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Metal Hellsinger Enriches Its Fearless Soundtrack With a First DLC

This is a child of Doom, and it has learned a lot from it. But here, things are much faster, louder, and on point.

The popular rhythm FPS “Metal: Hellsinger” gets its first DLC with “Dream of the Beast”. The add-on makes the outstanding soundtrack even more convincing and will be released this month.


Publisher Funcom and developer The Outsiders unveiled the first Metal Hellsinger DLC yesterday. The “Dream of the Beast” release date is March 29 for PS4/PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series, and PC. The announcement happened on Twitter and obviously caused bright excitement among fans.


Rhythm shooter redefined

The game was released last year and received excellent reviews on Steam. Metal Hellsinger is a rhythm shooter with a concentrated load of badass weapons, demons, and heavy metal music. Here you’ll gain momentum when following the beats with your actions. Sound, first-person shooter, and a unique soundtrack form a symbiosis.

Will Ramos and Cristina Scabbia are particularly successful in the metal scene with their voices, but their styles are also very different. The two singers join the glorious Metal Hellsinger crew in the new DLC, including Matt Heafy from Trivium, Tatiana Shmayluk from Jinjer, and Randy Blythe from Lamb of God.

We look at the cover of the demon shooter from Funcom. You can see a female red demon figure in the center next to the title.
Screenshot from Metal: Hellsinger (Source: The Outsiders/Funcom)
The first DLC for Metal Hellsinger includes two new singers. Here the player is shooting a demon in a lava level.
Metal: Hellsinger screenshot (Source: The Outsiders/Funcom)


But that’s not all. In addition to the vocal enrichment, you as a player also receive a brand new machine gun called “The Red Right Hand”, with which you can strike down more demons to the music. In addition, three new exciting outfits provide even more variety and style in the gameplay. Check out the launch trailer below and turn up your speakers (or headphones):


Metal Hellsinger Soundtrack comes with a load of songs

You can look forward to many epic titles when you play the game. We have listed all the songs included in the soundtrack below for you:


  • Acheron – Two Feathers featuring Randy Blythe (Lamb Of God)
  • Blood and Law – Two Feathers featuring Mikael Stanne (Dark Tranquility)
  • Burial At Night – Two Feathers featuring Tatiana Shmayluk (Jinjer)
  • Dissolution – Two Feathers featuring Björn ‘Speed’ Strid (Soilwork)
  • Internal Invocation I: Hopes and Fears – Two Feathers featuring Mikael Stanne (Dark Tranquility)
  • Internal Invocation II: Defiance – Two Feathers featuring Mikael Stanne (Dark Tranquility)
  • Internal Invocation III: Dreaming in Distortion – Two Feathers featuring Mikael Stanne (Dark Tranquility)
  • No Tomorrow – Two Feathers featuring Serj Tankian (System of a Down)
  • Poetry Of Cinder – Two Feathers featuring James Forton (Black Crown Initiate)
  • Silent No More – Two Feathers featuring Dennis Lyxzén (Refused)
  • Stygia – Two Feathers featuring Alissa White-Gluz (Arch Enemy)
  • The Hellsinger – Two Feathers
  • This Devastation – Two Feathers featuring Matt Heafy (Trivium)
  • This is the End – Two Feathers featuring Mikael Stanne (Dark Tranquility)
  • Through You – Two Feathers featuring Mikael Stanne (Dark Tranquility)


You can listen to the complete Metal Hellsinger soundtrack, including the instrumental versions, on the following link via Reddit. Below is a short sample for you in the form of an additional video trailer. Enjoy!


Demons and shooters are your thing?

Then we have good news for you. Because beyond Metal: Hellsinger, many other hellish games are waiting for you. Check our rankings of great terrifying Co-op Horror Games, or get ready and face the harcore Roguelike Returnal.

Dead Island 2 is also coming your way with the ultimate Zombie action in April, and Witchfire could be the sibling of Metal: Hellsinger, by the way …


Which heavy metal song do you celebrate the most in the soundtrack? Feel free to let us know in the comments below.

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