Australian band All Mankind will be in the soundtrack for EA Games FIFA 12, one of the
biggest selling game series of all time.
Sales of FIFA 12 are expected to exceed 7 million worldwide, with previous FIFA games having sold a combined total of 100 million copies. The band’s track “Break The Spell” has received spins on Australia’s national commercial
broadcasters, including Triple M, 2Day, ABC and Nova. The track has also received strong
radio play across the USA, UK, Europe and South America.
All Mankind’s lead singer Rich Beeston says â€œWe were very excited to find out that â€œBreak The
Spellâ€ was going to be included in FIFA 12. We’re all FIFA fans, and are looking forward to
playing Australia to victory when the game comes out in September.” Previous FIFA soundtracks have included music from acts including Muse, Kings of Leon, Kasabian, Editors, Bloc Party, Oasis, Fatboy Slim, Blur, Robbie Williams, Duffy, Moby, and Gorillaz.
The announcement was made on the official EA Games website, Facebook, and Twitter pages
over the weekend, resulting in thousands of hits to All Mankind’s youtube, Facebook, and
website from across the globe.
FIFA 12 is due to be released on the 27th September 2011 (U.S.), and 30th September 2011 (Europe).
All Mankind’s upcoming album ‘Simple Desire’ will be released in the UK & Europe by SO Recordings/PIAS on 26th September 2011.