THE DEFTONES To Contribute Previously-Unreleased Cut To "Road Rules" Soundtrack

THE DEFTONES, UNWRITTEN LAW, and the JULIANA THEORY will contribute previously-unreleased tracks to Roadrunner Records' upcoming soundtrack to Road Rules, MTV Road Rules: Don't Make Me Pull This Thing Over — Volume 1, according to Allstar. THE DEFTONES, currently in the studio working on their fourth album Lovers, will appear with a track called "The Boy's Republic", UNWRITTEN LAW will offer "Take Me Away", while JULIANA THEORY will appear with "Bring It Low", taken from their forthcoming Epic Records debut, entitled Love. Previously released tracks from HOOBASTANK, NEW FOUND GLORY, JIMMY EAT WORLD, DASHBOARD CONFESSIONAL, AFI, and THURSDAY, among others, will also be included on the soundtrack, tentatively due on August 6th.


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