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Tuesday, 22 June 2010 12:28

Metal band Slayer gets iPad/iPhone pinball game

Written by Nedim Hadzic
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And you thought Metallica sold out

Well I guess that this is the closest a band can get to selling their soul to the devil nowadays. Unfortunately, it seems that it no longer gets you great songs and albums, but rather a few measly bucks in your pocket.

Metal band Slayer has now put its name on a pinball game dubbed the Slayer Pinball Rocks HD, and the game should, as the band suggests, be played loud. The game comes with some mini-games, Slayer voiceovers, etc.

The app is priced at $3, which at the same time might explain why the devil isn't dealing in souls and albums anymore - we're just becoming cheap. Another option is that Jobs pays more than the unholy one, but now we're just being silly.

More here.

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