Harmonix Music Systems, Inc. has just announced new tracks that will be hitting the Music Store on Rock Band 4 for Xbox One and PlayStation 4. The new tracks from Alabama Shakes, Breaking Benjamin, Death From Above 1979 and The Pretty Reckless add to an already extensive library that is available for the game already.
Alabama Shakes makes its Rock Band debut with “Don’t Wanna Fight” from the band’s 2015 record, Sound & Color. Breaking Benjamin returns to Rock Band with its 2015 single, ”Failure,” which reached number one on Billboard’s US Mainstream Rock charts earlier this year. Death From Above 1979 made waves on the Billboard charts last year when it released “Trainwreck 1979” as a single off of its most recent release, the critically acclaimed The Physical World. “Follow Me Down” is the first track off of The Pretty Reckless’ second LP, 2014’s Going to Hell.
New songs, but also new hardware, just a week after the games launch we’ve now got access to the pre-order for the Rock Band 4 Pro Cymbals Expansion Kit, which are expected to ship in time for Christmas this year, with prices around $49.99.
The cross-platform compatible Pro-Cymbals Expansion Kit consists of realistic Crash, Ride and Hi-Hat cymbals. Once connected to the Rock Band 4 Wireless Drum Kit, the cymbals enable players to unlock Pro Mode in the game, enhancing the game’s realism and showcasing their unique flair. With a quick and easy set-up, the Pro-Cymbals Expansion Kit connects in minutes and features an innovative velocity-sensitive and sound-absorbing design for endless play sessions of distraction free drumming.
All tracks will be available for download on October 13 for $1.99 per track, while the Pro Cymbals are available for pre-order at $49.99.