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]

Watch Footage Of Vio-Lence, Testament, Exodus, Death Angel, Forbidden, Etc. Members Performing At Benefit Concert For Sean Killian

On January 20, members of Vio-Lence, Testament, Exodus, Forbidden, Machine Head, Death Angel, KAOS, Ill Niño, Fang, Attitude Adjustment, Valor & Vengeance, Dokken, Psychosomatic, D.R.I., Annihilation, Mercenary and Sacrilege BC played a special benefit concert for Vio-Lence’s Sean Killian, who was diagnosed with stage four liver cirrhosis. That show, which took place at The Midway in San Francisco, CA, featured the above mentioned musicians playing a night of Vio-Lence tracks. Mordred and Dress the Dead (ex-Forbidden, Witch Mountain) served as the supporting acts. The full event was streamed via the BB TV YouTube channel.

[via Blabbermouth]

Benefit Concert For Vio-Lence’s Sean Killian Moved To A Bigger Venue

As previously announced, members of Vio-Lence, Testament, Exodus Forbidden, Death Angel, KAOS, Ill Niño, Fang, Attitude Adjustment, Valor & Vengeance, Dokken, Psychosomatic, D.R.I., Annihilation, Mercenary and Sacrilege BC will play a special benefit show for Vio-Lence’s Sean Killian, who was diagnosed with stage four liver cirrhosis, on January 20. Now, it has been revealed that the concert has been moved from the Oakland Metro Operahouse in Oakland, CA, to The Midway in San Francisco, CA, due to high ticket demand. With the venue change, it will now be an 18-and-over event. The night will feature the above mentioned musicians playing a night of Vio-Lence tracks. Mordred and Dress the Dead (ex-Forbidden, Witch Mountain) will serve as the supporting acts, while DJ Will of KNAC Los Angeles will serve as the host. Katon De Pena (Hirax) will also be on hand spinning metal vinyl. Other things at the show include a raffle featuring prized items from Slayer, Machine Head, etc., a show room playing old Vio-Lence footage, and a display of Vio-Art. Tickets can be purchased HERE.