This week’s episode is full of awesomeness!
Another three-pack from Disturbed comes to Rock Band plus pairs of tracks from Silversun Pickups and The Mother Hips, and a single from Trust Company.
Harmonix co-founders Alex Rigopulos and Eran Egozy were honored by USA Network in the 2010 Character Approved Awards, which aim to honor the real characters who are changing the face of American culture.
In honor of last weekend’s Heartagram Day (what, you thought it was called something else?), we’ve got a three pack from Finnish group HIM and a bunch of singles from a diverse group of artists.
Harmonix Chief Operations Officer Mike Dornbrook generously gave us an exciting tour of his office over Central Square and talked about the video games he worked on during his amazing career.
Warning, the first three rows will be in the splatter area – we’re making a mess! Well, an auditory mess – our extended DLC roundtable this week features singing!
It’s hard to believe that Otis Redding died at 26 years old. That means that by the time he was two years younger than me, he’d already written some of the most loved soul songs of all time.
Harmonix Lead Character Artist Matt Gilpin shows us his classic-looking Rock Band stickers, his minicomic and other personal art, and talks to us about his path to becoming a Harmonix artist.
Watch the live webcast of Ringo Starr receiving his star from the Hollywood Walk of Fame! (Tune in today, February 8th, starting at 9:30pm EST.)
Has it really been twenty years already? Megadeth's Rust In Peace comes to Rock Band.