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More heavy metal is coming to the Rock Band 4 Music Store. Harmonix has announced that new songs from Five Finger Death Punch (“Got Your Six”), Motorhead (“Thunder & Lightning”), and Royal Blood (“Figure It Out”) are now available to download for the PS4 and Xbox One.
The developer is also offering a quick primer, and the preview video embedded above, for fans who might be unfamiliar with these three bands:
Heavy metal band Five Finger Death Punch joins the Rock Band Music Library with the title track from their latest album Got Your Six. The legendary Motorhead returns to Rock Band DLC this week with “Thunder & Lightning.” We’re honored to add a track from the last album recorded by the band with band founder and metal legend Lemmy Kilmister. Finally, British rockers Royal Blood come to Rock Band for the first time with “Figure It Out” from their self-titled debut album.
All three songs are now available to download from the Rock Band 4 Music Store for $1.99 apiece.
I won’t be able to hear Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky” ever again without first thinking of Stephen Colbert and his celebrity-packed dance party set to the song. And can you blame me? When you watch Jeff Bridges boogie down the stairs, or Henry Kissinger get testy in his office, or Bryan Cranston put on a disco roller skating showcase, it tends to stick with you. So that’s why I’m thrilled that Harmonix has added “Get Lucky” to the Rock Band 4 Music Store this week… though sadly it won’t include any celebrity cameos.
Two additional songs are available to download today: Kelly Clarkson’s “Heartbeat Song” and Outkast’s “Hey Ya!” All three tracks can be purchased for $1.99 apiece.
Harmonix also revealed ten artists who will contribute songs to the Rock Band 4 Music Store in February including Bruno Mars, Five Finger Death Punch, Generation X, J. Geils Band, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, Masaya Matsuura, Motorhead, Orleans, Royal Blood, and Zac Brown Band.
A video preview of today’s new songs has been embedded above.
Harmonix adds more grunge to Rock Band 4 Music Store with new songs from Temple of the Dog, Soundgarden, Stone Temple Pilots
Head back to the 90s with a trio of grunge classics… now available to download through the Rock Band 4 Music Store for $1.99 apiece.
Temple of the Dog, the grunge supergroup featuring members of Pearl Jam and Soundgarden, kick things off with their 1991 anthem, “Hunger Strike.” Speaking of Soundgarden, Harmonix also tapped Chris Cornell’s former band for a new track this week with “My Wave” from 1994’s Superunknown. Finally this week, Scott Weiland and the rest of Stone Temple Pilots will rock out to “Wicked Garden,” which still found success on the radio dial even though it was never officially released as a single.
A new trailer previewing all three songs has been embedded above.
The men and women of Harmonix must really love Disturbed. The Chicago-based metal band will be the featured act in a downloadable content pack for Rock Band for the fourth time. The Disturbed Pack 04, the first for the band since the release of Rock Band 4, is available to download now.
Priced at $5.49, Disturbed Pack 04 will include a pair of tracks from the band’s most recent album (“The Vengeful One” and “Immortalized”), as well as the song “Warrior” from the 2010 album Asylum. All three songs can also be purchased individually for $1.99 apiece.
You can get a preview of all three songs from Disturbed Pack 04 in the trailer embedded above.
Chart-topping songs from Coldplay, Justin Bieber, One Direction, and more are now available from Rock Band 4’s Music Store
Harmonix has decided to spin a few more chart-topping songs onto Rock Band 4‘s Music Store as players of the reborn rhythm franchise can download new songs from Coldplay, Justin Bieber, One Direction, and other popular acts beginning today. The following songs are now available to purchase for usual price of $1.99 apiece (and you can get a preview of each track in the trailer embedded above)…
- Coldplay – “Adventure of a Lifetime”
- Ellie Goulding – “On My Mind”
- Justin Bieber – “What Do You Mean?”
- One Direction – “Drag Me Down”
- Sam Hunt – “Leave The Night On”
- Weezer – “Thank God for Girls”
If you haven’t picked up the new-gen game yet, Harmonix is also trying to spread the word about a major Rock Band 4 sale going on this week at GameStop. The Game-Only package has been slashed to a more wallet-friendly $39.99 on the PS4 and $59.99 on the Xbox One for the next seven days. Both instrument bundles have also been heavily discounted as the Band-In-A-Box Bundle is currently priced at $199.99, while the Guitar Bundle is just $79.99.
Harmonix hopes you’ll “Desire” the U2 Essentials 01 Pack… which is available through the Rock Band 4 Music Store beginning today
Harmonix is taking a trip “Where the Streets Have No Name” today to give players a chance to purchase an eight-pack of U2 songs in Rock Band 4.
The U2 Essentials 01 Pack starts with 1983’s “Sunday Bloody Sunday” before taking a career-spanning journey through many of U2’s biggest hits including 1984’s “Pride (In The Name Of Love),” 1987’s “Where The Streets Have No Name,” 1988’s “Desire,” 1992’s “One,” and 2004’s “Vertigo.” The pack closes out with two songs from last year’s Songs of Innocence: “California (There Is No End To Love),” and “The Miracle (Of Joey Ramone).”
Players will be able to purchase the complete U2 Essentials 01 Pack for $13.49, with individual songs priced at $1.99 apiece. A video preview of all eight songs has been embedded above.
Harmonix adds new songs from The Weeknd, Elle King, Fall Out Boy, more to Rock Band 4 Music Store today
Harmonix is bringing more of 2015’s most popular musicians to Rock Band 4 with another “Off the Charts” song pack. Elle King, Fall Out Boy, Shawn Mendes, Walk The Moon, and The Weeknd will all appear in the Off the Charts 02 Pack, and you can preview each song in the trailer embedded above. And speaking of songs, here’s a list of exactly what the Off the Charts 02 Pack will contain:
- Elle King – “Ex’s & Oh’s”
- Fall Out Boy – “Irresistible”
- Shawn Mendes – “Stitches”
- Walk The Moon – “Different Colors”
- The Weeknd – “Can’t Feel My Face”
The Off the Charts 02 Pack has been priced at $8.49, a 15% discount versus buying each song individually for $1.99 apiece.
Harmonix adds three “intense” metal tunes to Rock Band 4 Music Store in today’s DLC Update; Brutal Mode added in a free update
Harmonix is getting loud in this week’s Rock Band 4 DLC Update as they’ve added new music from a trio of progressive metal bands to the Music Store. Priced at $1.99 apiece, Between the Buried and Me’s “The Coma Machine,” Opeth’s “Heir Apparent,” and Symphony X’s “Nevermore” can be downloaded now.
The hits keep on coming as the developer also added a brand new gameplay mode to Rock Band 4 today in a special free update. Brutal Mode will “put even the most hardcore players’ skills to the test” as it modifies the note highway to react to how well you’re playing. As your playing improves, Brutal Mode will push the target line further up the note highway until most of it is hidden. Players who complete this ridiculous challenge, which you can see in the trailer embedded above, will earn the coveted Crimson Star.
A preview trailer for this week’s new tracks can be found after the break. (more…)