Tracks From Paramore And Darkest Hour Storm Guitar Hero Music Library
Three new downloadable Track Packs are available for Guitar Hero: Warriors Of Rock and the Guitar Hero music library.
Posted on Apr 14, 2011 12:07 pm
It is slowly getting warmer outside, but living room rock stars will be heating things up quickly this April with the announcement of three new downloadable Track Packs for Activision Publishing, Inc.'s (Nasdaq: ATVI) Guitar Hero: Warriors Of Rock and the Guitar Hero music library.
Available now and featuring music from artists such as Grammy Award nominees Paramore, alternative rock staples Middle Class Rut and Madina Lake, and melodic death metal legends Darkest Hour, these new downloadable offerings are sure to satisfy fans' musical appetites.
Guitar Hero veterans and three-time Grammy Award-nominated pop punk rockers Paramore join alternative rock band Madina Lake in their downloadable content debut with the four-song Emo Edge Track Pack. "Ignorance," the first single off of Paramore's 2009 record Brand New Eyes and "That's What You Get" the second single from the band's sophomore album Riot! coupled with "Hey Superstar" from Madina Lake's second EP The Dresden Codex and "Across 5 Oceans" from their upcoming record World War III, round out the offering.
Hailing from Sacramento, California and having taken the stage with some of the biggest acts in the world, alternative rock band Middle Class Rut make their Guitar Hero debut today with the Middle Class Rut Track Pack. Featuring their breakout single "New Low," "Sad To Know" and "Lifelong Dayshift" from their 2010 album No Name No Color, Middle Class Rut make a great addition to the Guitar Hero music library.
Epic melodic death metal legends Darkest Hour return to Guitar Hero with searing vocals, fast riffing guitar lines and intense double-bass drum beats in a three-song track pack. The Darkest Hour Track Pack features singles "Savor The Kill" and "Beyond The Life You Know" from the band's seventh and most recent album The Human Romance as well as "Doomsayer (The Beginning of the End)," the hit single off of their 2007 record, Deliver Us.