GODSMACK: New Song To Be Featured On 'Madden 06' Video Game
A brand-new GODSMACK track, entitled "Bring It On", will be featured on the new installment of EA Sports' popular video game series, Madden. Madden 06 comes out August 6 and you can pre-order it here. Other bands expected to appear on Madden 06 include AVENGED SEVENFOLD ("Bat Country"), DISTURBED ("Ten Thousand Fists"), FUNERAL FOR A FRIEND ("Streetcar") and FOO FIGHTERS ("No Way Back").
GODSMACK are one of the featured acts on the upcoming "Rockin' The Corps" DVD and audio CD, due on September 6 via Image Entertainment. The DVD will include performances from the "Rockin' The Corps" concert — held on April 1 at Camp Pendleton, a U.S. military base near San Diego, for nearly 50,000 U.S. Marines and their families — as well as backstage footage and other exclusive content. The CD will feature an exclusive bonus DVD with content from the show and behind the scenes footage.
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