Guitar Hero: The Final DLC (Emo Edge, Darkest Hour, Middle Class Rut)

Well it’s been a good run, but all good things must come to an end. Activision has been supplying us with full band DLC since October 26th, 2008 (not counting Death Magnetic).

We’ve had our ups and downs, our “Phish Live Pack” and our “Euro Pack 5,” our Queen DLC and our free Bruce Springsteen DLC and here we are in 2011 with 625 compatible songs in Guitar Hero Warriors of Rock (622 on PS3 and 610 on Wii).

It all started with Guitar Hero World Tour and it ends with Paramore’s return to Guitar Hero with “Ignorance” and “That’s What You Get”.

While this DLC is sure to make the casual observer scratch their head a quick visit to Vans Warped Tour 2011 shows that this pack was constructed with the festivals promotion in mind as all the artists are taking part. Thankfully one of the artists included is Darkest Hour who you may recall from Guitar Hero 5’s Metal jaunt “Demon(s),” which means yes, the final Guitar Hero DLC will have “MOAR METAL” so you can forget about unhooking that second pedal today folks!

Making their debuts in Guitar Hero as well are Madina Lake and Middle Class Rut. Wrestling fans might recognize Madina Lakes’ “Hey Superstar” as the theme from TNA’s Genesis (or not).

So is anyone happy with the final Guitar Hero DLC?

Let us know!

Middle Class Rut Track Pack (440 MSP)

“New Low”  by Middle Class Rut

“Lifelong Dayshift”  by Middle Class Rut

“Sad To Know”  by Middle Class Rut

Emo Edge Pack (600 MSP)

“Ignorance”  by Paramore

“That’s What You Get”  by Paramore

“Across 5 Oceans” by Madina Lake

“Hey Superstar” by Madina Lake

Darkest Hour Track Pack (440 MSP)

“Beyond The Life You Know” by Darkest Hour

“Doomsayer” By Darkest Hour

“Savor The Kill” By Darkest Hour

The Middle Class Rut and Emo Edge track packs will be available on Xbox LIVE® Marketplace for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft for 440 Microsoft Points, on the PlayStation®Store for PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system for $5.49 and for Wii™ for 550 Wii Points™.  The songs in the Middle Class Rut and Emo Edge track pack will also be released as downloadable singles for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft for 160 Microsoft Points, PlayStation 3 system for $1.99 and Wii for 200 Wii Points each.  The Darkest Hour Track Pack will be available on Xbox LIVE® Marketplace for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft for 440 Microsoft Points and on the PlayStation®Store for PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system for $5.49, and released as downloadable singles for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft for 160 Microsoft Points and  PlayStation 3 system for $1.99

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28 Responses to Guitar Hero: The Final DLC (Emo Edge, Darkest Hour, Middle Class Rut)

  1. Mike100377 says:

    Woot! Finally some Paramore DLC!

  2. Uunoftw says:

    Kinda disappointing for me but whatever 😛

  3. Dogmatic says:

    Paramore? Emo? Hahahahahaha.

    Also, totally getting Doomsayer. Fuck yes.

  4. King Burger says:

    Way to go out with a bang, Ignorance is okay, the rest isn’t worth the money. RB is getting heavy-hitters on a weekly basis, and this is it for GH? LOL

  5. Ed Tanguy EWE says:

    🙁 Kinda wish GH could do better than this, but just because i love GH, i’m gonna catch ’em all :3

  6. Jason2087 says:

    Not a good way to go, but i suppose that’s why they’re going.

  7. Cicabe says:

    I only recognized the Paramore songs. Oh well. I won’t knock it until I listen to them and see how fun they are to play.

  8. expertwinSH says:

    I knew it was going to be a dissapointment.

    • TidusOfSH says:

      The only way to release this month’s DLC with a “final DLC hallmark” is having a time machine, travel to the past to have time to license some “epic” songs, and develop the content. You need to know that Beenox could’ve been caught in the middle of their work back when Activision announced the supposed end of GH.

  9. Jake says:

    I think its pretty good, the Darkest Hour stuff is a def fuck yes!

  10. Rab39 says:

    Just “Ignorance” for me, but maybe I’ll pick up more if I go to Warped (mainly to see ADTR and Asking Alexandria). Guess I’ll go download the various Manson, NIN tracks that didn’t hit RB yet, too.

    • Rab39 says:

      Thanks – as usual – for posting all the songs. I think I’m going to pick up Middle Class Rut, too, now, after listening.

  11. pancho says:

    *cue HATE from fanboys for now seeing more Slayer and Anthrax to make their hands bleed*

  12. KEWB says:

    So much for the band that won that contest to get their song released as dlc.

    • davesmiling says:

      I was thinking that, The Mercy House right? So they won a contest to come out as dlc, then GH was reported as Dead, then GH said 2 dlc pack’s left, then still no Mercy House, but eh, i think it’s disgusting what they have done unless they are keeping it for another GH game which would be awesome on their part, but we have all seen what they are like so i assume Activision are just sticking to their usual basis & ditching what they have left of a fan base with a big bang & not living up to what they said they would do.

      • Elliott says:

        According to Noble from TAGAuthoring the song is coming to Rock Band Network, so the band will still get a bit of exposure through music games after all.

        • KEWB says:

          That’s great and I’ll probably buy it (more of an RB fan personally anyway) but it’s still pretty lame that they won’t end up getting the prize they won. Granted they still got some exposure from the hype of winning the contest.

  13. Toad3000 says:

    Huh. So I guess the stuff that was posted to Wikipedia last week was all a lie. It’s a shame, Activision would’ve gotten one last $2 from me if they released Rise Against’s “Help is on the Way”

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  15. gustavo says:

    O Paramore é uma Banda de Rock alternativo e não Emocore eu pencei que os criadores do Guitar hero entendião de estilos de Rock.

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  17. handrick says:

    emo nao poha op paramore tem quer ser amelhor musica de la playing god faces

  18. Deck2500 says:

    More hardcore asking Alexandria and Attila betraying the martyrs

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