Cloud Nothings, Cold Cave, Ratatat on Board for 'Tony Hawk' 5 Soundtrack

Cloud Nothings, Cold Cave, Ratatat on Board for 'Tony Hawk' 5 Soundtrack
Aside from the perfect opportunity to pretend you're exercising while you drown in a pile of chip crumbs on the couch, the Tony Hawk's Pro Skater games also offered excellent soundtracks that were heavy on punk, hip-hop and electronic music. Next month, the game will return with its fifth iteration, and now its soundtrack has been revealed.

It looks like the majority of the music has already been previously released, but it'll surely sound great while you're defying physics and doing a dark slide on a 100-foot-high power line. 

The game includes contributions from the likes of Anti-Flag, Atmosphere, Bully, Cloud Nothings, Cold Cave, Death, Death From Above 1979, Ratatat, the Orwells, Skrillex and many others.

The inclusion of Cold Cave makes sense, considering the fact that the goth pop outfits are one of Tony Hawk's favourite bands. You can watch listen to audio of them performing a Cure cover at the skateboarder's recent wedding below.

Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 5 arrives on September 29 for PS4 and Xbox One. It'll hit PS3 and Xbox 360 on November 10.

Anti-Flag "Stars and Stripes"
Atmosphere "Southsiders"
Black Pistol Fire "Hipster Shakes"
Bully "Milkman"
Cloud Nothings "I'm Not Part of Me"
Cold Cave "A Little Death to Laugh"
Connie Price and the Keystones "International Hustler"
Crass Mammoth "All 149"
Deaf Poets "Degenerate Mind"
Death "Keep On Knocking"
Death From Above 1979 "Virgins"
Deer Mother "When The Wolves Come Out"
Doomtree "Mini Brute" Fake P "Rorschach"
Family Force 5 "Raised By Wolves"
Four Year Strong "Go Down In History"
Harlan "Moment To Myself"
Hundred Visions "Our Ritual"
Hungry Hands "Highline"
Icon For Hire "Cynics and Critics"
Killer Be Killed "Wings of Feather and Wax"
New Politics "Everywhere I Go"
Plague Vendor "Black Sap Scriptures"
Ratatat "Cream on Chrome"
RattBlack "Skate Rock"
Royal Blood "Little Monster"
State Champs "Secrets"
Temples "Shelter Song"
The Orwells "Who Needs You"
The Schitzophonics "Rat Trap"
The Sheds "Bad Things are Bad"
Yogi & Skrillex "Burial"