Trivium frontman Matt Heafy reveals his favorite video games of all time on Twitch. Matt Heafy just joined the Metal: Hellsinger video game soundtrack with doom-style metal and rock music.
All-stars from the band joined to perform their original tracks performed by the band from the ‘Metal: Hellsinger‘ video game. Prior to the performance, Matt Heafy also discusses the ‘Metal: Hellsinger’ video game music soundtrack “This Devastation” and also about the Trivium frontman’s most cherished video games of all time.
“Metal: Hellsinger” video game soundtrack list:
- Tatiana Shmayluk of Jinjer – Burial at night
- Bjorn Strid of Soilwork – Dissolution
- Matt Heafy of Trivium – This Devestation
- Mikael Stanne of Dark Tranquillity – Through you, this is the end, blood and law
- Serj Tankian of System of a Down – No Tomorrow
- Dennis Lyxen of Refused and Invsn – Silent No More
- Randy Blythe of Lamb of God – Acheron
- Alissa White-Gluz of Arch Enemy – Stygia
- James Dorton of Black Crown Initiate & Replacire – Poetry of Cinder
What are Matt Heafy’s Twitch subscribers and how much is the income?
Based on his Twitch chatbot, under the nickname of MatthewKheafy has around 3,200 subscribers.
So, he’s expected to earn the base monthly amount of at minimum $8,000 USD. This does not include any additional earnings coming from tiered subscriptions, tips, Twitch cheer bits and advertising, sales of merchandise and sponsorships, team pay, as well as his music career.
During Gamescom 2022, Matt Heafy shares his thoughts about video games, “Metal: Hellsinger” video game, and streaming on Twitch:
“We were always a Nintendo family. Beat Mario 1 first… Mario 1, 2, 3… but Super Nintendo and N64 were my big eras. Super Mario World was huge, I loved Donkey Kong. I remember when Donkey Kong Country had the making-of VHS we taped it off TV and I’d watch it all the time, I was so into the making-of.
Mario 64 is one of the greatest games of all time, Goldeneye is arguably one of the FPS’ of all time. I was the jerk who’d always pick Oddjob.”
“The soundtrack is 90 minutes of Brazilian music – pagode, samba, bossa nova. I wrote a song where I’m singing in Portuguese. I gave them one metal song… they said ‘no metal’… it sounds exactly like Sepultura and it’s freaking awesome. The rest is chill, lo-fi Brazilian music.”
Matt Heafy reveals his inspiration for the video games:
“It was so inspirational that I actually hit them up and said, ‘I know the game is done, I know the soundtrack is done, but I wanna re-record the screaming because I can do them better now.’ They’re like, ‘No, they’re ready great.’ But I did it, sent it over in one take and they were like, ‘Okay, we’ll mix this in.’”
He also talked with PCGamesN about games:
“Since I was nine years old I have been saying I would love to do Doom someday. We will have to see, but hopefully they see this and go ‘let’s get this guy in.’”
You can watch Matt Heafy‘s interview with Loudwire!
Also, the “Metal: Hellsinger” video game will be out on September 15th, 2022 and you can download the Metal: Hellsinger demo or pre-order the game here.