Metal Dudes Team Up For Video Game Tunes

You’re overdressed…

A venerable who’s who of metal and dude rock have assembled to create music for the upcoming racing video game Nail’d. The game will also include songs from the likes of Slipknot, Queens of the Stone Age, and Rise Against.

The collaborative tracks were created by Raymond Herrera and Christian Old Wolbers of Arkaea and Fear Factory, Hatebreed’s Jamey Jasta, Deftones bassist Stephen Carpenter, Wayne Static from Static-X, Strapping Young Lad’s Jed Simon, Devildriver’s John Boecklin, and Pat Lachman who used to be in Damageplan.

Several of those metallers teamed to write instrumental tracks for the game, including “Through Walls Of Flame” with vocals by Jasta and “Decimator,” with Wayne Static on the microphone.

The game won’t be out until later this year for XBox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC

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