Royal Blood, Skrillex and more to feature on ‘Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5’ video game soundtrack

Death From Above 1979, The Orwells, Temples, Ratatat and more also feature

The official in-game soundtrack has been announced for the new Tony Hawk’s video game.

The latest addition to the popular franchise, Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5 will be released on October 2 on Playstation 4 and Xbox One and in November for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 consoles. It’s the tenth game in the series, the first since 2007’s Proving Ground and the sequel to 2002’s Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 4.

A press release reads: “Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5 reignites the classic style and gameplay of the Pro Skater series with new levels and seamless online multiplayer. Unlock new content, level up and take on rivals in head-to-head, high-score battles by jumping instantly in and out of online shred sessions that support up 20 skaters at the same time. Players can also create their own skateparks to share online with the community.”

The soundtrack will feature the likes of Royal Blood, Death From Above 1979, The Orwells, Temples, Ratatat, Yogi & Skrillex and more. See the full tracklisting below.

Anti-Flag – ‘Stars And Stripes’
Atmosphere – ‘Southsiders’
Black Pistol Fire – ‘Hipster Shakes’
Bully – ‘Milkman’
Cloud Nothings – ‘I’m Not Part Of Me’
Cold Cave – ‘A Little Death To Laugh’
Connie Price And The Keystones – ‘International Hustler’
Crass Mammoth – ‘All 149’
Deaf Poets – ‘Degenerate Mind’
Death – ‘Keep On Knocking’
Death From Above 1979 – ‘Virgins’
Deer Mother – ‘When The Wolves Come Out’
Doom Tree – ‘Mini Brute’
Fake P – ‘Rorschach’
Family Force 5 – ‘Raised By Wolves’
Four Year Strong – ‘Go Down In History’
Harlan – ‘Moment To Myself’
Hundred Visions – ‘Our Ritual’
Hungry Hands – ‘Highline’
Icon For Hire – ‘Cynics and Critics’
Killer Be Killed – ‘Wings Of Feather and Wax’
New Politics – ‘Everywhere I Go’
Plague Vender – ‘Black Sap Scriptures’
Ratatat – ‘Cream On Chrome’
Rattblack – ‘Skate Rock’
Royal Blood – ‘Little Monster’
State Champs – ‘Secrets’
Temples – ‘Shelter Song’
The Orwells – ‘Who Needs You’
The Schitzophonics – ‘Rat Trap’
The Sheds – ‘Bad Things Are Bad’
Yogi & Skrillex – ‘Burial’

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