Fed up with the world and wish you could head back a few decades to the 1970s? Well you can with the latest Song Pack for Rocksmith as once more the powers that be take us back in time for the Rocksmith 70s Mix Song Pack VI.
There is absolutely no debating the brilliance of Nikki Sixx. But while the most famous moments of Sixx' musical career have revolved around Mötley Crüe's tunes, it is the smaller side project that is today appearing on Rocksmith. Yep, that's right, Sixx:A.M. are here and providing a brand new song pack to the fastest guitar tutor in the West.
Since the turn of the year the Rocksmith library has expanded in more ways than one. With a bit of country kicking things off, the iconic John Mellencamp providing further tunes, and Green Day celebrating their awesome latest longplayer with the inclusion of 'Father of All...' for Rocksmith players, it's been a great few months. Today though the quality continues to drop, with a triple offering of tunes coming from Melissa Etheridge.
With one of our most favourite weeks of Rocksmith content having just gone by with the arrival of the brilliant Riot Grrrl Song Pack, all eyes now turn to a new week's worth of content and this time around we see Sevendust join the Rocksmith ranks.
Back in the early 1990s, just as the Seattle music scene was exploding into life, one group of bands combined feminist outlooks with politics and punk rock - the Riot Grrrl groups. Today the likes of L7 and Babes in Toyland come to Rocksmith on Xbox and PlayStation with the Rocksmith Riot Grrrl Song Pack.
It may not have been until 1994 when Green Day managed to really hit the big time, pushing forward to fully embrace the new wave punk scene that was fast gathering pace, but it was only a few years prior to that which saw the band drop their very first LP - 39/Smooth - in early 1990. Some 30 years later and the band are quite possibly the biggest name in the punk rock scene, and with the 13th studio album just recently releasing we see the band once more come to Rocksmith with a brand new set of tracks in the Green Day Song Pack IV.
He's one of the most instantly recognisable musicians of our time, an icon in his field, and with a huge back catalogue of tunes in his library it was only a matter of time before we found Little Stevie Wonder hitting the Rocksmith charts.
It's been a while since we've seen the glam rockers of Great White coming to the fore in the music industry, but today it is them who are found hitting Rocksmith with a new Song Pack. And if you don't fancy taking a bite out of this one, we don't know what will appeal.
They've been sitting pretty as one of the opening acts on massive world tours by Taylor Swift, The Killers, and even Rihanna, but today we see HAIM hit the big time, with a Song Pack bringing together some of their most well-known tunes into the Rocksmith world.