Even more tracks revealed for Guitar Hero live

A while back we brought you a post about some songs activision released for their up coming game, Guitar Hero Live, a next gen version of the beloved party games that brought lots of fun to millions of people. 

Well today, we bring you more good news, any one that is looking to get the game, activision have released another batch of songs for the game. They released 16 brand new songs to be exact, check them out below.

  • Megadeth: Hangar 18
  • In Flames: Deliver Us
  • Boston: More Than a Feeling
  • You Me at Six: Lived a Lie
  • Blink 182: The Rock Show
  • Rush: Limelight
  • Kasabian: Club Foot
  • Dream Theater: The Looking Glass
  • Royal Blood: Come on Over
  • Charlie XCX: Famous
  • Passion Pit: Take a Walk
  • Panic! At the Disco: Girls Girls Boys
  • James Bay: Hold Back the River
  • Echosmith: Cool Kids
  • MGMT: Time to Pretend
  • Kings of Leon: Sex on Fire

Some of the songs have been in previous installments of the franchise, it will always be a treat to play through some of the classics again. This batch of songs brings the total number of songs so far up to a total of 100. Along with this they also revealed that the game will include singing, for anyone that wants to try replicate some of the iconic singers from the songs in the game.

You can check out the full track list over on can be found over on the official Guitar Hero website but with tracks ranging from Trivium, to Skrillex, to Ed Sheeran there will definitely be something for every one, no matter where you lie on a decibel tolerance level!

Guitar Hero Live is set for release on the 20th of October 2015 on Xbox One, 360, PS4, PS3, and Wii U.

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