Rockstar has revealed that the GTAIV: The Lost and Damned soundtrack will include a mixture of rock and metal songs to complement the story and a lot of new hip-hop to serve fans of The Beat 102.7, the original game's most popular radio station.

MTV reports that Lost and Damned, where you play biker Johnny Klebitz, promises a new death-metal show DJed by Max Cavalera on the Liberty City Hardcore station, while Liberty Rock and Radio Broker both include new tunes as well.

The new additions will be also weighted to play first so that they don't blend into the background of the game's already-extensive soundtrack, the site adds.

On hip-hop station The Beat, meanwhile, there are two new shows. The first is fronted by DJ Funkmaster Flex, who plays a Busta Rhymes song ("The Conglomerate") and interviews the man himself, while the other is DJed by Statik Selektah and consists of songs recorded or mixed for GTA by the likes of Freeway.

Look out for our review of GTA IV: The Lost and Damned early next week, with multiplayer hands-on going up in the meantime. The Xbox 360-only premium DLC pack is due out on 17th February for 1600 Microsoft Points (GBP 13.60 / EUR 19.20).

Check out our most recent Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost and Damned hands-on preview for an overview.

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