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In hindsight, it’s easy to see Rock Band 4 as the encore for the series - one last song before the franchise left the stadium. But rather than being the belter, the anthem that got everyone singing, it was like finishing with an album track. Sure, it was good to see the band coming back onto the stage, but, well, we were hoping for something a little more memorable.
Looking for some new additions in terms of the songs found in Rock Band 4? Additions that will ensure you're able to get the band back together for some hardcore jamming sessions? Today we see Fake Problems and A Day to Remember musical melodies arrive in the library.
The start of any new year is an exciting time for many, especially those gamers looking for new content, and it is no different with the arrival of 2020. Thankfully though, as te new year kicks in, those found frequenting the musical melodies of Rock Band 4 now have more reason to drop back in and get the band back together with the arrival of two new tracks - with Green Day and Weezer providing the goods.
There is no debate that Rock is alive and well, but in amongst the classics are a number of bands attempting to break into the industry, getting their name out there and starting to appeal to a range of music lover. And that is where the latest DLC for Rock Band 4 comes from, as the team at Harmonix pick three cracking new tunes from the latest Apple Music The New Rock list.
Should you be in short supply of songs, Harmonix have you covered with loads of Rock Band 4 DLC ready to purchase, including the two latest additions to arrive from Asking Alexandria. Want to know what tracks they are?
The Rock Band 4 digital library is one that continues to grow and evolve by the week, with new downloadable content pieces arriving to constantly fill gamers rocking needs. The latest content drop to hit Rock Band 4 on both Xbox One and PlayStation 4 comes about via the likes of Bishop Briggs, Illenium and Jon Bellion.
Each and every week, Harmonix ensure they deliver a selection of DLC tracks to add to your ever-growing playlist in Rock Band 4. The latest batch of tracks are here and they’re looking to give us a double dose of heavy metal from Five Finger Death Punch.
The hotly anticipated new album from British power metal band DragonForce is fast approaching and before we know it we'll be able to listen in to the wonders of Extreme Power Metal. But if you're a Rock Band 4 player, then the opportunity to grab your mates and head into the world of extreme metal comes early, with DragonForce's latest single - Highway to Oblivion - headlining the latest batch of Rock Band 4 DLC.
Rock Band fans are no stranger to downloadable content additions hitting the latest edition of their game, and this week is no different with a couple more tunes added to the library... from a duo of returning artists.
This week sees another trio of tunes released for us to get our hands on, with 3 Inches of Blood and The World Alive featuring to ensure there’s more of a focus on the metal genre. But don’t worry if you prefer something a little softer, as The Head and the Heart have a track out too.
He's only been frequenting the music scene for the last few years, but after going viral back in 2017, and then signing to Atlantic Records, has found the fame and fortune he was always after. Now though Oliver Tree is hitting the real big time, moving into the gaming space and seeing one of his biggest hits arrive in Rock Band 4.
If you're a fan of All That Remains, and enjoy the metal madness that the Massachusetts band create, then you'll already know all about the multiple song entries that the band have had added to both Rock Band 4 and Rocksmith over the months. Well, there's even better news as the latest tunes to hit Rock Band 4 once again see the band front and centre, as they are joined by a couple of others who are delivering a variety of musical melodies.
It's fast becoming the norm to see a triple set of new tunes hit the Rock Band 4 library, and a week after seeing the likes of All That Remains, Of Monsters and Men and Between the Buried and Me provide new tests of skills, once more a trio of songs emerge - this time with the awesome Blink-182 headlining.
Each and every week, Rock Band 4 developers Harmonix release even more tracks to bolster their ever-growing DLC library. There are three new songs this week to rock out to, so All That Remains is to find out exactly which ones you can now get your hands on.
We've seen a whole host of new content arrive into the Rock Band library over the weeks and months, pushing forward numerous opportunities for band members to get back together for a bit of a session. This week is no different, except for the fact that the usual double act of tunes that arrive has been increased to a trio of tracks, with songs from All That Remains, Stroke 9, and The Revivalists contributing some of their back catalogue.
It's a big old week for Rock Band 4 players as not only do we see the arrival of Season 12 of the Spotlight scheme, but a couple of new tunes also arrive in the library, courtesy of the Jonas Brothers and Panic at the Disco.
Another week passes and yet more DLC drops onto the Rock Band 4 library. This time round we see a couple of tunes arrive, with one each coming from Chiodos and Amberian Dawn.
Ready to get your fingers bleeding? Unearth and After the Burial have dropped a couple of new tunes on to Rock Band 4 - and you can be sure these will give you a bit of a test!
The last set of new tunes to hit Rock Band 4 on Xbox One and PS4 covered a variety of bases, giving fans of a number of genres the chance to find reason once more to drag the band back together. But that was then, and this is now, and the latest double pack of tunes to hit the game bring good old American rock to the masses.
There's a real mix of tunes hitting the Rock Band 4 airwaves this week, with a trio of songs coming about via the heavy metal, deathcore and indie genres, to ensure that there is quite possibly something for everyone.
By now you should all know it’s that time of the week where we have a gander at the new additions to the Rock Band 4 library in the hopes that even more of our favourite tracks will be playable. Developers Harmonix have decided to include DLC tracks from Breaking Benjamin and Suicide Silence this week, but will you be checking either of them out?
We're used to a wide variety of musical tastes being catered for through the Rock Band 4 library, but I'm not sure we've ever had a week in which two new additions are quite so diverse. That's what we have here though as Dimmu Borgir and The Strumbellas move themselves onto Rock Band 4.
Each and every week Rock Band 4 band members get access to new tunes, giving reason to getting the band back together in order to blast out some tunes. This week is no different, as a trio of tunes deliver all manner of musical melodies.
As regular as clockwork, Harmonix have delivered their weekly additions to the Rock Band 4 library to ensure you’ve got more fresh tunes to purchase for your next session. So, who wants to jam to these new DLC tracks from A Day to Remember and Catfish and the Bottlemen?