Guitar Hero Live’s latest tracks will take the High Road

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Some days, I think I may not be the rock god that I imagine myself to be. Or at least, I may be part of a pantheon of heavy metal deities who have failed to keep up with the times. Tight leather pants, enough hair to be mistaken for a shrubbery and the barest of mid-riffs that show off my impressive beer belly just ain’t enough to be a hit with impressionable kids who need to buy my merchandise so that we don’t fade into obscurity. I mean, who the hell are these bands in Guitar Hero Live?

Here’s the latest list of bands and tracks who’ll be headed to Guitar Hero Live. I actually recognise some of them. The other bands have me scratching my head in rockin’ befuddlement however. Hey, that might make for a catchy song!

  • Royal Blood – Little Monster
  • Marilyn Manson – Disposable Teens
  • Killswitch Engage – In Due Time
  • Marmozets – Move Shake Hide
  • Of Mice & Men – Bones Exposed
  • Deftones – Diamond Eyes
  • Vista Chino – Sweet Remain
  • Bring Me the Horizon – Shadow Moses
  • Mastodon – High Road
  • Trivium – Strife

Who are these other bands? Are they hard-rockin’ amigos? Are they worthy to lift my Zippo and wield the power of mighty D? Can they air-guitar with the best? Are their leather pants tight enough to cut off the circulation of blood in their extremities? These are questions which must be answered, once I’ve gathered enough prayer power from horns being thrown, to finally send a lightning bolt at Justin Bieber. Rock on folks, rock on.

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Last Updated: January 4, 2017

Darryn Bonthuys

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