*NSYNC, BSB, 98 Degrees Members Form Boy Band Supergroup For 'Dead 7' Soundtrack Song

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Joey Fatone as Whiskey Joe in 'Dead 7.'  

Somewhere your 14 year-old self is melting down into a puddle on the floor of your childhood bedroom. Why? Because members of *NSYNC, the Backstreet Boys, 98 Degrees and O-Town have banded together to record a song called "In The End" for the soundtrack to the long-promised TV zombie western "Dead 7."

The supergroup features *NSYNC's Joey Fatone and Chris Kirkpatrick, BSB members Howie Dorough, A.J. McLean and Nick Carter, 98 Degrees' Jeff Timmons and O-Town's Erik-Michael Estrada.

The whisper-smooth ballad has all the crazy harmony you'd expect from this killer's row of boy band survivors, along with some gold-dusted lyrics and spooky whistling. "Lights are on, up in smoke/Never felt so damn alone/No one's left to take me home, take me home," the boys-to-men sing. "In the end, don't want to see you fall apart/Don’t want to hear your broken heart/Don't look back, nothing's gonna save us in the end."

The post-apocalyptic zombie special from the makers of "Sharknado" is an original SyFy movie written by Carter, and co-starring his wife, Lauren and lead zombie Apocalypta (MADtv's Debra Wilson). It is slated to debut on Friday (April 1) and features the crooners taking on the undead in an old west town.