SHADOWS FALL, STAMPIN' GROUND Music To Be Featured In New Video Game

SHADOWS FALL's "Destroyer of Senses" and STAMPIN' GROUND's "Don't Need A Reason to Hate" will be used in the new Eidos video game, entitled "Backyard Wrestling 2: There Goes The Neighborhood". The game will launch on October 12. In addition, music videos from both bands will appear on two promotional/collectors' items for the game put out by Eidos. The details are as follows:

01. Collectors' DVD: STAMPIN' GROUND's "Bear the Scars" and SHADOWS FALL's "Destroyer of Senses" appear on the exclusive Collector's DVD sold exclusively at EB Games or GameStop. The Collector's DVD is a gift-with-purchase to customers who pre-purchase the game before launch. The Collector's DVD packs in full circle entertainment with amazing wrestling matches, behind-the-scenes interviews, Tera Patrick bonus footage, and, of course, STAMPIN' GROUND and SHADOW'S FALL.

02. Best Buy Bonus Disc: Secondly, a second disc featuring brand new SHADOWS FALL video, "The Power of I And I", will contain completely different wrestling footage and interviews. This Best Buy Bonus Disc is exclusively available through Best Buy and will be packed into both the PS2 and XBOX versions purchased at that store. The Bonus Disc highlights the stars of Backyard WrestlingSHADOWS FALL, ANDREW W.K. and INSANE CLOWN POSSE — not to mention the mastermind behind the game, Kevin Gill, and the real deal behind the Backyard Wrestling phenomenon.


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