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Guitar Hero Live Adds 9 New Tracks Across 3 Different Genres

With its set-lists seeming to grow ever larger on a regular basis, Guitar Hero Live has today added a batch of nine new tracks for players to attempt to master. The new tunes cover three separate genres, and are grouped into Rock, Metal and Indie Pop hits.

The tracks come in packs of three songs, and are titled ‘Rock til you drop’, ‘Aaa Metal’ and ‘Indie Pop Hits’ respectively. The songs included in each pack are:

Rock Till You Drop!

Weezer – “Back To The Shack”

Joe Satriani – “Shockwave Supernova”

Nickelback – “Get ‘Em Up”

Aaa Metal

Marilyn Manson – “Deep Six

Bring Me The Horizon – “Down”

Pierce The Veil – “Bulls in The Bronx”

Indie Pop Hits

Little Daylight – “Mona Lisa”

Coin – “Run”

The Colourist – “We Won’t Go Home”

While many Guitar Hero Live fans have been calling for more Metal tunes to be added to the game’s existing line-up, there
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WWE 2K16 Soundtrack: 12 Songs That Will Feature

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WWE and 2K Games sent out a press release to announce the eleven songs that will make up the soundtrack for the WWE 2K16 video game that will be released this October. The soundtrack includes sons that cover multiple genre including alternative, hip-hop, classic rock, heavy metal, country and electronic dance.

The full WWE 2K16 soundtrack was revealed exclusively during Release on Beats 1 on Apple Music and is available now for streaming at http://apple.co/1DSFmcf.

The WWE 2K16 soundtrack is scheduled to include the following artists and songs:

Billy Idol – “Rebel Yell”

• Diplo (feat. Faustix & Imanos and Kai) – “Revolution”

• Fashawn (feat. Nas & Aloe Blacc) – “Something To Believe In”

Kid Ink – “Hello World”

Marilyn Manson – “Deep Six

• Mgk (feat. Victoria Monet) – “A Little More”

• Run-dmc – “It’s Tricky”

Skid Row – “Youth Gone Wild

Twenty One Pilots – “Heavydirtysoul”

• Yelawolf – “Till It’s Gone” [Dan Heath Remix]

Zac Brown Band (feat. Chris Cornell
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