CARY, N.C.—March 1, 2011— Fallen Earth, LLC, developers of the self-titled massively multiplayer online game, Fallen Earth , today announced their latest collaboration with Nuclear Blast Records, the world’s largest independent heavy metal label, inviting players and fans of both the popular post-apocalyptic MMO and hit artist Kataklysm to post their burning questions about the band, set to be answered and documented during the group’s North American tour.
Fans are encouraged to post their questions—either in text or video format—on the Fallen Earth Facebook page beginning today through Tuesday, March 8.
Making a pit-stop to the Fallen Earth development studio during their present tour, Kataklysm band members will sit down with developers to answer and record player questions later this month. The visit will be documented for Kataklysm’s forthcoming DVD, The Iron Will: 20 Years Determined and will be available for players and fans via Fallen Earth’s in-game“Nuclear Blast Radio” and the Fallen Earth website.
For more information, visit www.fallenearth.com.
Visit the Fallen Earth Facebook page here.
About Fallen Earth, LLC
Formed in 2003, FALLEN EARTH, LLC is a special purpose entity born out of Icarus Studios dedicated to the production of the independently produced and published, massively multiplayer online game (MMO) unlike any other, Fallen Earth. Set in the Grand Canyon in 2156 and mixing first-person shooter-style action with role-playing game design, Fallen Earth allows players to explore a post-apocalyptic world through crafting, trading, and scavenging. Fallen Earth is co-developed with Icarus Studios using the patented technology xScape Platform and available exclusively for the PC. Fallen Earth is rated“M” for“Mature” by the ESRB.
About Nuclear Blast Records
For the past 24 years, Nuclear Blast Records GmbH has been synonymous with the development of extreme music and most specifically, the genre of heavy metal. Boasting a current roster of 94 bands representing over 16 different metal music genres and 18 different countries, the company has experienced considerable growth since its humble beginnings in Donzdorf, Germany in 1987. In the early nineties, company president Markus Staiger decided to open Nuclear Blast’s first U.S. office in Pennsylvania and then moved the satellite office to Los Angeles in 2001. Still independently owned, both new and heritage metal acts continue to be signed, Billboard chart debuts abound, and high-profile tours continue to be booked, securing Nuclear Blast’s reputation as the world’s most beloved&respected heavy metal label.