Just like the Daredevil soundtrack before it, the Punisher soundtrack is featured on Wind-Up Records (label of annoying crooners Creed) and features plenty of mellowdramatic modern rock ready for radio music that supposedly fits the tone of the film. The Punisher soundtrack is better than the Daredevil soundtrack, but that's hardly saying much. You'd figure a soundtrack to Marvel Comics' hardest, most brutal vigilante would feature some equally brutal and heavy music, but that is not the case here. Instead we are given Nickelback, Trapt, Puddle of Mudd, Finger Eleven, and Seether; most of which sound like the exact same song. There are a few standouts though. Queens of the Stone Age's cover of "Never Say Never" is a great cover, along with tracks from Hatebreed, and surprisingly solid tracks from Chevelle and the all new Drowning Pool. All in all, newer fans of the Punisher who dug the film will probably check this out, but for long time fans this may be better left on the shelf.