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This is the last week of RBN releases on PS3, so we’re going out with a bang! Jerry Lee Lewis’s classic “Great Balls of Fire” comes out Tuesday on PS3, along with four other frequently requested songs. Additionally, this release includes 5 (2x Bass Pedal) songs from artists such as A Day to Remember and August Burns Red for the enjoyment of expert drummers. That’s ten tracks total for PS3 players!
This Thursday, look for new Freen in Green and Rainbowdragoneyes on Xbox 360. PS3 players, this all-metal week includes finger-breaking songs by Psychostick, I See Stars, and more!
“Widower” by The Dillinger Escape Plan comes out today on Xbox 360, along with songs by ten other artists! PS3 players, look for more Dir En Grey and the PS3 debut of Vegan Black Metal Chef on Tuesday.
The Rock Band Network celebrates three years and over 2,000 songs in 28 genres and 6 languages!
14 fantastic new songs come out on Xbox 360 today, including new Van Friscia, Cynic, and Chad Smith’s Bombastic Meatbats! PS3 players can look forward Tuesday to more from The Minotaur Project and the PS3 debut of Jason Charles Miller.
It feels like Halloween in February because “Hordes of Zombies” and “10,000 Headless Horses” both come out today on Xbox 360! (The zombies are slower, but the horses can’t figure out where you are, so it’s even money on what’s scarier.) On PS3, look Tuesday for five new songs including music from Emmure and Richard Campbell!
Three new songs come out today on the RBN for Xbox 360, including the second RBN release by Sonic Boom Six. On PS3, keep an eye out Tuesday for five songs including “Dozing Green” by Dir En Grey!
“Bottle Rocket” by Brian Kahanek comes out on Xbox 360 today, along with an RB3 version of “Welcome to Our Town” by Stagehands and more Spanish rock from Lucybell! PS3 players, look out Tuesday for a dark, semi-appropriate set of Valentine’s Day songs including “Naughty Naughty” by John Parr and “A Single Drop of Red (The Gentleman)” by Anarchy Club.