying the effect of the Slo-Mo narcotic, he composed new music with real instruments and then slowed the songs down by thousands of percent to match the visuals, such that 1 second of his composed score could last 10 minutes. He then added additional real-time score to the slowed track.