Apparently taking their revenge for that smooth-jazz version of “In Your Words,” Lamb of God “have recorded a cover of the iconic Pearl & Dean theme, familiar to cinema-goers across the UK since the 1970s,” for Iron Man 2, according to the Roadrunner UK site. Since I’ve never been a cinema-goer across the UK (I actually did see a movie in London once, but I barely remember the experience), I’m not at all familiar with this theme, but when I sought it out on YouTube, well… I was surprised, to say the least.

I wonder what the heck a LOG version of this little ditty sounds like? And how it fits into Iron Man 2? And if it’s part of the movie at all, or only plays before the movie in UK cinemas (which is Limey for “theaters”)? Do you think US audiences will get a Lamb of God version of the old Loews theme song or something? I would KILL to hear Randy Blythe howl “THANK YOU FOR COMING TO LOEWS, SIT BACK AND RELAX, ENJOY THE SHOWWWWWWWWW!!!!!

Iron Man 2 opens in the UK today, but we don’t get it here in the States for another week. So if any of our beloved readers from across the pond check it out, please drop us a line and let us know how the LOG cover plays into the film. Also, don’t forget that Lamb of God have a new song, “Hit the Wall,” in the Iron Man 2 video game, which hits stores this Tuesday, May 4.


[via The PRP]

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