A SECOND soundtrack for critically acclaimed video game Rocket League has been released, and a Warrnambool musician is among the tracklisting.
Adam B Metal’s Rocket League Throwback Anthem, which features on the end credits of the game, is the final track on the album.
It is available through Amazon and iTunes as well as game download site Steam, or for streaming on Spotify.
Metal, who is part of the team behind video game podcast Rant Theory, recorded a theme song for Rocket League’s predecessor Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars in 2008.
The riff from that track was also used in the new version of the game as downloadable content.
The Throwback Anthem has had over 13,000 streams on Spotify and more than 5000 plays on YouTube.
Rocket League, which is described as "soccer, but with rocket-powered cars", has had over 6 million sales and has become an officially sponsored eSport as part of the worldwide professional Electronic Sports League.
The Rocket League Throwback Anthem is the most recent release for Metal since his 2014 crowd-funded as The Departed.