So there were a lot of things that disappointed me about Krater, and I feel terrible if someone bought that game based on my hype thread and ended up absolutely hating it.
There are two things about that game that didn't get worse as time went on though. One was the art style, but even more so was the music.
The soundtrack basically has two parts, one is the actual score, with tracks like this one:
The other part consists of tracks that I can't say I remember from the game itself, but fit with the whole idea of Krater. It's mostly made up of names I've never heard of, but there's a lot of variety, and I think they're fricken amazing.
I accidentally listened closer to them because I couldn't sleep, and I woke up in the middle of one of the "last part" tracks and I was like "Hey, this is fucking great!" - Check it out!
And then you have a total anomaly like this:
Which is apparently a small cut from a 20 minute long ballad which was made for a campy Swedish shortfilm, found here in three parts:
It's all in Swedish, so I figure he must be lamenting the shortage of herring and marmelade in post-apocalyptic Sweden.
The shortfilm even features a post-apocalyptic coffee cult, so you know I'm not totally off.