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Slipknot, Rise Against & more bringing tunes to nail'd


4:00 PM on 07.01.2010



nail'd is the upcoming racing game from Deep Silver and Techland that gives a giant f*ck you to the laws of physics. A game as crazy as this should have a rocking soundtrack and that's just what we're going to get. Songs from Slipknot, Backyard Babies, Queens of the Stone Age and Rise Against will be part of the game to help fuel the over-the-top experience.

nail'd will also have original music created by an "all-star group of rock luminaries." More bands will be announced in the future, but so far it looks like the right mix of bands for this extreme off-road racer.

Expect nail'd to be released later this year for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC.

[Note: It hasn't been revealed what exact tracks will be in the game. I just used Queens of the Stone Age's "Go With The Flow" as it's my favorite song by them.]






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