This was an exciting year for Rock Band, with game launches, huge DLC packs, big interviews, a new RockBand.com, and more.
The holidays are upon us. It’s a festive time of year, so we decided to bring you all a festive podcast full of jocular good cheer and some spoofs, and maybe, if you’ve been really nice this year, a couple of goofs.
Known as The Man in Black, Johnny Cash’s career spanned half a century over an array of musical genres. Next week he will make his long-anticipated debut on the Rock Band platform when eight of his most loved songs will be available for download and play in Rock Band 3. Plus nine free tracks from previous Rock Band titles!
We have over two dozen new songs in the Rock Band Network on Xbox 360, including tracks from Blanks., Miss May I, and American Idol winner Lee DeWyze, plus new tracks for PS3 and Wii.
We’re happy to confirm the news today that the sale of the Harmonix Music Systems, Inc. by parent company Viacom is complete. We’re excited to be returning to our roots as an independent and privately owned studio.
A four-pack of Paul McCartney songs come to Rock Band plus singles from Inhabited and Siouxsie and The Banshees.
We have a variety of recommendations for you from around the Rock Band Network, featuring tracks from Kittie and Evanescence, Comeback Kid and Judy Buendía y Los Impostores, as well as your first chance to sing the vuvuzela part in a Rock Band song.
We’ve got tons of fun discussion this week with our friend, the mega talented Emeen Zarookian, from our Audio Department. We also shoot the breeze about Billy Joel and other upcoming DLC, as well as some comprehensive foreign language exercises.
Next week Rock Band 3 brings you a group of international hits from across Europe. Bands from France, Germany, Italy, and more are represented in this week's DLC. We're also bringing you "Happy Xmas (War Is Over)" from John Lennon, Yoko Ono, and The Plastic Ono Band just in time for Christmas!
This was a massive week for the Rock Band Network with new tracks from Nonpoint, Evanescence, Kataklysm, and more coming to Xbox 360, with songs from Stan Bush and All That Remains coming to PlayStation 3, and a double dose of Wii RBN tracks.