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New Metal Tracks Available On The Rock Band Network This Week

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As the end of the week swiftly approaches the average metal head may find himself wondering what's going to jam out to this weekend. Look no further intrepid masher of plastic guitar buttons, for the Rock Band Network has new metal tracks available. This week the Xbox 360 is actually lagging behind the PS3 in terms of metal, with new songs from Evile and Asking Alexendria. On August 10th the PS3 will see new releases from The Project Hate, Arsis, Dance Gavin Dance, and Steve Vai. The complete list of new songs added to the Rock Band Network, including the non-metal tracks, is as follows:

Hugh Cornwell - "Wrong Side of the Tracks"
We the Kings - "Anna Maria (All We Need)"
We the Kings - "Rain Falls Down"
We the Kings - "Spin"
We the Kings - "What You Do To Me"
We the Kings - "Summer Love"
Evile - "Genocide"
Loren Dircks - "I Hope You're Happy"
Lightwires - "Magician"
Robotmakers - "Building a Robot"
Sleater-Kinney - "Entertain"
Asking Alexandria - "Hey There Mr. Brooks"
Band of Horses - "The Great Salt Lake"

New to PlayStation 3 on August 10:

The Project Hate MCMXCIX - "Descend Into the Eternal Pits of Possession"
Arsis - "We Are The Nightmare"
Dance Gavin Dance - "Tree Village"
Steve Vai - "The Crying Machine (Live)"
Furly - "Icarus' Song"

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1. brandedcfh420 writes:

Band Of Horses!!

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2. Derp writes:

Ugh, Asking Alexandria. I have to play one of their songs at a show tomorrow(Long story), and I really need some help. I also have to play A7X! I already feel my jeans getting tighter...

Wish me luck... But hey, nice to see Evile on there.

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