Metal: Hellsinger features a fairly impressive list of artists who lend their voices to its soundtrack. It's no coincidence, either, that developer The Outsiders emphasizes the quality of the game's OST, giving you several excellent songs to which you punch holes in countless demons.
While, at a glance, it'd be easy to think that Metal: Hellsinger was yet another first-person shooter in which you blast your way through Hell's denizens, the title stands out because of how it integrates its soundtrack into the action. The more you time your actions to the beat of the songs that play, the more powerful you become. Below, you'll find the artists revealed so far to be featured on its soundtrack.
Metal: Hellsinger Artists and Songs
Even if you only dabble occasionally in heavier music, you're very likely to have heard about at least a few of the artists on Metal: Hellsinger's soundtrack. Fans of the genre will, without a doubt, find quite a few familiar names, whose voices accompany them on their journey through Hell.
The OST features singers from both established and newer bands, who add their personality to songs that are not only created with the game in mind, but which adapt to how well you're doing.
The list below highlights the artists' names, the bands in which they play, followed by the title of the songs they're featured on.
- Tatiana Shmalyuk (Jinjer) - Burial at Night
- Björn (Soilwork) - Dissolution
- Matt Heafy (Trivium) - This Devastation
- Mikael Stanne (Dark Tranquility) - Through You, This Is the End, Blood and Law
- Serj Tankian (System of a Down) - No Tomorrow
- Dennis Lyxzén (Refused, Invsn) - Silent No More
- Randy Blythe (Lamb of God) - Acheron
- Alissa White-Gluz (Arch Enemy) - Stygia
- James Dorton (Black Crown Initiate, Replacire) - Poetry of Cinder
You can get a sample of how Metal: Hellsinger sounds and plays prior to purchasing it by downloading the demo that's available on Steam.
If want to make sure the OST is metal enough, you can check out some of the songs featured on it as part of a concert that took place at Gamescom and which is available on YouTube.
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