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Korn have taken their love of video games one step further by recording an original song inspired by the upcoming Ubisoft game, Haze.

The song, inventively titled "Haze," will be released as a single and video to coincide with the release of the Haze video game. It will also be made available for purchase at online music sites.

"This partnership with Korn is original in the video game industry in that the song will be released and promoted as a full-fledged single, and not just as a download with the video game," says Ubisoft worldwide licensing VP Christian Salomon. "It is a testament to the synergy possibilities between music and video games, which often share the same audience."

"Gaming for me is a religion, and Haze is the shit," says Korn frontman Jonathan Davis. "I had to come up with a track that can hit up that kind of rush I get from the game, and I think we really rocked it."

Korn have sold more than 30 million records worldwide. The Bakersfield, California nu-metal band's untitled album, released in July, continued their streak of strong sellers.


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