California-based rock group Incubus had been making music for nearly ten years before it hit the mainstream with their chart-topping third album, 1999’s Make Yourself. “Drive,” the third single from the record and the track that earned the band Billboard’s Modern Rock Single of the Year award, comes to the Rock Band Music Store on June 12th!
The addition of “Drive” grows the library of Incubus tracks playable in Rock Band, which includes “Adolescents,” “Dig,” and “Wish You Were Here,” all available now on the Rock Band Music Store.
Available on Xbox 360, Wii and PlayStation®3 system (June 12th, 2012):
• Incubus – “Drive”
(This track will be available in Europe on PlayStation®3 system June 13th)
$1.99 USD (160 Microsoft Points ™, 200 Wii Points™) per song
** Dates for Rock Band game tracks are tentative and subject to change. **
To discuss this DLC please visit the official discussion thread in the Rock Band forum.
For all DLC song credits, including album and genre info as well as difficulty ratings, you can check out the Songs page.
And for awesome background information on this content, including recording details, album of origin, and release details you can head on over to the Rock Band 'Zine for brand new articles!Don't panic. From HMXHenry via Twitter yesterday: "Preemptive level setting that won't be mentioned in the press release tomorrow: last min drama leaves us w/ 1 RB song to announce tomorrow. Just wanted to clarify it's not deliberate or a DLC trend. "Licensing is hard". We'll announce a few upcoming bands as a make good. Enjoy!"
So, just FYI - it's not intentionally one single this week, and this isn't setting a precedent.To answer a few questions:
Q. Why didn't we add the licensing hiccup info from HMXHenry's tweet to the OP?
A. Because HMXHenry is in LA and I am not as good at the forums as he is.
Q. Will we ever find out who the singles were that got pulled?
A. No. Everyone has it spot on. If they're never released, we can't risk hurting the relationship with artist(s)/label(s). And if they are released, well then you guys might hate them for this week. HOWEVER, we CAN tell you that they were NOT Incubus songs. So don't get mad at them. It wasn't supposed to be an Incubus 3-pack; it was three singles, including "Drive." Just wanted to make that clear.
Q. Don't you guys have backups for this kind of situation?
A. Yes. We do. But the issues that arose came up so late that it was too late to send our backups into the release cycle with Xbox, PSN, & Wii.
Do you adolescents dig the upcoming drive, or do you wish some of the early announced artists were here?New to RBN: 6/7/12
It’s a great week for metal fans on the Rock Band Network! Songs from Asking Alexandria and Spires come out today on Xbox 360, and two songs by All Shall Perish are coming to PS3 on Tuesday. Here’s the full list!
Xbox 360 RBN Releases for Thursday, 6/7/2012
- Asking Alexandria – “Dear Insanity” (160 MSP)
- Edenshade – “Another Purity Failing” (80 MSP)
- Coldera – “Melodicus Counterpointus (2x Bass Pedal)” (160 MSP)
- Spires – “The Infinite Descent” (80 MSP)
- Wolfcrusher – “Skeletonizer (2x Bass Pedal)” (80 MSP)
- Daryle Stephen Ackerman – “Sarah” (160 MSP)
- brentalfloss – “This is the Album You’ve Been Waiting For” (80 MSP)
- Jeremy Manjorin – “Skinny Seventeen” (80 MSP)
PS3 RBN Releases for Tuesday, 6/12/2012 (North America) and 6/13/2012 (Europe)
- All Shall Perish – “Stabbing to Purge Dissimulation” ($1.99) – Metal
- All Shall Perish – “Spineless” ($1.99) – Metal
- Rishloo – “Weevil Bride” ($0.99) – Prog
- Cold Steel – “Inside” ($1.99) – Rock
- Steve Fister – “Dodgin Bullets” ($1.99) – Blues