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Lions Gate Films and Marvel Enterprises, the two companies responsible for the upcoming film The Punisher, have chosen Wind-up Records to produce and release the accompanying soundtrack.

Wind-Up Records is no stranger to the world of Marvel Comics, having released the soundtrack to last year's hit film Daredevil.

Like the Daredevil soundtrack, The Punisher soundtrack will be largely comprised of hard rock and heavy metal acts. In fact, the first single to be released from the soundtrack will be "Step Up" by Dallas-based metal group Drowning Pool.

Steven Lerner, President of Wind-up Entertainment, commented on the soundtrack by saying, "Following our success with Avi Arad and Marvel in releasing the Daredevil soundtrack, we are thrilled to be working with them once again alongside Jonathan Hensleigh, Gale Anne Hurd and Lions Gate Entertainment on The Punisher album. Lions Gates' commitment to the film and their unique marketing initiatives make them a perfect partner for Wind-up."

The Punisher soundtrack will be released on March 23rd, 2004, a few weeks prior to the film's nationwide theatrical opening on Friday April 16th.

"Step Up," Drowning Pool

"Bleed," Puddle Of Mudd

"Slow Motion," Nickelback

"Never Say Never," Queens Of The Stone Age

"Broken," Seether featuring Amy Lee

"Finding Myself," Smile Empty Soul

"Lost in a Portrait," Trapt

"Still Running," Chevelle

"Ashes to Ashes," Damageplan featuring Jerry Cantrell

"Sold Me," Seether

"Eyes Wired Shut," Edgewater

"Slow Chemical," Finger Eleven

"The End Has Come," Ben Moody

"Piece by Piece," Strata

"Bound to Violence," Hatebreed

"Sick," Seven Wiser

"Complicated," Submersed

"Time for People," Atomship

"In Time," Mark Collie


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