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DC has collaborated with Warner Bros. to produce a soundtrack featuring songs inspired by Dark Nights: Metal, the blockbuster comic book event that reunited the best-selling Batman talent team of writer Scott Snyder and artist Greg Capullo. “As both a musician and fan of heavy metal music, having a soundtrack for Dark Nights: Metal is pretty awesome,” said Capullo. “I really like the concept of having hard-driving, heavy music as a complement to the incredible story that Scott and I are telling.” “I’m really honored by this,” adds Snyder. “So many of the Batmanstories that Greg and I have worked on together have been fueled or influenced by music that inspired us; this story in particular has rock and metal music as the engine driving it all. To have something like this come together is a huge thrill.”
Production of the soundtrack was guided by two of the recording industry’s brightest stars, Tyler Bates and Mike Elizondo. Bates has produced and composed music for movies, including Watchmen, 300 and the Guardians of the Galaxy franchise, as well as television and video games. He is also the lead guitarist for the rock band Marilyn Manson. Mike Elizondo, Senior Vice President of A&R at Warner Bros. Records, co-produced the soundtrack with Bates. Elizondo has worked with some of the most prolific artists in hip-hop, most notably Dr. Dre and Eminem. He has also collaborated with popular music acts such as Twenty One Pilots, Muse, Mastodon and Avenged Sevenfold.