Well Rocksmith fans, we are finally here. It’s time for Rage Against The Machine to make their Rocksmith 2014 debut, and it seems like it was most definitely worth the wait. You’ve already been introduced to the trio as Audioslave but now here they are in the original incarnation, ladies and gentleman Rage Against The Machine!
Ubisoft delivers us not five, not six, but SEVEN songs from the politically charged, rap-metal band this week. A wide variety of songs ranging from their self-titled, their chart topping follow up Evil Empire, and finally their cover album, Renegades.
Bassists will delight in the never ending grooves of Tim Commerford, Guitarists will finally figure out what Tom Morello is playing under all those amazing pedals, and who knows, someone might actually plug in the microphone to take on Zack de la Rocha’s rapid fire delivery, or attempt the haunting vocals of Maynard James Keenan (Know Your Enemy). That’s one step closer to Tool right?
- Rage Against The Machine “Bombtrack” – [XBL] / Steam
- Rage Against The Machine “Bulls On Parade” – Eb Standard – [XBL] / Steam
- Rage Against The Machine “Down Rodeo” – [XBL] / Steam
- Rage Against The Machine “Killing In The Name” – Drop D – [XBL] / Steam
- Rage Against The Machine “Know Your Enemy” – (No Rhythm) – [XBL] / Steam
- Rage Against The Machine “Renegades Of Funk” – Drop D – [XBL] / Steam
- Rage Against The Machine “Wake Up” – Drop D – [XBL] / Steam
Was this RATM pack worth the wait? Is this a day one buy? Or are you saving your money for Jimi Hendrix next week?
PSN US Update: Sorry SCEA…
Due to a production error, the song “Know Your Enemy” by Rage Against the Machine ($2.99), the 4-song Rage Against the Machine Song Pack I ($9.99), and the 7-song Rage Against the Machine Song Pack I-II ($15.99) will be delayed on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4.
Due 12/9: Six RATM singles and RATM Pack II
Expected 12/23: RATM “Know Your Enemy” single, RATM Pack I, and RATM Pack I-II
We regret the error and we thank you for your patience.