RockGamer Studios is proud to announce today that they have entered into an agreement with underground metal, hardcore, and rock label Bullet Tooth to release a selection of artists and songs from their catalog as downloadable content for the video games Rock Band 2 and Rock Band 3 via the groundbreaking initiative, the Rock Band Network.

Bullet Tooth was founded mid-2010 by Josh Grabelle, known worldwide for founding and running Trustkill Records since 1994. Having previously signed such notable bands as Bleeding Through, Hopesfall, Walls Of Jericho, Bullet For My Valentine, Throwdown, Poison The Well, Terror, It Dies Today, Eighteen Visions, and more, New Jersey native Grabelle has sold over 2 million albums worldwide. He brings his wealth of knowledge and years of experience to the company, which has already seen a strong lineup of initial releases.

“We’re extremely pleased to be working with Josh and Bullet Tooth,” quoted Miguel Molinari, founder of RockGamer Studios. “Over the years he’s shown an incredible ear for finding the best underground talent, and we’re glad to help him bring his roster of artists to a digitally connected audience through the Rock Band Network.”

The initial slate of Bullet Tooth releases for RBN include tracks from Hickory, NC’s Deception of a Ghost, Philadelphia, PA’s Victory in Numbers, Sherman, TX’sKid Liberty, Cleveland, OH’s Affiance, San Francisco, CA’s First Blood, and Dallas, TX’s Memphis May Fire. Songs from these artists are entering RBN Creators Club testing now, and will begin to become available for download on the Xbox 360 gaming console early in 2011. Pricing is estimated to be 160 Microsoft Points (MSP) per track.

The full list of songs to be released is as follows:

    • Affiance “Call to the Warrior” (4:28)

    • – taken from No Secret Revealed (BT010)

    • – taken from Speak Up, You’re Not Alone (BT003)

    • First Blood “Enemy” (2:32)

    • – taken from Silence is Betrayal (BT006)

    • Kid Liberty “Coolguy Deluxe!” (3:26)

    • – taken from Fight With Your Fists (BT002)

    • – taken from Between the Lies (BT009)

    • – taken from Killing. Mourning. Love. (BT004)

Stay tuned for more updates and news on these exciting releases!


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