Rock Band Network Adds New Metal Tracks To Xbox 360, PS3, And Wii
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Sorry Xbox 360 rockers, but not every week can be a winner, and it seems like we're hitting a little dead spot for new metal tracks on the Rock Band Network. The only song that comes close to deserving the title this week is from electronic rock/metal act Rivethead. The PS3 will get another Exodus track on the 21st, and the Wii edition continues to play catch up with Five Finger Death Punch and Amberian Dawn. The complete list of Xbox 360 tracks added to the Rock Band network this week, including the non-metal songs, is as follows:
Stagehands - "Welcome to Our Town"
Mike Orlando - "Burn"
The Gracious Few - "Appetite"
Breathe Carolina - "Hello Fascination"
Terror - "Stick Tight"
Justin Joseph Edwards - "I Want You To See"
Rivethead - "Difference"
The Riptides - "Dial M for Murder"
Freen in Green - "Erratic Eruption"
Pink Flag - "Dirty Hair Party"
Audible Mainframe - "Radioland"
The Get Up Kids - "The One You Want"
New to RBN on PlayStation 3 on September 21:
Terrorhorse - "Packet Flier"
Maylene & The Sons of Disaster - "Step Up (I'm On It)"
The Summer Set - "Chelsea"
Exodus - "Riot Act"
The New Pornographers - "Crash Years"
New to RBN on Wii on September 21:
Bang Camaro - "Push Push (Lady Lightning)"
Five Finger Death Punch - "Burn It Down"
Sense Fail - "Lady in a Blue Dress"
Attack Attack! - "Stick Stickly"
Flight of the Conchords - "Business Time"
Amberian Dawn - "He Sleeps in a Grove"
The Hold Steady - "Sequestered in Memphis"
Dear and the Headlights - "Talk About"
All That Remains - "Days Without"
the Apples in Stereo - "Energy"
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