Skrillex with Alvin Risk on the new COD: Black Ops II
Skrillex teamed up with another OSWLA family member Alvin Risk to come up with a track 'Imma Try It Out'. The track's unofficial leakage has had dubstep fanatics jump up and down for some time now. But now you can listen to the official, mastered version on the Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 soundtrack.
The track's raw dubstep beats and bass provide the perfect atmosphere for chasing down bad guys in this action-packed FPS. So one of the biggest names in EDM has helped in the production of one of the biggest names in gaming. Seems that the trend of top DJs and producers getting involved with video games has become the norm. We have nothing against that. Especially if you look at the fan video below. The nightclub scenery has been impressively recreated and with the best of dubstep pumping energy into your veins you're surely in for a thrilling experience. Looks pretty damn cool!
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