I’ll admit that “Run to the Hills” on Expert drums in the original Rock Band hurt me physically, and ended up in at least one broken drum set. But I’m a glutton for punishment, and a fan of metal so it’s with great pleasure for me to pass along some good news: 12 Iron Maiden tracks will be coming to the Rock Band Music Store on June 9.
The content is a mixture of master tracks, as well as recent live recordings from their tour documentary, the awesomely-named Flight 666. The tracks are as follows:
No word on pricing, but we guess each track will cost the usual $1.99/200 Wii Points/160 MS Points, and there will be a package that will offer a tiny, but totally metal discount.
My take: Do want. Yours?
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