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More Metal Songs Available On Rock Band Network This Week

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The weekend has officially hit again, and Rock Band is ready to jam out when you are. This week's metal additions to the Xbox 360 version of the Rock Band Network are a little sparse, with new songs from In This Moment and Firewind. The Wii edition is playing metal catch-up, with songs from Five Finger Death Punch and Between the Buried and Me showing up on September 14th. The complete list of new songs added to the Rock Band Network, including all the non-metal songs, is as follows:

New to RBN on Xbox 360 in the past week:

Rhune Kincaid - "iPhone"
The New Pornographers - "Your Hands (Together)"
Brownies - "Fool"
Hilit Rosental and Corbomite Games - "The Pizza Morgana Song"
Sophie B. Hawkins - "Beautiful Girl"
Teenage Bottlerocket - "Skate or Die"
Kirby Krackle - "Ring Capacity"
Blackberry River Band - "I've Got a Feeling"
The Knew - "United"
The Fury - "Picture Perfect"
Kramus - "Down Below"
In This Moment - "The Gun Show"
Modern Skirts - "Bridges and Overpasses"
22-20s - "Latest Heartbreak"
Firewind - "World on Fire"
Terrorhorse - "Modern Mathematics"

New to RBN on PlayStation 3 on September 14:

Asking Alexandria - "The Final Episode (Let's Change the Channel)"
Bang Camaro - "Nightlife Commando"
Bang Camaro - "Swallow the Razor"
Jonathan Coulton - "Shop Vac"
Quartered - "Africa"

New to RBN on Wii on September 14:

Five Finger Death Punch - "Hard to See"
Bang Camaro - "Bang Camaro"
Sunny Day Real Estate - "Seven"
Every Avenue - "Where Were You?"
Let's Get It - "Do Not Disturb (Tell Me How Bad)"
Blackmarket - "Tongue Twister Typo"
A Day to Remember - "I'm Made of Wax, Larry, What Are You Made Of?"
Seether - "Remedy"
Mayday Parade - "When I Get Home You're So Dead"
Between the Buried and Me - "Mordecai"

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