Listen To Trent Reznor's Theme Song For "Call Of Duty: Black Ops II"

Nine Inch Nails mastermind and movie soundtrack composer Trent Reznor has written, recorded, and produced a theme song for the new first-person shooter warfare video game Call Of Duty: Black Ops II. The instrumental track is a dark and foreboding mix between unmistakable NIN electronics and distortion and Reznor’s equally as recognizable and suspenseful score-writing (as heard in the film The Social Netowork).

The game will be released tomorrow (Tuesday, November 13th), as will Reznor’s debut album for his and wife Mariqueen Maandig‘s new project, How To Destroy Angels. The EP entitled An Omen also features Atticus Ross and Rob Sheridan, both NIN collaborators.

While Reznor appears to have his hands full at the moment, we may be expecting some new NIN material in the near future. In the meantime, check out his theme for Call Of Duty: Black Ops II below.

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3D Friends "Lina Magic" Premieres As MTV SKINS Theme Song, Catches Up With OurStage In New York

Monday night marked the official premiere of the US version of MTV’s teen drama SKINS. Unless you’ve been living under a rock (we forgive you), or are new to OurStage (welcome), you know that we recently ran a competition with MTV to find the perfect track to be the theme song for the new show. A couple months and thousands of songs later Daniel Chavez Wright aka 3D Friends“Lina Magic” was announced the winner. Daniel was flown out to New York for the premiere of the show, where we sat down with him to hear about what this life changing opportunity has been like. The self-pronounced “chillwave” artist describes the winning track as “a tale of childhood romance and making connections in school”, a seemingly perfect fit for SKINS, which is after all, about the sometimes trying relationships of adolescence. We’re so honored to be part of Daniel’s journey as an independent artist and can’t wait to see what happens next. Remember, you can’t win an opportunity like this without entering, so get those songs out there! Check out our full interview with Daniel below.