Rocksmith 2014 DLC 8/11/2015 – Social Distortion


Greetings Rocksmith fans!

@DanAmrich’s hint has been solved and we definitely know what’s coming next week to Rocksmith 2014!

Let’s take a look at how it went down this week.

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As usual with gifs, there’s something that comes to those that decrypt it with the right password.

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Again another password was required, but clearly those numbers meant something.

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Putting that together helped people figure it out.

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We weren’t quite done yet, though.

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That’s right, this week’s DLC comes to us courtesy of the rockabilly tinged punk legends Social Distortion! Thanks to some trickery on the PlayStation Online Store (the same trickery that we saw a couple weeks ago during the Regal Singles week) we know that four of the band’s hits are included this week, spanning 14 years of albums. First off, from 1990’s Social Distortion we have (arguably) their most popular song Story of My Life (that certainly counts as something autobiographical!), as well as one of the Social D songs I’ve wanted in a music game forever in Ball and Chain! Next, we move to 1992 and the album Somewhere Between Heaven & Hell where we find another fan favourite in Bad Luck. Finally, we end in 2004 with the song Reach for the Sky from the album Sex, Love and Rock n’ Roll.

I know I myself am really excited for this pack. Social Distortion are one of my favourite bands, and I had the pleasure of seeing them front row a couple years ago when they played Yonge Dundas Square for NXNE. They put on an absolutely incredible show, and the guitar work in their songs is absolutely awesome!

Social Distortion Song Pack – $9.99 / Steam

So, does this DLC make you feel like When the Angels Sing, or are you in Another State of Mind about it? Let us know in the comments!