I remember seeing the End of Days movie the weekend it opened over 3 years ago and was really disappointed. When I heard that a new Guns N Roses song would be on the soundtrack I quickly snatched this up, even though it also has Limp Bizkit, Korn, Creed, and Eminem. For one thing, the new G'N'R song is half decent, I mean it could have been worse. Dave Navarro of Jane's Addiction guest starts on guitar on the track, but his talent was wasted, but it was a good song nonetheless. Korn's "Camel Song" sounds like a leftover from "Follow the Leader", while "Crushed" is real real bad even for a Limp Bizkit song. While I don't listen to Everlast at all, his "So Long" track is pretty good and can be eerie at times. Rob Zombie, Powerman 5000, and Prodigy add one more mark on the board of how many soundtracks can we appear on, while everything else but Professional Murder Music's "Slow" and the surprise appearence of Sonic Youth is all filler material. In my opinion this soundtrack could have been done a lot better. Instead of Limp Bizkit, Korn, Creed, Eminem, Prodigy, Stroke, and PM5K, I would have had bands like Slayer, Sepultura, Marilyn Manson, Tool, or Machine Head on here; I mean the movie was about Satan right? The soundtrack should have matched that kind of intensity instead of having all the trendy nu-metal filler on it, although this was released at the nu-metal's height, so it is kind of understandable. All in all its a mixed bag.