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Does Swedish power metal get you rocking? You’ll love the latest Rocksmith DLC as the Amaranthe Song Pack sees a trio of new songs drop.

It matters little as to whether you think of them as power metal, metalcore, heavy metal, or even as a hybrid of a number of genres, for today it is all about seeing the Swedish metal band Amaranthe rock up onto Rocksmith, with three of their most famous songs hitting the high notes and letting Rocksmith players get in on a new learning process.

Priced up at £6.69, the Amaranthe Song Pack for Rocksmith contains the following tracks…

  • The Nexus
  • Amaranthine
  • Drop Dead Cynical

Should you be a fan of the band then you’ll probably see The Nexus as the highlight of this pack, and so should you prefer to just jump into matters with an individual song will be pleasantly surprised to hear that each track is also available for just £2.49.

The base Rocksmith game will need to be in place should you wish to embark on a journey into Swedish heavy metal with Amaranthe, but it matters little whether that be the original Rocksmith 2014 Edition or the later Rocksmith Remastered. It doesn’t even matter which gaming format you prefer to enjoy rocking out on either, with Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS3 and PS4 players all covered. Obviously depending on your format of choice, the relevant store will need to be visited – we much prefer the brilliant Xbox Store for our download needs.

If you decide to pick up this latest Rocksmith content and feel that the Amaranthe Song Pack is one for you, let us know in the comments below. Similarly though, should one of the multitude of previous DLC packs be more to your liking, we’d still love to know.

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