DEATH Song 'Crystal Mountain' To Be Featured In 'Gargula Bloodrush' Game

The DEATH song "Crystal Mountain" will be featured in the new arcade game Gargula Bloodrush from Paranormal Games, a small south Australian indie game developer in Adelaide.

Gargula Bloodrush is described as the 2D infinite runner that throws you into a nightmarish retro-style world of horror and gore. It combines fast action play, upgradeable abilities, an ominous art style influenced by comics, horror and 16-bit games of the '80s/'90s.

"Crystal Mountain" is taken from DEATH's classic 1995 album "Symbolic", which was reissued in 2008 via Roadrunner Records. the remastered LP included the original album tracks plus several previously unreleased, ultra-rare, mostly instrumental demo recordings that were completed in early 1994 with the lineup of Chuck Schuldiner (guitar), Gene Hoglan (drums) and Steve DiGiorgio (bass). The package also came with brand new liner notes written by longtime metal journalist Don Kaye.

DEATH mastermind Chuck Schuldiner died on December 13, 2001 after a battle with pontine glioma, a rare type of brain tumor.



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