Mutant Football League out today on XBOX One/Playstation 4, includes music from: Seaway, Belmont, Ambleside, & Vacant Home!
The bloody-fun, next-gen, successor to arcade-style American football games— inspired by over-the-top sports titles such as NFL Blitz and the Sega Genesis classic, Mutant League Football — is now available for Xbox One and PlayStation 4, with soundtrack contributions coming from indie label Mutant League Records artists: Seaway, Belmont, Ambleside, & Vacant Home.
“Ever since our label started putting out albums under the moniker ‘Mutant League Records’ in 2012, people have asked me if our name was an homage to the video games from the ’90s. So we’ve always been very aware of the cult following that surrounds the series,” said Nate Steinheimer, owner of Mutant League Records. “But after learning of the push to make Mutant Football League, we felt inclined to reach out to the developers to see if there was anything we could do to help — and the rest is history.”
About the game:
Inspired by over-the-top sports titles such as NFL Blitz and the Sega Genesis classic, Mutant Football League game is a 7-on-7, arcade-style, fully 3D, sports video game where a variety of gruesome creatures take to the gridiron to battle it out in the most violent game ever played! Loaded with attitude and over-the-top comic violence, this hilarious and brutal parody of professional American football provides addictive mayhem and will introduce gamers to some of the wildest, most bloodthirsty superstar players to ever strap on shoulder spikes.
About Mutant League Records:
Mutant League Records is an American independent record label based in Chicago. Established in 2012, Mutant League has released albums for seminal pop-punk groups such as The Movielife, Seaway, and Allister, among others.