8 March 2006 - From today the official Driver: Parallel Lines website at www.atari.com/driver plays host to a brand new interview with yet another artist who has contributed exclusive music to the soundtrack for Driver: Parallel Lines. Nick Zinner, guitarist with New York punk rockers Yeah Yeah Yeahs talks about the music that defined late 70's New York, and the track they recorded exclusively for the soundtrack to Driver: Parallel Lines.
In addition, two more trailers are now available to all visitors to the site: the first features the track 'Can't Get Enough' by East London 3-piece Infadels taken from their acclaimed debut album 'We Are Not The Infadels', while the second showcases the 2006 era of gameplay with a musical score written exclusively for the game by DJ Paul Oakenfold entitled 'Addicted to Speed'.
Other interviews and trailers revealed previously on the site include interviews with dance pioneer Arthur Baker, original New York punks Suicide, hip hop legend Grandmaster Flash, Public Enemy impresario Professor Griff, plus a host of trailers featuring both licensed and exclusive music from the soundtrack.
For more information about Driver: Parallel Lines and to sign up for exclusive content, visit www.atari.com/driver.