Guitar Hero Live

Plenty of new music for Guitar Hero Live

34 new songs tomorrow including Killing In The Name and Shiny Happy People.

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Forget tiny updates with a few new songs. Starting tomorrow, Activision brings out the big guns and adds 34 new tracks for Guitar Hero Live, totaling 300 songs in-game. 28 of these are playable in the GHTV on-demand list.

The remaining six new tracks will be dropped into the GHTV Premium Shows section. If you want a sneak peak of these new songs, head over to the official Twitter account and listen to short clips of them. For the full list - see below.

Judas Priest - Living After Midnight
Amaranthe - Drop Dead Cynical
Primus - Jerry Was a Race Car Driver
Robert Palmer - Addicted To Love
Chevelle - Face To The Floor
Rage Against the Machine - Killing In The Name
Godsmack - 1000hp
Jack White - Sixteen Saltines
Sleeping With Sirens - If You Can't Hang
Tenacious D - Rize of the Fenix
Walk The Moon - Shut Up And Dance
Scott Weiland & The Wildabouts - Modzilla
Audioslave - Like A Stone
Five Finger Death Punch - The House of the Rising Sun
Heart - What About Love?
Huey Lewis and the News - Heart and Soul
Great White - Rock Me
The Outfield - Your Love
Cinderella - Shake Me
Lower Than Atlantis - Here We Go
Neon Trees - I Love You (But I Hate Your Friends)
Rush - Fly By Night
Sammy Hagar - I Can't Drive 55
The Amazing Snakeheads - Here It Comes Again
Jake Bugg - Slumville Sunrise
Kings of Leon - Supersoaker
R.E.M. - Shiny Happy People

New Premium Show Tracks

Dance Meets Rock
Zedd - Stache
The Prodigy - Nasty
Knife Party - Centipede

On Tour 2015
Escape the Fate - Issues
Black Veil Brides - Heart of Fire
Atreyu - So Others May Live

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