SEE X JAPAN AND BOOM BOOM SATELLITES LIVE IN LOS ANGELES Features Exclusive and Unreleased Music From: Dir en grey

“The Traps Come Alive”

Back for the seventh installment of the Saw horror series this Halloween, moviegoers will once again cringe in their seats as blood, guts and body parts are up for grabs in Saw 3D. As a deadly battle rages over Jigsaw’s brutal legacy, a group of Jigsaw survivors gather to seek the support of self-help guru and fellow survivor Bobby Dagen, a man whose own dark secrets unleash a new wave of terror. What started out as a “little” indie horror movie back in 2004 has turned into a universal go-for-the-throat franchise and fittingly enough, the movie soundtracks have always been amicable counterparts assaulting the senses in a manner that would make Jigsaw proud.

After the success of X Japan on the Saw IV soundtrack, it’s exciting that the Saw 3D soundtrack will showcase three ground-breaking Japanese rock acts.

Boom Boom SatellitesBoom Boom Satellites – The brainchild of Bassist/programmer Masayuki Nakano and guitarist/vocalist Michiyuki Kawashima, Boom Boom Satellites have been combining distortion-drenched rock and punk guitars, with electronic dance music and heavy jazz elements to constantly evolve and refine their innovative sound. http://www.bbs-net.

WagDug Futeristic Unity – The side project from Hiroshi Kyono, of The Mad Capsule Markets.

Dir en greyDir en grey – Having conquered the Japanese rock scene with lyrics that convey sorrow, darkness and anger in modern society. The band has received international critical acclaim for their masterful translation of the lyrics to their dramatic and at times shocking stage show, which has included self-mutilation with bloodshed.

The success of SAW has been a world-wide phenomenon and we have been always been keen on having International acts be a part of the soundtrack as well the movie. We were very excited about having mega rock band X Japan record the end title of SAW IV entitled “I.V.” and now on the SAW 3D Soundtrack, we have the Japanese power rock bands Dir en grey and Wagdug Futuristic Entity as well as the industrial band Boom Boom Satellites participate on the soundtrack. As this movie is universal so is the music that is on it which provides fans from all over the opportunity to be exposed to amazing bands from all over the world, especially Japan. — Jonathan Platt, SAW 3D Soundtrack Producer.

Soundtrack also includes tracks from-Saliva, Krokus, Hinder, My Darkest Day, Karnivool & Chester Beningon’s Dead By Sunrise.

Prepare for the exclusive Saw 3D soundtrack iTunes application to launch free of charge on October 26.

J-Rock live upcoming Los Angeles dates:

X JAPAN at The Wiltern on September 25th.

Boom Boom Satellites on October 25th at The Troubadour.

Saw 3D-Music Inspired by the film to street on October 26.

Full list of bands & tracks:

1. Saving Abel – Never (exclusive)
2. Dead By Sunrise (Chester Bennington) – Condemned
3. Hinder – Waking Up The Devil
4. Karnivool – Goliath
5. Nitzer Ebb – Promises
6. Kopek – Love Is Dead
7. Saliva – Badass (exclusive)
8. My Darkest Day – The World Belongs To me
9. Default – Turn It On
10.  I-Exist – Firefly
11. Boom Boom Satellites – What Goes Around Comes Around
12. Adelitas Way – Scream
13. Krokus – Hoodoo Woman
14. Lordi – This Is Heavy Metal
15. Wagdug Futuristic Unity – Ram The Crush
16. Dir en grey – Hageshisa to, Kono Mune no Naka de Karamitsuita Shakunetsu no Yami (exclusive)