Metal Hellsinger mod lets you head to Sweet Home Alabama


Metal Hellsinger mods allowing custom music will be added to Funcom’s beat-based FPS game in the near future, but one fan has gone ahead and added Lynyrd Skynyrd’s classic rock anthem Sweet Home Alabama in the Game.

While Metal Hellsinger already boasts an impressive cast of musical titans, some players find the game’s limited soundtrack a bit frustrating, particularly because you have to replay levels over and over to the same songs.

Funcom announced that support for custom music mods is coming to the gore rhythm game, but simply gave soon(TM) as a proposed release date.

Taking matters into her own hands like The Unknown herself, a fan decided to alter Lynyrd Skynyrd’s iconic Sweet Home Alabama track to Metal Hellsinger, and boy, blowing heads has never been so much fun.

Showing off their mod in a brief video on RedditCONGOBILL writes “I made a mod for Metal: Hellsinger so you can kill everyone [to] this perfect music.

Loading into the game, they weave their way through the hordes to the country-inspired beats of Sweet Home Alabama, no doubt nodding a little. You can take their mod here.

Sweet Home Alabama is perfect for Hellsinger, especially since Troy Baker acts as the narrator. The whole thing has those wild west vibes of Ghost Rider on Fire, making Lynyrd Skynyrd’s country-inspired classic the only real choice.

They also confirmed that their next project will be to translate an iconic Swedish pop song. Carameldance in the game, allowing us the kids of the early 2000s scene to live out our fandom fantasies while taking down The Red Judge. To be fair, though, since the pace is relatively fast and stays steady, it’s going to be so funny play (I’m listening to it without irony as I write this, by the way).

If you haven’t ventured into the bowels of hell yet, be sure to check out our Metal Hellsinger system requirements to see if your PC has what it takes to run the game. We also interviewed Matt Heafy from Trivium about Metal Hellsinger, so check out his thoughts.


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