Harmonix Announce Some of the Rock Band 4 Soundtrack

by on July 13, 2015

If you know me, you’ll know I love my music – and of course, music games. Mad Catz and Harmonix have just announced some of Rock Band 4’s soundtrack, and I’m not going to waste your time blathering on about anything else, here’s that list:

  1. Aerosmith – “Toys in the Attic”
  2. The Cure – “Friday I’m In Love”
  3. Dream Theater – “Metropolis – Part 1 “The Miracle And The Sleeper””
  4. Foo Fighters – “The Feast and the Famine”
  5. Judas Priest – “Halls Of Valhalla”
  6. Live – “All Over You”
  7. The Outfield – “Your Love”
  8. Ozzy Osbourne – “Miracle Man”
  9. Paramore – “Still Into You”
  10. St. Vincent – “Birth In Reverse”
  11. Van Morrison – “Brown Eyed Girl”

A decent set of tracks, there, I’d say. The Cure and the Foos (although that’s one of the worst tracks from the Chasing Light, for my money) standing out, and Brown Eyed Girl is a classic, for sure.

Here’s a video, too:

These newly announced songs join an already impressive soundtrack line-up, including music by Avenged Sevenfold, Elvis Presley, Jack White, The Killers, Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars, Queens of the Stone Age, The Who, and more! A full list of songs announced for Rock Band 4 can be found here. Additionally, Rock Band 4 will be instantly compatible with more than 1500 tracks available for download on the Rock Band Music Store, as well as many tracks exported from previous Rock Band titles.

Winner of multiple awards and nominations at the 2015 Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), including “Best Music Game” from IGN and Game Informer, Rock Band 4 delivers the ecstatic rush of a live full-band game experience like never before. Rock Band 4 builds on the core gameplay people love, with brand new features, including game-changing Freestyle Guitar Solo gameplay that allows players to craft their own face-melting and truly original guitar solos.

Rock Band 4 is out this October 6th for PS4 and Xbox One, and I can’t fucking wait, as you’ll know if you read my extensive interview with Nick Chester from Harmonix. You can also read Dan’s hands-on thoughts, here.