Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment announces the electrifying video game soundtrack of Lollipop Chainsaw

Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment announces the electrifying video game soundtrack of Lollipop Chainsaw with music by Jimmy Euringer (a.k.a. Little Jimmy Urine).  Jimmy is the front-man, songwriter and programmer for the band Mindless Self Indulgence.  He is also part of the duo known as The Left Rights, a musical side project in collaboration with fellow Mindless Self Indulgence guitarist Steve Righ?.  Urine composed all the music found in the boss battles, including voicing Zed, the punk boss, of Lollipop Chainsaw , developed by SUDA 51 and Grasshopper Manufacture.  

While Juliet is hacking and slashing her way through boss fights, Jimmy’s insane music will accompany every gory chainsaw swipe-- making this game a true combination of sex, blood and over-the-top rock n’ roll.  And if that doesn’t make your spine quiver, don't forget the previously confirmed news that original music from Akira Yamaoka will be on tap through the game, along with some familiar tunes from throughout the annals of music history.   

Available later this year, Lollipop Chainsaw is the ‘un-deadly’ story of sweet but killer zombie-hunter Juliet Starling and her quest to uncover the root of a colossal zombie outbreak. With her wickedly awesome chainsaw in hand, Juliet slices, dices and splits her way through hordes of the undead, but soon realises the horde is only the opening act to a festival of zombie rock lords determined to kill the chainsaw-wielding cheerleader.

Find out more about Juliet at  www.LollipopChainsaw.com, and don’t forget to “like” us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/LollipopChainsaw and follow us on Twitter  @LolliChainsaw.  


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