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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.

Available to purchase and download into your Rock Band 4 song library right now are tunes from All That Remains, Suicide Silence and the Local Natives, with each of the following tracks available to grab individually…

If you’re looking to get the band back together or are in dire need of a new song or three to hammer out, then this latest round of Rock Band 4 content will most certainly provide the goods, allowing those who frequent a variety of genres to be shown some real love.

No matter whether you’re a fan of the indie scene and what Local Natives create, prefer something a little bit more hardcore from the stunning All That Remains, or just wish to feel your eardrums begin to bleed thanks to the deathcore madness of Suicide Silence and “Wake Up”, Rock Band 4 caters. Each of the songs comes in at £1.59 with the exception to the Local Natives track which will set you back just £1.29.

As always, the Xbox Store will sort out the Xbox One band mates, while those preferring to hammer out the tunes on PS4 will find that the PlayStation Store should be the next port of call. If none of this latest tracks to hit Rock Band 4 on Xbox One or PS4 fulfil your needs then make sure you check out the huge array of other songs that have arrived as content additions over the weeks and months.

Let us know what you decide to pick up. The comments section is down below while the usual social media channels are always available.

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