Source: Kotaku, reporting on comments made by former Skid Row lead singer Sebastian Bach to The Classic Metal Show. What we heard: Last week, publishing powerhouse Electronic Arts announced it had signed on Chronicles of Riddick: Return to Butcher Bay and The Darkness developer Starbreeze Studios to "reinvent one of its most acclaimed classic franchises" for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC. However, both the publisher and the Uppsala, Sweden-based developer were mum on which franchise, exactly, would be resuscitated. This week comes an apparent clue about a classic EA property being brought back to life--a property which might very well be the one Starbreeze is working on. After judiciously telling the host of The Classic Metal Show this week that "I'm on the biggest tour going out, but I'm not allowed to tell you what it is yet," Bach let slip that he has recently lent one of the songs from his latest album to an upcoming title. "Another clean vocal song is 'You Don't Understand,' which is the second song on the record, which I totally specifically went for the clean vocal sound, but it is a super heavy song," said Bach with customary aplomb. "That just got picked up for some video game--Road Rage, or Road Rash, or something like that." Bach would hardly be the first artist to inadvertently leak details of an impending project before a publisher had judge the time was right for an announcement. Most recently, Aerosmith fretter Joe Perry tipped Activision's hand on Guitar Hero: Aerosmith last September, with the game officially being announced two weeks ago. Activision may also have been trumped by British rockers the Answer, who sent out a press release earlier this month that the fourth official installment in the absurdly popular Guitar Hero series would fire up its tour bus in late 2008. The official story: EA had not responded to a request for comment as of press time. Bogus or not bogus?: Bach's comments, while semicoherent at best, seem to if nothing else have been made in good faith. Whether or not that translates to the first original Road Rash game from EA in nearly 10 years remains tenuous--but highly possible. Источник Надеюсь это не будет гламурным дерьмом как последние NFS`ы.