Soundtrack review: DC Dark Nights: Death Metal

Superhero films often have a significant relationship to music. Think of the use of Black Sabbath and AC/DC tunes in the Iron Man movies, or Peter Quill’s mixtape in Guardians Of The Galaxy. What’s more unusual is for an actual comic book to have its own soundtrack, but that’s what GOTG composer Tyler Bates has produced here for Dark Nights: Death Metal, the latest of the continuity-altering ...

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