New Guitar Hero Live DLC Songs Revealed, See Them Here

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New songs are now available in Guitar Hero Live through a Premium Show and the online-focused GHTV mode, Activision has announced.

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The new Premium Show is centered around the band Rival Sons and features footage captured as part of Guitar Hero Live's launch event at the YouTube Space venue in Los Angeles. There are three live tracks featured in the show, including "Keep On Swinging," "Pressure and Time," and "Electric Man."

Upcoming Guitar Hero Live Premium Shows will feature the bands Weezer and Grizfolk.

On top of the Premium Show, a half-dozen new tracks have been added to the GHTV hopper. These are listed below.

  • System of a Down – "Toxicity"
  • Bullet For My Valentine – "Tears Don't Fall"
  • Judas Priest – "Painkiller"
  • Sum 41 – "Fatlip"
  • Four Years Strong – "Just Drive"
  • Tonight Alive – "Lonely Girl"

Don't like any of these? You may be happy to learn that even more are on the way. As announced previously, Activision plans to release more than 70 new Guitar Hero Live songs for GHTV by the end of the year. Last week's new additions featured songs from bands like Evanescence and The White Stripes.

Guitar Hero Live launched in October 2015. GameSpot's Guitar Hero Live review scored the game a 6/10, with critic Scott Butterworth lamenting its use of microtransactions in particular.

"Guitar Hero Live's reinvented mechanics makes music-driven gameplay fresh and fun again, and while that's a truly massive and meaningful change for the genre as a whole, the campaign's off-putting presentation and GHTV's unpleasant microtransactions all sour the experience built up around that gameplay," he said. "Still, this successful innovation alone might be reason enough to grab a new axe and rock out regardless."

For more on the critical reception to Guitar Hero Live, check out this roundup of scores from other publications.

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