Harmonix announce 11 more tracks for Rock Band 4.
If I’m honest, I have a bit of grudge against Rock Band 4. Last month at E3 I enjoyed playing a few tracks at the Harmonix booth, which was situated in the glorious sunshine on a concourse that ran between the two main halls. I was out of practice but still had a great time. It felt good to throttle a plastic axe again.
Unfortunately, being a pasty little Brit, these few songs were long enough to ensure I caught the sun and spent the next few days shedding skin around the Los Angeles Convention Center like a decaying zombie.
Hopefully I’ll get over my funk, as the game’s line-up is improving by the month.
Harmonix have today announced that Toys in the Attic by legendary rockers Aerosmith and the Foo Fighters’ The Feast and the Famine have been added to Rock band 4’s roster, along with other tracks by The Cure, Dream Theater, Ozzy Osbourne and St. Vincent.
The newly announced songs join an already impressive list that includes Avenged Sevenfold, Elvis Presley, Jack White, The Killers, Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars, Queens of the Stone Age and The Who.
And don’t forget, Rock Band 4 will be also be compatible with over 1500 tracks available on the Rock Band Music Store, as well as many tracks exported from previous Rock Band titles. A nice middle-finger to the reborn Guitar Hero.
The full list of the just-announced Rock Band 4 tracks:
- Aerosmith – “Toys in the Attic”
- The Cure – “Friday I’m In Love”
- Dream Theater – “Metropolis – Part 1 “The Miracle And The Sleeper””
- Foo Fighters – “The Feast and the Famine”
- Judas Priest – “Halls Of Valhalla”
- Live – “All Over You”
- The Outfield – “Your Love”
- Ozzy Osbourne – “Miracle Man”
- Paramore – “Still Into You”
- St. Vincent – “Birth In Reverse”
- Van Morrison – “Brown Eyed Girl”
The full list set list for the game can be found here. Rock Band 4 will be released on October 6, 2015 for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
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