This looks like the most metal game show ever! Hellevator is the new horror-themed game show from the creators of Paranormal Activity airing on the Game Show Network on Wednesdays at 8PM ET and the program has just released an electrifying trailer featuring Lamb of God's "512." Check out all the gruesome clips in the video above.

Interspersed in the trailer is Lamb of God performing the song "512," which is, simply put, an eerie song. Fitting the theme of the show, it features the lines "my hands are painted red" with Randy Blythe's demonic bellows cut with clips of contestants running around in a terrified state. How metal is that?

Hellevator sees three contestants team up and enter an elevator with each exiting on a different floor. The contestant must survive a series of challenges and make their way back to the elevator ... if they can even make it back! If one is unable to get back to the elevator, the team must continue without them.

Each floor is littered with horrifying obstacles as contestants will face their worst fears, scrambling to win money. As seen in the trailer, the floors contain gory skeletons hanging from the ceilings, a number of horrific figures in fiendish outfits jumping out from behind walls, sometimes chasing the contestants. Oh and there's blood. Lots and lots of blood.

Earlier in the week, Lamb of God were featured in a Halloween parody video. The fun clip teaches you how to carve a pumpkin, replacing lyrics from "Redneck" and "Now You've Got Something to Die For."

So, do you want to be a contestant on "Hellevator?"

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