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[ June 10th 2003 ]

U.S. band Korn have recorded a brand new track for the forthcoming Paramount Pictures action adventure sequel Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle Of Life starring Oscar winner Angelina Jolie as British aristocrat Lara Croft. The new track, titled "Did My Time" will be used in a scene in the movie, but won't appear on the motion picture soundtrack album. Radio stations will begin broadcasting "Did My Time" across the airwaves June 23, ahead of the official Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle Of Life launch on July 25th.

Korn was formed in 1993 when Sex Art's Jonathan Davis joined forces with LAPD, made of Munky, Fieldy, David, and Brian. The band is working on the follow-up to last year's Untouchables and will include "Did My Time" on their new album. Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle Of Life pits adventurer Lara Croft against new villain Reiss as the pair globetrot the world in search of a mystical orb called The Cradle Of Life. The movie also welcomes the return of Red Dwarf star Chris Barrie as Lara's fussing butler Hillary.

The original Tomb Raider motion picture remains the highest ever grossing picture for a female driven lead and Paramount Pictures look set to continue the trend strengthened by market dominant commercial partners including Jeep Chrysler and Ericsson. Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle Of Life is based on Eidos Interactive's best selling videogame Tomb Raider, developed by Core Design. The cross-platform blockbuster has sold in access of 30 million units and remains one of the most potent videogame franchises to date.

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