Devil May Cry 5 TGS 2018 trailer for Dante came with a new track for the group Subhuman. The track wasn’t well received by fans but also faced another issues as one of the members were facing serious legal issues. Capcom since has not used the track leaving us to wonder its fate.
Well today we learn that they redid the track. After all they have the group an licensing already worked out. But to avoid the issue they basically redid the song without that member . That member being Eddie Hermida the band singer. How will this work is something we need to see as the site didn’t have a sample for us to listen to. So we will find out what is up.
“Earlier this year, we debuted Dante’s new battle theme from Devil May Cry 5, “Subhuman”, performed by Cody Matthew Johnson feat. Suicide Silence. Shortly after the song’s reveal, we were made aware of unfortunate news and allegations about the track’s main vocalist Eddie Hermida. While the song was written and recorded in-game well before such allegations, we’d still like to ensure, to the best of our abilities, that your experience with the game ultimately goes unmarred. As such, our development team, producers, recording and mixing teams have worked hard to find and implement a new vocal track by Michael Barr.
It is worth noting that the hard work of the Suicide Silence band members, as well as song writers Cody Matthew Johnson & Mark Heylmun, remained intact, as they were not involved with the incidents. As you hear the new track in new promotional materials and in-game, please expect the instrumental parts to sound the same as before. In-game credits have also been updated to properly reflect the new recording.
We hope you continue to look forward to Devil May Cry 5 when it launches on March 8, 2019 on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.”
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