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Imagine Dragons to Perform New Song at 'Transformers 4' World Premiere in Hong Kong

May 13, 2014 (8:43 am) GMT
The film's director Michael Bay announces that the Las Vegas band will perform the song titled 'Battle Cry' at the screening in Hong Kong on June 19.

has recorded a new song for "" and they will perform it during the movie's upcoming world premiere in Hong Kong on June 19. The news was announced on Monday, May 12 by director Michael Bay.

According to a statement posted on his website, the song is called "Battle Cry" and it will be used in "critical points in the film." "The band contributed original music during the scoring process by recording cues with Jablonsky, the film's composer, and Hans Zimmer, who assisted in the process," the statement adds.

"We're incredibly lucky that Dan, Wayne, Ben and Daniel were available to work with us," Bay has said of working with the Dan Reynolds-fronted band. "I remember being drawn to the emotion of 'Demons' and 'Radioactive' the first time I heard those songs, and I knew I wanted that same energy and heart for this movie. They've created a really epic, otherworldly sound for 'Battle Cry'."

The announcement of Imagine Dragons' involvement was made shortly after the band's members appeared in a "Transformers 4" promo clip airing during Monday's "". The teaser offered never-before-seen footage of Autobot Hound and Grimlock in the streets of China as well as a snippet of "Battle Cry".

"Transformers: Age of Extinction" stars , and among others. The action flick is scheduled to open in U.S. theaters on June 27.



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