‘Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5’ soundtrack includes State Champs, Four Year Strong, Anti-Flag, more

August 14, 2015
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There's a good chance a solid fraction of the people reading this got into punk-rock music through the Tony Hawk's Pro Skater series' soundtracks. Remember Goldfinger's “Superman” playing in the first game? How about Rise Against's “Like The Angel” and Alkaline Trio's “Armageddon” in Tony Hawk's Underground? Maybe you remember Pierce The Veil's “I'd Rather Die Than Be Famous” in Tony Hawk's Proving Ground? Regardless, there's a new Tony Hawk's Pro Skater game coming out this fall, and the soundtrack features some of the latest generation of pop-punk and punk rock heroes.

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Highlights of the soundtrack, revealed by the RIDE Channel, give us some indication of what to expect to hear when the new game drops this fall. State Champs, Four Year Strong, Anti-Flag, Family Force 5, and many more are set to provide background music to the year's premiere skateboarding simulation. Check out the list so far down below.

Satisfied? Expecting more? Let us know your thoughts.

Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 5 soundtrack:

Anti-Flag – “Stars and Stripes” 

Atmosphere – “Southsiders” 

Black Pistol Fire – “Hipster Shakes” 

Bully – “Milkman”

Cloud Nothings – “I'm Not Part of Me” 

Cold Cave – “A Little Death to Laugh” 

Connie Price and the Keystones – “International Hustler” 

Crass Mammoth – “All 149” 

Deaf Poets – “Degenerate Mind”

Death – “Keep on Knocking”

Death From Above 1979 – “Virgins” 

Deer Mother – “When the Wolves Come Out” 

Doomtree – “Mini Brute” 

Fake P – “Rorschach”

Family Force 5 – “Raised by Wolves” 

Four Year Strong – “Go Down in History” 

Harlan – “Moment to Myself”

Hundred Visions – “Our Ritual”

Hungry Hands – “Highline” by Hungry Hands

Icon for Hire – “Cynics & Critics” 

Killer Be Killed – “Wings of Feather and Wax” 

New Politics – “Everywhere I Go” 

Plague Vendor – “Black Sap Scriptures” 

Ratt Black – “Skate Rock”

Ratatat – “Cream on Chrome” 

Royal Blood – “Little Monster” 

The Schitzophonics – “Rat Trap”

State Champs – “Secrets” 

Temples – “Shelter Song” 

The Orwells – “Who Needs You” 

The Sheds – “Bad Things Are Bad” 

Yogi and Skrillex (feat. Pusha T, Moody Good, and TrollFace) – “Burial” 

Written by John Bazley