VICIOUS RUMORS guitarist Geoff Thorpe has written and recorded three songs for the Hooter's Pro Cup Racing PC video game, which was developed and co-published by Hoplite Research, LLC and recently made available via all fine stores nationwide. Thorpe, who was joined on the above-mentioned recordings by Ira Black on bass, and Max Garcia on drums, had the following to say about the experience: "Hooter's Racing and metal…it's a match made in heaven. I'm really proud to be working with the people at Hoplight Research and Hooter's."Look for VICIOUS RUMORS to appear on more games in the future.
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