Launch Radio Networks reports: SLIPKNOT, TOOL singer Maynard James Keenan, LINKIN PARK frontman Chester Bennington and up-and-coming band FLYLEAF all contribute tracks to the soundtrack of "Underworld: Evolution", the sequel to the 2003 vampire action hit "Underworld". A complete track and artist listing for the disc has not been made available yet, but FLYLEAF is contributing a cover of NINE INCH NAILS' "Something I Never Had". The soundtrack arrives in stores on January 10.
"Underworld: Evolution", which reunites stars Kate Beckinsale and Scott Speedman, opens in theatres on January 20.
The soundtrack to the first "Underworld" featured songs from A PERFECT CIRCLE, TRUSTCOMPANY, FINCH, DAVID BOWIE, and members of LIMP BIZKIT, FILTER and NINE INCH NAILS.
FLYLEAF has also recorded a cover of the Christmas classic, "Do You Hear What I Hear?", according to FMQB.com. The recording can be found at all online digital music stores. FLYLEAF is currently opening for STAIND, P.O.D. and TAPROOT on the Fall Brawl tour as it supports its self-titled debut album.
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