The Wii Goes Metal With Songs Added To The Rock Band Network
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Well, this is a first: the cute little console with the wiimotes is getting more metal than the rest of the pack, with the Xbox 360 seeing absolutely no new metal tracks on the Rock Band Network this week. Starting October 26th, the PS3 gets a track from Graveyard BBQ, while the Wii gets some love from In This Moment, Clutch, Demon Hunter, and Testament. The newly added Xbox 360 tracks this week (all non-metal) are as follows:
Cosmic Tribe – "All I Want"
Hugh Cornwell – "Philip K. Ridiculous"
Since October – "The Way You Move"
Those Among Us – "I Thought I Knew You"
Kingsize – "Miss America"
Scotty Don't – "Refugee"
Shylo Elliott – "Drum Exercises for the Sufficiently Masochistic"
Fake Problems – "Soulless"
Added to the PlayStation 3 on October 26th:
The Main Drag – "How We'd Look On Paper"
Lead the Dead – "Rip'er"
Warpath – "Life Unworthy of Life"
Jonathan Coulton – "Chiron Beta Prime"
Graveyard BBQ – "Cheat on the Church"
Added to the Wii on October 26th:
of Montreal – "Heimdalsgate Like a Promethean Curse"
In This Moment – "Mechanical Love"
Clutch – "The Mob Goes Wild"
Demon Hunter – "Collapsing"
Bif Naked – "Sick"
The Shins – "So Says I"
Testament – "Henchmen Ride"
Band of Horses – "The Funeral"
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