If you think of yourself as something of a rock superstar but just can’t bear to keep away from the gaming scene, then the delights of Rock Band 4 will most certainly be something you are interested in. The latest, and possibly last, of the Rock Band series, this is a game that allows budding musicians the chance to grab a few mates, get a band together and jam out as one, taking in some of the very best tunes from the music industry in the process. Keeping things fresh is the name of the game though and once more we are seeing a couple of new content additions hitting the Rock Band 4 library.
Available right now for band members partaking in Rock Band 4 on Xbox One or PS4 to purchase, download and enjoy are two new tunes from a couple of quality bands. With a super cheap £1.59 price tag attached – although for a limited time you’ll be able to grab these for £1.19 – the following two tunes are now taking pride of place in the Rock Band library…
- Three Lives – Octavision
- My Demons – Starset
My Demons was the debut single from Columbus, Ohio’s finest rockers Starset, releasing back in 2013 to rather decent acclaim. With the official video for the song having now amassed more than 10 million views since launching on Youtube in 2014, chances are you will know the tune well, and if you don’t, then you can always console yourself with a party casino bonus code. Without a shadow of doubt though, it’s most definitely one of those tunes that will ear-worm it’s way into your head.
On the other hand, you may well prefer the delights of Octavision and their ‘Three Lives’ anthem. It’s not a short tune – coming in at nearly 10 minutes in length – but if you like a bit of Progressive Rock, or are a die-hard fan of what Octavision creates then this will be the one for you.
As always, if you’re one of those who like to show your musical skills on Xbox One, then the Xbox Store will be able to give you access to these tunes. Those jamming on the other side of the gaming globe – that of PlayStation 4 – will need to pay a little visit to the PlayStation Store. You will of course need a copy of the base game to hand, and it’ll probably be best if you can coerce your mates in to a purchase too, but should those things be in place then the latest content that has become available for Rock Band 4 will more than deliver the goods.
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