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As we've seen in the past, metal music and video games are often a match made in hell, with recent examples like Mick Gordon's unbelievable Doom Eternal soundtrack, and the upcoming rhythm-based shooter Metal: Hellsinger too.
Now, Trivium, Spiritbox, Chelsea Grin members and more have joined forces to create a super-heavy djent track for the mobile video game Garena Free Fire, which you can check out below.
The new track called 'Remain' was composed for the game's Revolución multiplayer event, and features rotating vocals from Matt Heafy (Trivium), Courtney LaPlante (Spiritbox), Pablo Viveros (Chelsea Grin), Seke Rowe (Arcadia Libre) and Kello Gonzalez (Parazit), with the guitar coming from Mexican shredder Jose Macario.
It almost brings us back to the good old days of Roadrunner United - have a listen:
Garena Free Fire is yet another entry into the ultra-popular Battle Royale game genre, where it has seen its own huge success rivaling competitors Fortnite, Call Of Duty: Mobile and PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG).
The game picked up a large player-base in Mexico, which makes sense given the numerous Spanish contributions to the song.