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Bullet For My Valentine headed to Rock Band this Tuesday

6:30 PM on 05.25.2012

Brett Zeidler

Contributor and Engineer

When I first saw that Bullet For My Valentine was coming to Rock Band 3, I somehow managed to confuse them with My Bloody Valentine (alt-rock darlings from the very early 90's). But then I saw the tracklist and thought, "Wait, 'Tears Don't Fall' isn't by My Bloody Valentine." So, I looked up the music video and realized I was off. Like, not even close. Oh well, the video had 40M views, so I'm assuming there's at least a few people out there who love them. Here's the songs that are coming to Rock Band 3 on May 29th:

  • Bullet For My Valentine – “Tears Don’t Fall”
  • Bullet For My Valentine – “Scream Aim Fire”
  • Bullet For My Valentine – “Your Betrayal”

As always, the pack will be 440 Microsoft Points, 550 Wii Points, and $5.49 on PSN. Each individual track will cost you 160 Microsoft Points, 220 Wii Points, or $1.99 on PSN. "Your Betrayal" is available as a Pro Guitar or Bass upgrade for just a dollar more.

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