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MTV Games, Harmonix And EA Set To Melt Faces With Rock Band Metal Track Pack

August 13, 2009

 

MTV GAMES, HARMONIX AND EA SET TO MELT FACES WITH ROCK BAND METAL TRACK PACK OCTOBER 13, 2009

 

Big Fat Slabs of Metal Headed Your Way with All New Rock Band Tracks from Motörhead, Hawkwind, Nazareth, Blue yster Cult and More

 

Harmonix, the leading developer of music-based games, and MTV Games, a part of Viacom’s MTV Networks, (NYSE: VIA, VIA.B), along with distribution partner Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ: ERTS), today announced plans to release Rock Band(tm) Metal Track Pack, a thrashtastic standalone disc that will be available October 13, 2009 at retail stores nationwide for the Xbox 360(tm) video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, PLAYSTATION(tm)3 computer entertainment system, PlayStation(tm)2 computer entertainment system and Wii system from Nintendo. The suggested retail price for Rock Band Metal Track Pack is $29.99. 

 

Summoning power from the metal gods on high, the Rock Band team has assembled 20 on-disc tracks exploding with bone-crushing, ear-lashing, face-melting metal including anvil-heavy cuts from Godsmack, Children of Bodom, Evile, Judas Priest, Bullet For My Valentine and more! Six of the on disc tracks are brand new to the Rock Band platform and will be exclusive to the Rock Band Metal Track Pack disc for a limited time before joining the Rock Band(tm) Music Store as downloadable content.

 

Rock Band Metal Track Pack, like all Rock Band software, is compatible with all Rock Band instrument controllers, as well as most Guitar Hero(tm) and other third party music video game peripherals and microphones.

 

In addition, fans who buy the Rock Band Metal Track Pack for Xbox 360 or PLAYSTATION 3 system can play directly from the disc or download the songs onto their consoles’ hard drives through a free offer with Xbox LIVE(tm) online entertainment network or the PlayStation(tm)Network. Once downloaded, the songs will automatically appear in the player’s custom Rock Band library and can be integrated into setlists and played in all game modes. With more than 800 tracks available in the Rock Band music catalogue and regular releases of downloadable content every week, Rock Band Metal Track Pack is yet another way music-lovers can continue to expand and customize their music libraries.

 

Complete Track List:

 

 

Artist

Song Title

1.     

All That Remains

Two Weeks

2.     

At the Gates

Blinded By Fear

3.     

Black Tide

ShockWave

4.     

Blue yster Cult

Transmaniacon MC*

5.     

Bullet For My Valentine

Waking the Demon

6.     

Children of Bodom

Are You Dead Yet

7.     

Evile

Thrasher

8.     

Godsmack

I Stand Alone

9.     

The Haunted

D.O.A.

10.   

Hawkwind

Master Of The Universe*

11.   

I Mother Earth

Levitate*

12.   

In This Moment

Forever

13.   

Judas Priest

Screaming for Vengeance

14.   

Lacuna Coil

Closer

15.   

Lamb of God

Laid to Rest

16.   

Motörhead

Killed by Death*

17.   

Nazareth

Hair of the Dog*

18.   

Queens of the Stone Age

3’s & 7’s

19.   

Rage Against The Machine

Bulls On Parade*

20.   

Yngwie Malmsteen

Red Devil

 

* Denotes exclusive track

 

The Rock Band franchise is the ultimate platform for music fans and gamers to interact with music like never before. The game challenges players to put together a band and tour for fame and fortune – all while learning to master lead/bass guitar, drums and vocals. Featuring the most master recordings of any music game ever by the world’s biggest rock artists, the Rock Band music catalogue includes tracks that span every genre of rock, ranging from alternative and classic rock, to heavy metal and punk.


Rock Band
Metal Track Pack is rated “T” for Teen with a descriptor of Mild Lyrics by the ESRB. Rock Band and Rock Band 2 are currently available for Xbox 360,
PLAYSTATION 3 system, PlayStation 2 system and Wii.

 

For more information on Rock Band and Harmonix Music Systems please visit www.rockband.com and www.harmonixmusic.com.  

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