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Harmonix adds DLC tracks from Alabama Shakes, Breaking Benjamin, Death From Above 1979, The Pretty Reckless to Rock Band 4
With Rock Band 4 now available in stores, Harmonix is pumping up the volume on a new set of downloadable content for the music franchise.
Beginning tomorrow, October 13, new songs from Alabama Shakes (“Don’t Wanna Fight”), Breaking Benjamin (“Failure”), Death From Above 1979 (“Trainwreck 1979”), and The Pretty Reckless (“Follow Me Down”) will be available to download through the PlayStation Store and the Xbox Marketplace for $1.99 apiece. Short snippets from each song can be previewed in the trailer embedded above.
Mad Catz also wants the world to know that pre-orders for the Rock Band 4 Pro-Cymbals Expansion Kit are now open. Expected to be available before the end of the year, the Pro-Cymbals Expansion Kit will add Crash, Ride, and Hi-Hat cymbals to the Wireless Drum Kit. After attaching the Pro-Cymbals Expansion Kit, players will be able to unlock Pro Mode in the game, which will enhance Rock Band 4’s “realism” and allow players to showcase their “unique flair.”