Rock Band 4 DLC for January 19: Soundgarden, Stone Temple Pilots, and Temple of the Dog

Harmonix is getting into some classic grunge for next week's Rock Band 4 DLC, while also offering a sneak peek at one of the free offerings coming with the upcoming January update.

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This may seem like a little early for this, but it looks like Harmonix is taking Martin Luther King Day off, so next week's Rock Band 4 DLC is being unveiled a little bit early. For the latest batch of DLC, Harmonix is heading back to the 90s for some classic grunge. That means Soundgarden, Temple of the Dog, and Stone Temple Pilots, led by the late Scott Weiland.

The following tracks will be sold individually for $1.99:

  • Soundgarden – My Wave
  • Stone Temple Pilots – Wicked Garden
  • Temple of the Dog – Hunger Strike

These tracks will be available on Tuesday, January 19. To get a quick listen, check out the video below.

Meanwhile, still no word on tracks from the original Rock Band coming to the Xbox One version of Rock Band 4, but that drop is expected soon. In the meantime, Harmonix has offered up one small detail about this month's January date.

Yes, Rock Band 4 also has Psychonauts fever and the only prescription is a new hat.

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From The Chatty
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      January 15, 2016 6:37 PM

      Nice, will grab STP and Soundgarden for sure but Hunger Strike is depressing lol.

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      January 19, 2016 3:06 AM

      I don't give a shit.

      They still have problems releasing in Poland, all the shops took down their release dates for it (I had one on order, it's now months later and no news)

      I used to love Rock Band so much, but the hoops they are making me jump through just to acquire a version of the game I can play - screw them, I'll play something else.

      However I will be picking up Amplitude tonight and playing the shit out of that instead. I hate you Harmonix. But I love your music games, I'm so confused :(