Dust off those putrid plastic instruments: Rock Band is back. We're not referring to a sequel, of course – not yet, anyway – but brand new DLC for the series, which brings an end to an incredible 21 month hiatus. Harmonix famously stopped supporting Rock Band 3 and Rock Band Blitz almost two years ago, but, like a rockstar that's run out of money, the developer has brought the title out of retirement.
The trio of new tracks – 'R U Mine?' by the academically unfortunate Arctic Monkeys, 'Shepherd of Fire' by the tone deaf Avenged Sevenfold, and 'Something from Nothing' by the, well, Foo Fighters – are due out on 13th January for $1.99 in North America, and 21st January for £0.99 in Europe. It's not entirely clear whether this is just a one-off thing, but we'll find out for sure soon enough.
Ehh, nothing good this week. Let's see what next week brings us.
Oh dear god, please let these music games just die already.
Finally I can get the band back together!
This is shocking news considering a lot of songs being pulled down. Well hope this means some news about a future rock band.
Super excited. I really want imagine dragons to come to rock band. We just played this last week. I hope that if a new one comes out for ps4 that they find a way to transfer songs/instruments.
Great! FF concert schedule http://rocktotick.com/foo-fighters-tour-dates-concert-tickets-2015/
some day X Ambassadors will deserve to be in Rock Band too
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