And it's easy to see why. In a new trailer for the game the track "Tears" fits footage that looks like David Fincher and John Woo got together to do "The Matrix 4": plenty of bullets and explosions in slow-motion set to a brooding industrial tune.
Health aren't the only top notch act to dip their toes in the video game world. The National penned "Exile Vilify" for Valve's Portal 2. If this is a trend then all introverted Xbox addicts will have a much improved taste in music as time goes on. Watch the trailer for Max Payne 3 below, out May 15, and check back here for more details on the soundtrack.
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