The Vines are the last Aussie act to make the cut for the set list of the latest game in the Guitar Hero franchise, Guitar Hero Live. Their 2014 comeback track Metal Zone features in the latest round of additions to the game’s playlist, which also includes tunes by OneRepublic, Paramore, The Mowgli’s, Asking Alexandria,
A rifflord’s bonanza of new songs have been added to the increasingly monster playlist for the new Guitar Hero Live game, including two by Australian artists. Now-disbanded Aussie rockers Jet have made the cut with Are You Gonna Be My Girl?, alongside Melbourne songstress Courtney Barnett and the deadpan stylings of her Pedestrian At Best.
We’ve all had those moments where new music blows our minds, and now the raw power of Rage Against The Machine‘s Bulls On Parade has made a toddler reach peak alt-metal. As seen in the brilliant footage below, the antics of Redditor Gabe White‘s two-year-old son have been captured on video as prime material for
Wolfmother and Angus & Julia Stone are the first Aussies to be added to Guitar Hero Live‘s ever-expanding playlist of guitar-friendly — well, plastic-guitar-friendly — tracks. With another ten songs from the game’s playlist now unveiled, stay-at-home rock gods will soon be able to mash away to Wolfmother’s Cosmic Egg album cut Sundial, and spend
The newest game in pop culture’s beloved Guitar Hero franchise seems to have been striving to please everyone with its eclectic playlist. And although the first round of soundtrack inclusions for Guitar Hero Live featured a sturdy slew of revered guitar-driven acts such as System Of A Down, The Rolling Stones, Pantera and Rage Against
The soundtrack to the latest game in the Guitar Hero franchise has just been announced and, sure enough, it’s a string-shredder’s button masher’s wet dream of rock, hard rock and heavy metal. Guitar Hero Live‘s initial 24-song playlist includes tunes by The Rolling Stones, Green Day, System Of A Down, Pierce the Veil, Judas Priest
As you maybe remember, last year Axl Rose (pictured above, apparently) filed a lawsuit for $20 million against Activision regarding their super popular game Guitar Hero III. Rose was under the impression that the game’s creators lied to the rock star regarding Slash‘s involvement with Guitar Hero, and failed to live up to their contractual
Big news on the music and gaming front today – with the company behind Guitar Hero pulling the plug on one of the largest selling games of the new century. Activision Blizzard Inc, which also produces the Call of Duty series, is ending the Guitar Hero franchise after a run of nearly six years. Due