Hear a previously unreleased Machine Gun Kelly and Travis Barker cover in the new Paradise City trailer

Machine Gun Kelly and blink-182's Travis Barker cover Edwyn Collins' classic A Girl Like You in the latest trailer for Amazon Prime's Paradise City.

Hear a previously unreleased Machine Gun Kelly and Travis Barker cover in the new Paradise City trailer
Emily Carter
Jonathan Weiner

Ahead of the release of American Satan spin-off series Paradise City this week, a final trailer has been released – and it features a surprise, previously-unreleased cover by Machine Gun Kelly and Travis Barker.

MGK and the blink-182 sticksman have teamed up for a dark, moody cover of Edwyn Collins' classic ’90s single A Girl Like You, soundtracking a tense and dramatic look at the series featuring the likes of Black Veil Brides' Andy Biersack, and Asking Alexandria's Ben Bruce. Also confirmed to guest in the show are Slipknot​’s Sid Wilson, Lamb Of God​’s Randy Blythe and Sleeping With Sirens’ Kellin Quinn.

Season one of Paradise City will hit Amazon Prime Video on March 25.

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Creator, writer and director – and Sumerian Records founder – Ash Avildsen says: "More than one in four American kids grow up without a father in their home.

"For kids that grow up with one parent, you can go on one of two paths: you can blame the world, your parents, blame God, blame lack of God, or it can light a fire under you that you’re gonna make it no matter what. Paradise City is the show made to inspire these millions of teenagers and young adults. It reminds us that there is no light without darkness, that sorrow and heartbreak can be the greatest drivers of art. It reminds us that there is always hope, that you are never alone and that music is always there if you let it be.

"Almost everything in Paradise City is inspired by real events I have experienced growing up in an unorthodox single mom household as a kid estranged from his famous father and then my adult life becoming self-made in the ruthless music industry. Supernatural elements that have guided and misguided my life ever since moving to Los Angeles are also prevalent throughout the tale."

Check out the new trailer below:

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