Here Are All The New Songs That Will Feature On The Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 + 2 Soundtrack

From FIDLAR to Machine Gun Kelly, here's all the new artists who will star on the soundtrack to the remastered Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 + 2 games.

Here Are All The New Songs That Will Feature On The Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 + 2 Soundtrack

Ahead of the release of the remastered Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 + 2, a load of new artists have been added to the soundtrack – with the games set to feature a mixture of old favourites (we're looking at you, Goldfinger, Papa Roach, Rage Against The Machine et al…), and more modern songs that should fit perfectly with the vibe.

From FIDLAR to Machine Gun Kelly, there's a ton of cool and genre-spanning new names that will soundtrack the highly-anticipated new Activision games – which are arriving on September 4 and will be available fully remastered for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.

Read this: 11 songs that should be included on the new Tony Hawk's soundtrack

Discussing Pro Skater’s iconic soundtracks with Kerrang!, Tony said, “The soundtracks are very much inline with my music tastes and my history of growing up skating. Punk music was really closely associated with skating at the time and a lot of the songs on the soundtracks were songs that I heard growing up at skate parks.

“I had more input on the first few games than any of them because there were no expectations, so we had a lot more freedom to be experimental. I was just trying to make a soundtrack that I thought represented skate culture and the skate lifestyle.”

“I have no recollection of being asked to be on the game,” laughed Goldfinger’s John Feldmann. “I’m sure I was asked, but we were touring so much and I just didn’t want to go back to selling shoes, so any opportunity to promote my band I would just say yes to. Superman was kind of just a song that we had lying around. Obviously now it’s the biggest song we’ve written but I didn’t have any idea what that song would become. It was never a radio single, its popularity is testament to how powerful and how important that game was for the culture of our scene.”

See the new additions to the soundtrack below:

A Tribe Called Quest – Can I Kick It?
A. Swayze & the Ghosts – Connect to Consume
Alex Lahey – Misery Guts
All Talk – Let's Do It
American Nightmare – Life Support
Backchat – Step It Up
Baker Boy – In Control
Billy Talent – Afraid of Heights
Black Prez ft. Kid Something – The Struggle
CHAII – South
Charlie Brown Jr. – Confisco
Cherry Kola – Something To Say
Chick Norris – Made Me Do
Craig Craig ft. Icy Black – Stomp
Crush Effect ft. KARRA – Coming Through
Destroy Boys – Duck Eat Duck World
DZ Deathrays – IN-TO-IT
FIDLAR – West Coast
JunkBunny – Sedona
Less Than Jake – Bomb Drop
Machine Gun Kelly – Bloody Valentine
Merkules – Bass (feat. Tech N9ne & Hopsin)
MxPx – Let's Ride
Pkew Pkew Pkew – Mid 20's Skateboarder
Reel Big Fish – She's Famous Now
Rough Francis– Deathwire
Screaming Females – Let Me In
Skepta – Shutdown
Spilt Milk – Run It Up Pt II
Strung Out – Firecracker
Sublime – Same In The End
The Ataris – All Soul's Day
The Super Best Frens Club – Like This
Token – Flamingo
Tyrone Briggs – Lose Control
Viagra Boys – Slow Learner
Zebrahead – All My Friends Are Nobodies

And check out all the artists – both new and old – included in the poster:

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