A week left until it premieres in international territories, the marketing drive for Michael Bay's third and final Tranformers flick, Transformers: Dark of the Moon, has reached hyped up proportions and reminding us that the end of the trilogy is at hand. From the release of Hasbro's toy merchandise to the gossip and news from media outlets that Megan Fox was fired by Bay because of Steven Spielberg, there's little reason not to be informed or aware that the robots in disguise are returning to the big screen in a few days, and it'll be available in both conventional theaters and 3D.
As per custom for the TF movies, the official soundtrack has been released well before the movie comes to theaters. Headlining the album again is American rock band sensation Linkin Park, who return with a ballad song called "Iridescent", a song "which speaks about hope amidst chaos and sadness" according to the official Wiki. Unlike "What I've Done" and "New Divide", this song feels more appropriate to the "serious theme" the third TF movie is conveying to audiences (chaos and hope), and I find it more catchy as I listen to it more and more. You can check out the music video below, which has its share of scenes and stills from the upcoming movie, as well as Linkin Park dressed in fashionable attire, mirroring what they're trying to project with their new song.
For extras, here's a behind the scenes look at the creation of the Music Video:
Transformers: Dark of the Moon invades theaters internationally on June 29, and on the US July 1st.