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Ex-Iced Earth Drummer Richard Christy Teams Up With Metalkill To Create PC Games

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Acclaimed heavy metal drummer Richard Christy (ex-Iced Earth, Death, Leash Law, Control Denied), who currently works for "The Howard Stern Show", has teamed up with Metalkill to create a number of PC shooter and Medieval games. There first release will be a game called Skullfuck from one of the characters in Christy's directorial film debut, "Evil Ned 3 -The Return of Evil Ned 2 - Electric Boogaloo".

TJ Killers, CEO of Metalkill, commented: "Working with Richard has been a lot of fun so far getting his first movie ready. Skullfuck should be released sometime this summer. We are both very excited of what is yet to come."

Metalkill has two game releases online called The Underworld and Evil Fate. These Beta releases feature music from Cattle Decapitation, Threat Signal, Fear Factory, and Suffocation.

Source: blabbermouth

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1. metal 2 death writes:

haha richard christy,,, what a silly b****

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2. metalhead644 writes:

sick f***in drummer

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3. Stephen writes:

You don't just sign a video game contract and suddenly become a "guru". I wish it were that f***ing easy.

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