New Song With Vocals From Lamb Of God’s Randy Blythe Featured In Latest Trailer For “Metal: Hellsinger” Video Game

A new trailer has been shared for the upcoming video game “Metal: Hellsinger.” The clip includes a new song featuring Lamb Of God’s Randy Blythe. As previously reported, the rhythm shooter will also feature vocal contributions from Trivium‘s Matt Heafy, Arch Enemy‘s Alissa White-Gluz, Dark Tranquillity‘s Mikael Stanne, Soilwork‘s Björn “Speed” Strid, Jinjer‘s Tatiana Shmailyuk, and Black Crown Initiate’s James Dorton. The game was developed by The Outsiders and it will be released in 2022 on various platforms.

Red Fang Release “Blade To Waste” Video Game

Red Fang have released a new video game based on the music video for their song “Arrows.” The game, which is called “Blade To Waste,” can be played HERE. Notably, the top three scorers will have a chance to win prizes. Fans can participate by sharing a “screenshot of their score to social media (Facebook, Twitter, and/or Instagram) with the #bladetowaste hashtag and tagging Red Fang.” The contest will conclude at midnight on January 1.

Metallica Release Band-Branded Edition Of “Clue” Board Game

Metallica have released a band-branded edition of the classic board game “Clue.” You can get that HERE.

Here’s an official product description:

“Metallica partners up with one of the most iconic American mystery games, Clue!

Picture this: The band and crew are back at HQ to record Metallica’s next album, but with all the excitement, a key piece of equipment has gone missing! As the hours tick by, the group grows more and more eager to begin. They decide to split up and scour the building for any trace of their missing equipment. Find out WHAT piece has gone missing, WHERE it’s hiding, and WHO finds it so the recording session can get back on track!

Players: Papa Het, Duder, Mr. Ripper, Dr. Groove, The Engineer, Col. William

Equipment: Guitar, Bass, Snare Drum, Wah Pedal, Microphone, Computer

Learn more about the artist behind Metallica Clue in our So What! Interview – Maxx242: Clue’d Up.”

Members Of Arch Enemy, Cryptopsy, The Agonist, Etc. Contributed Alien & Creature Voices To The New “Guardians Of The Galaxy” Video Game

A number of metal musicians worked with La Fabrique De Monstres to contribute alien and creature voices to a new video game based on Marvel’s “Guardians Of The Galaxy.” The following artists took part: Alissa White-Gluz (Arch Enemy), Matt McGachy (Cryptopsy), Vicky Psarakis (The Agonist), Simon Girard (Beyond Creation), Sébastien Croteau (Necrotic Mutation), Roxana B.L. (Your Last Wish), Raphael Osorio (Our Souls Evolve), Misha Standjofski (Growlers Choir), Corinne Cardinal (Valfreya), Jeff Mott (Hands Of Despair), Marie-Hélène Landry (Obsolete Mankind), Jessica Dupré (Fall Of Stasis), and Emcy Mary Cloud. If you’re interested in checking it out, the game is currently available on PC, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PS5, PS4, and Nintendo Switch. A trailer can be found below:

Sabaton To Release “A Battle Through History” Board Game

Sabaton have joined forces with Scribabs to create a new board game called “A Battle Through History: An Adventure With Sabaton.” The game will be released on December 13 and pre-orders can be found HERE.

Here’s a description of the game:

“Enjoy the new Sabaton Board game created by Erik Burigo, Marco Valtriani, Pär Sundström and brought to life by dedicated artists: Alan D’Amico, Sebastian Lydzba, Peter Sallai, Mirco Pierfederici, colouring & artwork by Paolo Vallerga.

For thousand and thousand years, men fought countless battles. Many soldiers have fallen, but some of them, forged by blades and bullets, has become a hero and will be remembered forever.

History is meant to help us remember. Remember the pain, the glory, the armies, and the heroes. In this game, you will travel through time, reliving ancient and famous battles and historical episodes, gathering an army of warriors from different eras, to sing their epic deeds and lead them into the greatest war ever fought.


The board represents the flowing of time through different eras. According to Sabaton’s discography and military history, we thought about these ages: ancient warfare, medieval warfare, gunpowder warfare, and modern warfare. These ages are well defined by the weapons used and by the tactics developed by generals. Ancient warfare is focused on hand-to-hand combat, large armies of footmen, and primitive artillery. Medieval warfare is based on chivalry and more accurate ranged weapons, Gunpowder warfare introduced fire weapons, and Modern warfare relies on automatic weapons and war machines. But technology is not the only weapon: each Hero has a more powerful resource, his Courage.”

Sabaton commented:

“Each bandmember of Sabaton grew up with the tradition of board games and role-playing games, and the blood of these games runs in our veins. Just as we carry the tradition of playing the metal we grew up with, we also now carry the tradition of keeping board games alive, along with the social interactions that it comes with. Together with our partner Scribabs we present you: ‘A Battle Through History: An Adventure With Sabaton’!”

Pop Evil Launch “The Cube” Video Game

Pop Evil have launched a new video game called “The Cube.” You can play that HERE. The game features “a scrambled digital Rubik’s cube that gets more complex in each level.” Frontman Leigh Kakaty commented:

“Over the last few weeks, I played the hell out of this game during my COVID isolation. Just warning everyone, it’s not an easy game to nail down. Good luck beating Hayley’s score; she currently has the highest score on the bus…”

Twelve Foot Ninja Debut “Long Way Home” Music Video Through Steve “Stevic” MacKay’s New Video Game

Twelve Foot Ninja’s Steve “Stevic” MacKay has released a new video game called “Brusnik’s Long Way Home.” You can play that HERE. Notably, after fans complete the game they are granted access to a music video for the band’s new song “Long Way Home.” If you don’t want to try the game, you can also watch the clip below:

MacKay commented:

“There’s nothing like a global pandemic to shake the Etch A Sketch. I decided to get addicted to caffeine and throw a year of my life at making a video game…And like chucking a bag of shrunken heads into a Hadron Collider; I’ve never done it before, had no reason to believe I could do it, and didn’t know what would happen if I did…But here we bloody are! We are here, aren’t we?

I assembled a gang of willing rogues to prepare this sacrifice for your enjoyment; in the hope you will be pleased and bless us with your financial support and encouragement to continue. There would be nothing funnier to me than Brusnik becoming a legit game franchise (replete with his own line of rat poison).

Huge thank you to Mathew Chalker who salvaged my code equivalent of when Seth Brundle accidentally merged with his Telepod in The Fly and was a putrid mess on the floor.

Now we have our little syndicate of misfits; help us level up by shouting us a beer; and by that I mean, putting the money that would buy a beer that just gets pissed out…Into something worthwhile, like a rad game.”

Kvelertak Release New Retro Video Game And EP

Kvelertak have released a new retro video game called “Splid: Game Of Doom.” The game features 8-bit versions of songs from the band’s latest album “Splid” and it is available on Apple and Android. On top of that, the group have also released a new EP featuring the tracks from the game. Those include 8-bit versions of “Bråtebrann,” “Crack Of Doom,” “Discord,” and “Fanden ta dette hull!.” A press release offered more info on the game:

“[The game] takes fans and singer Ivar Nikolaisen on an epic quest through a retro-style maze where they are tasked with finding the other band members, as well as defeating the ghost of Tagholdt, who haunts a local museum and is a character from the song ‘Fanden ta dette hull!”

The band added:

“Your favorite superheroes are finally back — in a game where you can swing a REAL axe!”

Metal-Inspired Video Game “Of Bird & Cage” To Be Released In May

The new “interactive metal concept album” video game “Of Bird & Cage” is officially set to be released on PC on May 20. The game will feature a number of rock/metal musicians including: Danny Worsnop (Asking Alexandria), Kobra Paige (Kobra And The Lotus), Davidavi “Vidi” Dolev (Gunned Down Horses), Ron “Bumblefoot” Thal (ex-Guns N’ Roses), Rob van der Loo (Epica), Ruud Jolie (Within Temptation), Casey Grillo (ex-Kamelot), Rocky Gray (ex-Evanescence), Mike Lepond (Symphony X), Tina Guo, and Snowy Shaw (ex-King Diamond, ex-Therion). Here’s a description of it:

“Gamers can play as Gitta Barbot, a 25 year-old drug addict who tries to escape the physical and mental prison of her captor — Bres Lupus. Make quick choices that will have dire consequences and watch how your actions reveal new paths while struggling to keep your sanity.”

Mike Patton (Faith No More, Etc.) Covers The “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” Theme For New Video Game

Mike Patton (Faith No More, etc.) has a recorded a cover of the “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” theme song for a new video game called “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge.” You can hear that track in the below reveal trailer. Here’s a description of the game:

“Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge reunites Leonardo, Raphael, Michelangelo, and Donatello to kick shell in a beautifully realized pixel art world invoking the turtles’ classic 1987 design. With Bebop and Rocksteady amassing gizmos to support Krang and Shredder’s latest scheme, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge finds the turtles battling through a breathless tour of iconic TMNT locations to thwart their nemeses’ most diabolical plan yet. Armed with shell-shocking new abilities built on a foundation of classic brawling mechanics, the gang are in for an exhilarating, Foot Clan-stomping romp leading them through the sewers and bustling boroughs of New York City all the way to Dimension X. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge will be available on PC and consoles. “