Soundtrack Revealed For Remastered “Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2”

The soundtrack has been revealed for the newly remastered “Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2.” The video game will be released on September 4 and it will feature songs from Papa Roach, Rage Against The Machine, Primus, Powerman 5000, American Nightmare, Bad Religion, Sublime, Goldfinger, Reel Big Fish, and more.

Here’s the track listing:

– “Connect to Consume” / A. Swayze and the Ghosts
– “Misery Guts” / Alex Lahey
– “Life Support” / American Nightmare
– “All Souls Day” / The Ataris
– “You” / Bad Religion
– “In Control” / Baker Boy
– “Afraid of Heights” / Billy Talent
– “The Struggle” / Black Prez featuring Kid Something
– “South” / CHAII
– “Confisco” / Charlie Brown Jr.
– “Something to Say” / Cherry Kola
– “Made Me Do” / Chick Norris
– “Heavy Metal Winner” / Consumed
– “Stomp” / Craig Craig Featuring Icy Black
– “Coming Through” / Crush Effect featuring Karra
– “Police Truck” / Dead Kennedys
– “Duck Eat Duck World” / Destroy Boys
– “Cyclone” / Dub Pistols
– “IN-TO-IT” / DZ Deathrays
– “Here and Now” / The Ernies
– “Vilified” / Even Rude
– “West Coast / FIDLAR
– “Evil Eye” / Fu Manchu
– “Superman” / Goldfinger
– “Sedona” / JunkBunny
– “May 16” / Lagwagon
– “Bomb Drop” / Less Than Jake
– “Bloody Valentine” / Machine Gun Kelly
– “Bass” / Merkules, Hopsin + Tech N9ne
– “No Cigar” / Millencolin
– “Let’s Ride” / MxPx
– “Pin the Tail on the Donkey” / Naughty by Nature
– “Blood Brothers” / Papa Roach
– “Mid 20’s Skateboarder” / Pkwe Pkew Pkew
– “When Worlds Collide” / Powerman 5000
– “Jerry Was a Racecar Driver” / Primus
– “Guerrilla Radio” / Rage Against the Machine
– “She’s Famous Now” / Reel Big Fish
– “Deathwire” / Rough Francis
– “Let Me In” / Screaming Females
– “Shutdown” / Skepta
– “Run It Up, Pt. II” / Spilt Milk
– “Firecracker” / Strung Out
– “Subculture – Diselboy + Kaos VIP” / Styles of Beyond, Dieselboy + Kaos
– “Same in the End” / Sublime
– “New Girl” / Suicide Machines
– “Like This” / The Super Best Frens Club
– “Five Lessons Learned” / Swingin’ Utters
– “Flamingo” / Token
– “Can I Kick It?” / A Tribe Called Quest
– “Lose Control” / Tyrone Briggs
– “Euro-Barge” / The Vandals
– “Slow Learner” / Viagra Boys
– “All My Friends Are Nobodies” / Zebrahead

[via Loudwire]

Baroness & Against Me! Cancel Co-Headlining Tour

Baroness and Against Me! have cancelled their co-headlining tour due to the coronavirus pandemic. The trek, which also featured Destroy Boys and Drug Church, was supposed to launch next month.

Baroness commented:

“We know you have been waiting patiently to hear word on the status of our upcoming shows in May with Against Me!. Unfortunately with local restrictions and with the health of our fans, crew and the band in mind, we will be cancelling all shows in May. We are just as bummed out (if not more) to not be seeing you in the upcoming weeks, but once the current situation has passed and it is safe for us all to gather again we will be coming your way to celebrate life and (new) music with you.

If you have purchased a ticket for any of these shows, you should be receiving a refund in the next few weeks. If you do not, please contact your point of purchase.

In the meantime please, stay safe, stay health, and even though we are physically apart we are all in this together.

With love,
Baroness“

Against Me! & Baroness Announce Spring Co-Headlining Tour

Against Me! and Baroness have announced a spring co-headlining tour. Destroy Boys and Drug Church will open on select dates.

Tour Dates:

05/01 Detroit, MI – The Majestic Theatre

With Destroy Boys:

05/02 Grand Rapids, MI – The Intersection
05/03 Milwaukee, WI – The Eagles Club (no Destroy Boys)
05/05 Minneapolis, MN – First Avenue
05/06 Lawrence, KS – Liberty Hall
05/07 Omaha, NE – Slowdown
05/08 Fort Collins, CO – Washington’s
05/10 Boise, ID – Knitting Factory
05/11 Seattle, WA – The Showbox
05/12 Vancouver, BC – The Vogue Theater
05/13 Portland, OR – Roseland Theater
05/15 San Francisco, CA – The Regency Ballroom

With Drug Church:

05/16 Los Angeles, CA – The Wiltern
05/17 Santa Ana, CA – The Observatory
05/19 Phoenix, AZ – The Pressroom
05/20 Albuquerque, NM – Sunshine Theater
05/22 Dallas, TX – HiFi
05/23 Houston, TX – White Oak Music Hall
05/24 San Antonio, TX – The Aztec Theatre
05/26 Nashville, TN – Brooklyn Bowl
05/27 Louisville, KY – Mercury Ballroom
05/29 Silver Springs, MD – The Fillmore
05/30 Stroudsburg, PA – The Sherman Theater