ADEMA was featured multiple times on UFC's "Ultimate Fight Night" on Saturday, August 6, broadcast live on Spike TV.Two songs off ADEMA's Earache debut, "Planets", were featured prominently in the live broadcast of the UFC event. "Bad Triangle" was played repeatedly throughout the show, and "Enter the Cage" was used as fighter Nate Quarry's intro music as he walked to the cage. ADEMA and the UFC are a perfect match; ADEMA drummer Kris Kohls is an avid martial arts enthusiast and an accomplished Jiu-Jitsu trainer. In other news, ADEMA's song "Planets (Cry Wolf)" has been chosen to appear on the soundtrack to "Cry Wolf", a new thriller co-starring Jon Bon Jovi and produced by Lakeshore Entertainment, the production company behind the Academy Award-winning film "Million Dollar Baby". Furthermore, ADEMA's song has been chosen to be the first single off the soundtrack and a video for the song is currently in the works; "Cry Wolf" film director Jeff Wadlow is directing the music video which features footage of ADEMA as well as shots from the film. "Cry Wolf" is described as a "terrifying new thriller" in which "a group of friends take advantage of a recent unsolved murder and the power of the internet to convince their classmates that a serial killer is loose on their boarding school campus...but when students start turning up dead, the friends must fight for their lives while trying to figure out if the terror they created is actually real..." "Cry Wolf" opens in theaters nationwide on September 23; the soundtrack to "Cry Wolf" hits stores September 6.
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