Daughtry has just released "Drown In You" that will appear on the Batman: Arkham City" video game soundtrack October 4th.
The video game will be released on October 18th and if you buy the collector's edition of the video game, you will get a download code for the entire video game soundtrack.
Here is "Drown In You" courtesy of our friends at E! Online:
The soundtrack track list is below:
1. Panic! At The Disco - Mercenary
2. Coheed and Cambria - Deranged
3. The Duke Spirit - Creature
4. Black Rebel Motorcycle Club - Shadow On The Run
5. Blaqk Audio - Afterdark
6. The Raveonettes - Oh, Stranger
7. (Crosses) - The Years
8. The Damned Things - Trophy Widow
9. Daughtry - Drown In You
10. The Boxer Rebellion - Losing You
11. Serj Tankian - Total Paranoia
So far, I do like the Daughtry song. What do you think?-DocFB
Diagnosis: The Joker Would Be Proud
OK, is one of them following my twitter tweets?
2 days ago, I joked how easily the "Growing Pains" theme can get stuck in your head. To prove it to people, all I twittered was "Show me that smile again.." and people were telling me it was stuck in their head all day.
Perhaps Chris Daughtry or Dane Cook saw it and it got stuck in their heads as well? Coincidence? I think not.
BTW, we have been leaving stuff like that and a few other exclusive news tidbits sometimes not meant for this site on our twitter page, which we have made new and improved.
You can follow me on TWITTER for all the latest cool stuff and other things.-Dr.FB
Top four performed rock songs last night with the help of Slash, and tonight we find out who will go home. It's just a matter of sitting back and waiting an hour to find out, but really, do we need a whole hour? Apparently, according to the Idol producers, we do. Although, tonight, I may agree. No Doubt and Chris Daughtry will be performing tonight. That is a lineup I can get behind. Breaking again from tradition, the group performance is also featuring the mentor from last night, Slash. The guy has not lost a thing in his playing. In my eyes, Slash revolutionized the guitar solo, and tonight, he showed us how.