Rocksmith 2014 DLC 2/10/2015 – Seether

Greetings Rocksmith fans, as shown in our previous article, this week’s DLC comes to us from South Africa’s Seether! 

Amy Lee of Evanescence returns with the duet of Broken, 2005’s Karma and Effect gives us the mega hit single The Remedy, and last but not least Fake It, off 2007’s Finding Beauty in Negative Spaces.

Did you know that Evanescence’s guitarist was also in Seether? Cool!

If you are a fan of drop tuning you might enjoy the three songs this week.

 

Seether Song Pack – $7.99 / Steam

 

Is this a three pack you are happy to see? Let us know! Personal opinion, I’m excited to play Remedy, great riff.

 

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Jacob

Definitely needed “fine again”… and also “driven under” & “rise above this”

DC
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DC

Guys, who can I contact for some tech support re: rocksmith2014. I’ve lost the game (downloaded version) and all my dlc.

Kenny
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Kenny

I like the songs, and I’m going to pick up the entire pack, but, at the risk of sounding greedy, I wish it was a 5 song pack. I’d have added “Fine Again” and “Careless Whisper” to round out the 5 if I had the book.

Darkmax77
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Darkmax77

Well…Seether is completly unknown to me…Hope the basslines are fun.

Bonza Bloke
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Bonza Bloke

If you like playing open notes on strings as limp as wet noodles you are in for a treat! :stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes:

Jkro
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LOL!

Noname Rocker
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Noname Rocker

When can we get Nirvana?

Noname Rocker
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Noname Rocker

And also some more Evanescence?

Honky thom
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Honky thom

3 weeks. Guaranteed 100% confirmed.

Noname Rocker
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Noname Rocker

Based on what evidence?

Bonza Bloke
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Bonza Bloke

Prima facie? There are already Nirvana tunes in Rocksmith.

Heart Shaped Box, Breed, In Bloom.

WonderWaage
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WonderWaage

Nirvana will be coming out in the summer of 2014, Paul Cross said so himself.

hammer
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hammer

Yes!……………wait (looks at calender)

pluggyboy
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as will Slayer 🙁

c-rod
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c-rod

Nice

D
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D

I do like this band, but not too excited for the song selection.

HA!
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HA!

“Broken” was a wasted opportunity for a good song, imo.