I have no idea what your audio system sounds like, but on mine the audio is perfect. I am running two full size towers full frequency along with 2 powered subs. Bass on my system is powerful, clean and tight. Audio on the Zimmer concert is as good as it gets.
I am running just one sub alongside the full spectrum fronts. For my listening room that's more than enough.
I am fan of a flat requency response for music, so that's how it is measured in.
I am not saying the Hans Zimmer concert gives bad bass. The bass there is extremely well and sounds impressive.
I am saying that, for my ears, the piece is killed by too much emphasis, too much volume in the bass part throughout the whole concert. When bass is getting too much into the foreground, for prolonged periods of time it takes away from the music, instead of adding to it, mixing smoothly.
But as everything in that regard this is a matter of taste, personal hearing capabilities and preferences.
I just don't want to praise this concert as many do, as for me it has been killed on the mixing part.