New Metal Tracks Available On The Rock Band Network This Week
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It's almost the weekend again, and that means new additions to the Rock Band Network to get your head banging before that terrible Monday rolls around. The most notable metal additions to this week's lineup are Meshuggah, Demon Hunter, and Wargasm. The complete list of new songs, including the non-metal tracks, is as follows:
The Apples in Stereo - "Dream About the Future"
Zoo Seven - "Painted"
Meshuggah - "Bleed"
Steel Train - "Turnpike Ghost"
XTT - "Cookie Monster"
Kiev - "Crooked Strings"
Rebelution - "Bright Side of Life"
Demon Hunter - "The World is a Thorn"
Made Avail - "Bury You Slowly"
The New Pornographers - "Crash Years"
Todd Thibaud - "Three Words"
RX Bandits - "Bled To Be Free (The Operation)"
The Raspberry Ants - "Janie"
Free Electric State - "Six Is One"
Jonathan Coulton - "Mandelbrot Set"
SexTon - "A Better Forever"
SOil - "The Lesser Man"
Wargasm - "Engine"
Spiral Trance - "The Me You See"
Charmaine - "Run"
New to RBN on PS3, June 29th:
All That Remains - "Undone"
The Word Alive - "Battle Royale"
Stroke 9 - "Kick Some Ass '09"
Silverstein - "American Dream"
Bif Naked - "Sick"
Over the past few weeks there have also been several notable Century Media metal bands adding tracks to the Rock Band Network. As a quick recap, the recent additions were:
3 Inches Of Blood - "Battles And Brotherhood"
Behemoth - "Conquer All"
Despised Icon - "Day Of Mourning"
God Forbid - "Empire Of The Gun"
In This Moment - "Forever" and "Mechanical Love"
Iwrestledabearonce - "Tastes Like Kevin Bacon"
Lacuna Coil - "Closer," "Swamped," "Our Truth," and "Survive"
Opiate For The Masses - "Burn You Down"
Suicide Silence - "Disengage"
Winds Of Plague - "Approach The Podium"
Check back again next Friday for the latest metal tracks added to the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions of Rock Band.
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