Three new hits from the San Fransisco-based band, who has almost 20 top-tens to boast about are heading to Rock Band 3 on February 28th in the US, and in Europe a day later.
Harmonix claims its inclusion of Rick Astley's "Never Gonna Give You Up" in the next round of Rock Band Network track offerings is done in the name of love. After all, the four new songs are available
If you're familiar with Stephen Colbert and his seemingly right-wing antics, you know he set up a Political Action Committee fund for former GOP nominee Hermain Cain when the former couldn't drop his name from the ballot
Next week's batch of downloadable songs for Harmonix's Rock Band hold special places in my heart. I remember a friend in high school who refused to listen to Tears for Fears because his parents told him the
The California rock band from the 60s and 70s has three more hits coming to the Rock Band music store on Tuesday, January 24th: "Susie Q" from their 1968 self-titled album (a cover/remake of Dale Hawkins' original),
Looks like Viacom got more than it bargained for when it bought Harmonix in 2006. The media conglomerate sold its stake in the Rock Band-maker for $50 back in 2010, but not before getting slapped with a
I'm willing to wager there are handfuls of former scene kids now in their late 20s and early 30s who'll scoff at the newest Rock Band downloadable offerings and mutter, "Psh. I knew about those guys before
After last week's selections from Queen, Rock Band has managed to follow up with one of the few bands that can compare to the rock gods; Rush. Rush's 3 song track pack is joined by single
After last week's DLC featuring a certain Canadian rock band that it seems plenty of people enjoy, this week's DLC seems to step up the technicality, not to mention the DLC Contrast, with a Roadrunner Records track
Please excuse the sterotypical Yee Haw in the title, I so rarely get to say that. In case you couldnt tell, after last week's nu-metal selection of DLC for Rock Band, this week promises music that
The Halloween-themed releases continue over at Harmonix's Rock Band Music Store. Starting Oct. 25, Rob Zombie's "Living Dead Girl," White Zombie's "Thunder Kiss '65" and "Super-Charger Heaven" and The Darkness' "I Believe in a Thing Called Love"
This week's downloadable content for the various Rock Band games is pretty great. Sure there are three Blink 182 songs, covering Enema of the State, Take off Your Pants and Jacket and their newest album, Neighborhoods.
Ubisoft's Rocksmith has been met with strange gazes from across the gaming world, and an almost universal shrug was given at the initial announcement of the game. Going against the giant that is Rock Band is foolish,