In celebration of the indie rock band Silversun Pickups upcoming 3rd album, Neck of the Woods, set for release on May 8th, the band released the first single off of their new album.
Entitled “Bloody Mary (Nerve Endings)”, the song definitely captivates and reels you in with its ominous and somewhat modern-Coldplay-ish sounding tune, which leads into a cascade of awesomeness from then on in.
Fans can subscribe to the band via Youtube, but true fans of the group can wait till May 8th to get their hands on the full fledged album.
Here’s the single, I’d suggest giving it a listen.
Hey everyone, I know I have been missing in action for a while, but in a week I will be back with a dual review featuring fellow GTAGamers blogger David (vexingviper) on the upcoming Asking Alexandria concert.
OMG I can’t wait for it!
Playing at this concert are Asking Alexandria, I See Stars, Motionless In White, Trivium, and The Amity Affliction.
This review might also feature some video footage including another friend, Autumn, whose currently not a writer for the blog. It should be an exciting concert/review and I hope you guys are looking forward to it. See you, or rather hear from you again.
Two singles from a famous 80s aussie band are coming to Rock Band, and if you haven’t heard of them, then you’ve probably had your head in a ditch for too long.
The Men at Work, or so they say, are bringing their most popular single, “Down Under”, off their 1981 album Business as Usual, which became a staple in the U.S., hitting the top of the charts during the year of its release. As well, you can pick up another successful single, “Overkill” from their 1983 album, Cargo. Both songs cost 160 microsoft points.
And if aussie, punk, pop-ish sounding music just doesn’t cut it, Santana has returned with his catchy hooks and sweet latin jive with a popular radio-hit performed with Matchbox Twenty lead singer Rob Thomas. You can pick up “Smooth” for 160 microsoft points.
- Men at Work – “Down Under”
- Men at Work – “Overkill”
- Santana – “Smooth”
In Rock Band Network news now, a number of different artists return to the store to share their hits, including A Day to Remember, Bluefusion, and Rainbowdragoneyes.
- We Are The Storm – “Galileo” (80 MSP)
- Bluefusion – “Force” (80 MSP)
- Strikken – “The Final Act” (80 MSP)
- Rainbowdragoneyes – “Creatures ov Deception (RB3 2x Bass Pedal version)” (80 MSP)
- Rainbowdragoneyes – “Creatures ov Deception (RB3 version)” (80 MSP)
- A Day to Remember – “The Plot to Bomb the Panhandle” (160 MSP)
- RIBS – “Brains Out” (80 MSP)
Keep out, there are "Men at Work" here.
This week in Rock Band downloads news:
Canadian alternative-rock band Three Days Grace (ugh…) make their Rock Band debut with a three-song track pack. Individual songs cost 160MB.
- Three Days Grace – “I Hate Everything About You”
- Three Days Grace – “The Good Life”
- Three Days Grace – “Pain”
In Rock Band Network news, we were graced with more than 20 new songs added to the Rock Band Network store, including one stand-out song that is so special for having the most epic, complicated song title. You can’t miss it.
- Giraffes? Giraffes! – “I am S/H(im)e[r] as You am S/H(im)e[r] as You are Me and We am I and I are All Our Together” (80 MSP)
- Mind the Gap – “Twitter Twatter” (80 MSP)
- A Lie to Live By – “We Actually Do This Thing Where We Drop the First String” (80 MSP)
- Alestorm – “Back Through Time” (160 MSP)
- Anarchy Club – “Rise and Shine” (80 MSP)
- Brutal Assault – “No War” (160 MSP)
- Claire St. Link – “The Panic Range” (80 MSP)
- Devin Townsend – “Color Your World” (160 MSP)
- Devin Townsend – “Color Your World (2x Bass Pedal)” (160 MSP)
- Devin Townsend – “The Greys” (160 MSP)
- Engel – “Sense the Fire” (160 MSP)
- Forbidden – “Omega Wave (2x Bass Pedal)” (160 MSP)
- Gnostic – “Visceral” (160 MSP)
- Gnostic – “Visceral (2x Bass Pedal)” (160 MSP)
- Lucy Seven – “Liberation” (160 MSP)
- Strikken – “Forever in Lies” (80 MSP)
- The Faceless – “XenoChrist (2x Bass Pedal)” (160 MSP)
- Dance for the Dying – “Kitty Fight Song” (80 MSP)
- Left Spine Down – “Welcome to the Future” (80 MSP)
- Rachel Lynn Sebastian and DJ Jounce – “I Gotchu Babe” (160 MSP)
- Roman Klun – “Stairs on the Hill” (160 MSP)
- Rosemary’s Garden – “The Jack” (160 MSP)