Arctic Monkeys, Nirvana, Blur for 'Guitar Hero 5'

NME.COM exclusively reveals who will feature on new game

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Arctic Monkeys, Nirvana and Blur all feature on the forthcoming new edition of the 'Guitar Hero' computer game, NME.COM can reveal.

'Guitar Hero 5' is expected to be released worldwide this autumn, and with the latest upgrade of the smash hit game comes a raft of new artists to play along with, including Gorillaz, Bob Dylan, The White Stripes and Coldplay.

Developers Activision are also working on a DJ Hero spin-off game to launch later this year.

In the meantime, NME.COM can exclusively reveal the list of bands set to feature in 'Guitar Hero 5':

Band Of Horses
Darkest Hour
Iron Maiden
Wild Cherry
The White Stripes
Jimmy Eat World
Bob Dylan
Beastie Boys
The Raconteurs
Duran Duran
Tom Petty
Public Enemy Featuring Zakk Wylde
Queens Of The Stone Age
The Sword
Doors Down
Smashing Pumpkins
David Bowie
Mötley Crüe
Attack! Attack!
Dire Straits
Johnny Cash
The Derek Trucks Band
Billy Squier
My Morning Jacket
Kaiser Chiefs
Brand New
Bon Jovi
Billy Idol
Elliott Smith
A Perfect Circle
Sonic Youth
Kings Of Leon
The Bronx
Queen & David Bowie
Screaming Trees
The Killers
Vampire Weekend
TV On The Radio
John Mellencamp
Scars On Broadway
The Rolling Stones
Stevie Wonder
Face to Face
Peter Frampton
No Doubt
Iggy Pop
Thin Lizzy
The Police
Children of Bodom
Elton John
Arctic Monkeys
Rose Hill Drive
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
Deep Purple
Darker My Love
Jeff Beck
Love and Rockets
The Duke Spirit
Sunny Day Real Estate
King Crimson
T. Rex
Gov’t Mule
Eagles Of Death Metal
Grand Funk Railroad

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