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Mastodon And Lamb Of God Unleash New Songs For Bill & Ted Face The Music

Listen to Mastodon and Lamb Of God’s new songs for the Bill & Ted 3 soundtrack.

To coincide with the U.S. release of Bill & Ted Face The Music on August 28, Mastodon and Lamb Of Gods epic efforts for the film’s soundtrack have finally arrived.

Rufus Lives and The Death Of Us respectively are out now, and star alongside other soundtrack efforts by Weezer, FIDLAR and more. If that’s not enough of a reason to want to go and see the eagerly-awaited Bill & Ted 3, it also looks like Dave Grohl makes an appearance as himself in the movie…

Read this: Mastodon: Every album ranked from worst to best

In other Mastodon news, the quartet will be releasing their new Medium Rarities record in September. Pressed on pink vinyl, the album will include a Flaming Lips cover, a live version of Metallicas Orion, a guest appearance from Butthole Surfers’ Gibby Haynes, and their awesome recent collaboration with Scott Kelly of Neurosis, Fallen Torches.

Mastodon teased Fallen Torches to Kerrang! back in January last year, with guitarist Bill Kelliher describing it as a basher” and brutal” while drummer Brann Dailor said, It’s as heavy as I’ve heard us in a while.”

Check out Mastodon’s Rufus Lives:

And Lamb Of God’s The Death Of Us:

Posted on August 28th 2020, 1:24p.m.
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