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Buried amid rapid gunfire, grenade explosions and other sound effects of modern video game warfare, a new Eminem track has arrived.
The aptly titled “Survival,” a new song off of the rapper’s forthcoming eighth studio album, accompanies the trailer for the latest edition of the first-person shooter franchise title, Call of Duty: Ghosts. The song will also be featured in the game, which is set to hit store shelves on Nov. 5.
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The untitled album will be Eminem’s first since Recovery, which sold 741,000 copies in its debut week in June of 2010, according to Billboard.
Activision’s Call of Duty series has routinely enlisted well-known names to debut trailers for its titles. Jimmy Kimmel and Kobe Bryant waded into a gunfight for a Black Ops trailer, while Guy Ritchie and Robert Downey Jr. teamed for a spot for Black Ops II.
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