Square Enix have announced the composer(s) for the upcoming Shadow of the Tomb Raider; the main composer being Brian D'Oliveira (Resident Evil 7, Batman: Arkham Knight), with Martin Stig Andersen (as rumoured) hired as ambient audio designer to write supplementary material:
"Tomb Raider is widely known for its genre-defining music and sound design. Shadow of the Tomb Raider is no exception and Eidos-Montreal has brought together a unique music team to make this one of the most exciting and compelling games of the year." - Square Enix
Although neither Jason Graves nor Bobby Tahouri are returning to the rebooted franchise, "The Instrument" commissioned by Graves for Tomb Raider (2013) is being incorporated again into Shadow of the Tomb Raider. A video detailing the making of the music for the Shadow announcement trailer was also released, showcasing Brian D'Oliveira at work in is La Hacienda studio:
Find the full press release after the jump, as well as several promotional tracks via Tomb Raider's YouTube channel and Crystal Dyamics' SoundCloud. MoTR has confirmed with Square Enix that not all of these tracks are going to be included in the Shadow of the Tomb Raider: Original Game Soundtrack (the official album to be released digitally as enclosed in special retail editions of the game).