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Part 2 Of Vangough's Post-Impressionist Video Game Battles

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Last week, MetalUnderground.com premiered the new series we call "Vangough's Post-Impressionist Video Game Battles" in our ongoing credo of providing a wide range of entertainment to our readers - but always anchored through the love of metal music in all its forms.

The best representation of this theme is through Oklahoma City progressive metal act Vangough, which blends nearly all forms of entertainment within its fantastic form of music, including nods to classic games (see sophomore release "Game On" (see review here))

A few weeks back, vocalist Clay Withrow approached us with an idea to exclusively run a new feature series on classic video games. Armed with a very eclectic, and seemingly endless array of games in the collection, the band produces video clips of classic game battles. It is a unique and fascinating look into a form of entertainment that practically envelops nearly all in the metal world, young and old. We hope you like it!

In the second installment of this new ongoing exclusive series, the band continues to play spooky games leading up to Halloween, this time with Scooby-Doo -Classic Creep Capers for the Nintendo 64. Released in November 2000, Scooby-Doo! follows stories ripped right out of the original show with voiceover work from Scott Innes, the voice actor for Scooby-Doo and Shaggy at that time.

MetalUnderground.com is proud to present: "Vangough's Post-Impressionist Video Game Battles, Pt 2" here:

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