Where's the live stream at?
The Cure 
My Chem. 
Omg they just played raining blood by slayer.
The Cure 
My Chem. 
Here, but be aware it's almost done.
Edit: I see you found it already. And yep, that's next week's DLC. Sadly sounds barren of keyboards, but oh well. I still need to try out the Evanescence pack.
It's all right. Everything will work out fine.
It's all right. We're going to the end of the line!
Acording to this video by Destructiod: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uD6Hv...86FUAAAAAAAMAA
The song Bang Camaro by Bang Camaro. Is this the RBN DLC version or is this a hint to a RB3 version? (I know it will 99% be the DLC version. But, I just gotta make sure.)
Also. *mumble mumble* stupid righteous Destructoid ******* fans. :P
DLC Wish: More Emperor  Daft Punk  Violent Soho  Madonna  Billy Ray Cyrus  Mercyful Fate  Deadmau5  Asian Kung-Fu Generation  Death 
In this topic, we learn that LL won't like this game. I'm a little surprised he hasn't started complaining about the animation itself yet...
Anyway, this looks pretty fun! I was a little disappointed at first, but the 25 new Rock Band songs itself will make it well worth it. Then, after seeing plenty of footage from it, it actually looks fairly entertaining. It certainly won't replace my Rock Band experience in any way, but it may supplement it a little bit.
Also, to the people that have been complaining about getting only 3 songs a week lately: Yeah, they've been working on 25 songs in secret, AND a whole new game. The sky wasn't falling. We may see the amount of DLC pick up a bit after this gets released. Maybe some 4 song weeks, and a handful of even bigger packs. That would be pretty sweet!
The 25 song argument isn't that compelling. Or the 'whole game' one, since this isn't a whole game. It's largely a shell and an algorithm. Yes, work was put into it, but nothing on the scale of a disc title. Also, 25 songs injected into the last while of DLC wouldn't change much.
They have lower output than before predominantly because less people are working on the series and 3 songs is a sweet-spot between maximizing how long you can spread $X of licensed content over and what sees fairly consistent sales(paradox of choice and maybes made nos because 'what if something better comes out next week'). They can't put out 10 songs a week if all of Harmonix isn't working on Rock Band like they were in 2009, and they don't WANT to put out 10 songs a week if people are less likely to spring on 'maybe' songs because of an overload of content.
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