This year, the Harmonix Web Team was honored with a Webby Award for TheBeatlesRockBand.com (Best Games-Related Website). This is pretty much the highest honor a web site can achieve, so we’re all incredibly excited to have won for the first time. The Community Team put together a little video of the web team so we could give you a sneak peek behind the scenes and thank everyone who voted for us in the Webby’s People’s Voice awards.
Some great new tracks came to the Rock Band Network this week, including tracks from the hit TV show LOST - "You All Everybody" and "Dharma Lady" - and tracks from a t o m, The Apples in Stereo, and Holy Grail. Coming to the RBN on PS3 next week are tracks from Steve Vai, All That Remains, and Jonathan Coulton.
Spoon makes their Rock Band debut with a four-pack and P.O.D. brings their hit single "Alive" to the Rock Band Music Store.
As a musician who loves video games, Jon Black is a natural fit for Rock Band. Learn about his upcoming music, his favorite games, his song in the RBN, and more!
In honor of the series finale of the hit ABC TV show LOST, we bring you two tracks from the show!
From punk to rock to classical to novelty, Harmonix and the Rock Band Network Community bring you their top song picks from the last two weeks.
Saddle up and hit the streets with this week’s podcast. We’ve got two new additions to our “So You Want to be a Game Developer” series with Audio QA Vocal Lead HMXPardo and Audio Manager Heather Wilson.
I’m extra excited for this week’s DLC – ten tracks from Pantera’s legendary album, The Great Southern Trendkill. This album came out in 1996, when grunge and rap-core were dominating the airwaves, and it was literally music to my ears. The Great Southern Trendkill has some of the fastest and heaviest songs with some of the most meaningful lyrics that symbolize some of the difficult times the band was going through.
Check out this week's new RBN tracks including more from Evile and Reverend Horton Heat, plus RBN debuts from Scale the Summit and CJ. Also this week are tracks new to the PS3 from KMFDM, The Stills, and more!
Harmonix Artist Mitch Fletcher knew he wanted to work on video games way back in seventh grade. After encountering concept art in a video game hint manual the very idea of working as an artist in games appealed to him