The thrash kings of Megadeth were on location in San Pedro, California, earlier this month to shoot a video for their new song, "Crush 'Em," which appears on the upcoming soundtrack to "Universal Soldier: The Return."As we previously reported, both the movie and the video star kickboxing thespian Jean Claude Van Damme and World Championship Wrestling pro Bill Goldberg, whose previous acting credits include a turn on TV's "The Love Boat: The Next Wave" (see [article id="1432013"]"Megadeth Teaming With Van Damme, Goldberg For 'Universal Soldier' Video"[/article]). According to Megadeth frontman (and NHL hockey fan) Dave Mustaine, the band wrote the disco-flavored "Crush 'Em" to be its official sports and wrestling anthem, in a manner of speaking. [article id="1447979"]"We're going into an arena we've never been in before,"[/article] Mustaine told MTV News, [article id="1447979"]"and we've kept our integrity, because it's still Megadeth.
You can tell that. And it's still me singing. You can tell that."[/article][article id="1447979"]"I think the best part about it is, it's a good ass-whuppin' song,"[/article] he continued. [article id="1447979"]"It's the kind of song I would imagine wanting to hear while I was beating somebody senseless." [RealVideo][/article] The "Universal Solder" soundtrack, which also features new cuts from the Flys and Static-X, among others, is in stores July 13. The movie opens in theaters Labor Day weekend.