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Death Stranding’s trailer music is coming to vinyl from Mondo

Kojima Productions and Low Roar team up for a 12-inch single

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Death Stranding baby Kojima Productions

While Hideo Kojima and the rest of Kojima Productions are still a long way off from delivering their first video game as a new studio, that’s not stopping them from giving hardcore fans what they want: stuff to buy. In addition to merchandise and high-end action figures, Kojima Productions will also release a 12-inch single featuring the music of Death Stranding — or, more specifically, its trailers — from Icelandic band Low Roar.

Low Roar’s “I’ll Keep Coming” and “Easy Way Out” will be released on vinyl, thanks to a collaboration between the band, Kojima Productions, PlayStation and Mondo. The 12-inch single will be press on 180 gram clear vinyl with “heavy black splatter.” The single will be available in February and is up for pre-order for $15.

Death Stranding single Mondo/Kojima Productions

Kojima debuted a new trailer for Death Stranding at this week’s The Game Awards. The trailer revealed the involvement of director Guillermo del Toro and actor Mads Mikkelsen as characters in the game. At PlayStation Experience 2016, Kojima brought with him an alternate cut of the trailer which featured Low Roar’s “Easy Way Out.” He said that viewing the trailer again with Low Roar’s lyrics helps present the trailer in a different context.

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