Alt-J, The Killers, Black Keys and more feature in new ‘Guitar Hero Live’ game

Xbox, Playstation and Nintendo game will also include playable songs from Rolling Stones and Green Day

The soundtrack has been announced for the latest game in the Guitar Hero franchise, Guitar Hero Live.

The guitar-based video game will be released on Xbox One and 360, Playstation 3 and 4, Nintendo Wii U, and mobile platforms later this year, following on from Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock in 2010.

According to Rolling Stone, the new game will feature playable songs from Alt-J, Ed Sheeran, The Black Keys, The Killers, Green Day, Fall Out Boy, The War On Drugs, The Rolling Stones, Skrillex and more.


“It’s been 10 years since the first Guitar Hero game came out. When you think of it like that, and think about how much the musical landscape has changed since then – that’s where we’ve been able to explore some new types of musical style as well,” Jamie Jackson of FreeStyle said of the game’s music choices. “Guitar music is broader than it’s ever been – so we’re reflecting that in the range of music on offer.”

See the tracklisting in full below.

The Black Keys – ‘Gold On The Ceiling’
Blitz Kids – ‘Sometimes’
Ed Sheeran – ‘Sing’
Fall Out Boy – ‘My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light Em Up)’
Gary Clark, Jr. – ‘Don’t Owe You a Thang’
Green Day – ‘Nuclear Family’
The Killers – ‘When You Were Young’
The Lumineers – ‘Ho Hey’
My Chemical Romance – ‘Na Na Na’
Pierce the Veil – ‘King for a Day (feat. Kellin Quinn)’
The Rolling Stones – ‘Paint It, Black’
Skrillex – ‘Bangarang’
The War On Drugs – ‘Under the Pressure’
Black Veil Brides – ‘In The End’
Rage Against the Machine – ‘Guerrilla Radio’
Judas Priest – ‘Breaking the Law’
Pantera – ‘Cowboys From Hell’
Sleigh Bells – ‘Bitter Rivals’
System of a Down – ‘Chop Suey!’
Alter Bridge – ‘Cry of Achilles”
Alt-J – ‘Left Hand Free’
Broken Bells – ‘Leave It Alone’
Red Hot Chili Peppers – ‘Higher Ground’
The Pretty Reckless – ‘Going to Hell’


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