In the franchise's 20+ year history, Spawn has gained quite a lot of kickass music fitting for such a demonic franchise.
- Iced Earth's entire Concept Album qualifies.
- Spawn: In the Demon's Hand has a pretty rocking soundtrack too.
- The game opens with Rip it Up by rock artist CRANKSHAFT. The lyrics may reek of Narm Charm, but it gets you pumped up for some violent demonic action.
- The awesomness continues with the fittingly demonic character select theme.
- The stage themes aren't half bad either.
- And then we have Dress is Torn, also by CRANKSHAFT to serve as the credits song, late 90's/early 00's cheese rock at its finest.
- Say what you want about the film, but its soundtrack - a unique mix of rock/metal bands collaborating with electronic/techno acts - deserves some credit.
- No Remorse (I Wanna Die) by Slayer and Atari Teenage Riot is the most unhinged and frenetic track on the album, with Slayer's trademark brand of breakneck thrash mixing surprisingly well with Riot's furiously erratic digital hardcore.
- Marilyn Manson's "Long Hard Road Out of Hell" provides the perfect backdrop for Al Simmons's return from Hell from the film.