Song Speculation: Halestorm returns with a trio of empowering tracks

Hello Rocksmith fans!

RollingStone222’s clue has been posted and solved, and it looks like some overdue female empowerment is a double whammy for November!

Let’s check it out.

It’s a GIF!

NotRolo knew the password was “harddrive”

What’s that in the background?

A classic

Damn, the steal from NotRolo!


It’s a THREE pack! (the first song pack from @Halestorm in any music game)

This is the fastest repeat appearance of an artist in Rocksmith DLC history, with @Halestorm (9/26/2017 -> 11/21/2017) beating @MarilynManson (7/25/2017 -> 9/26/2017).

This pack will bring the total number of songs from @Halestorm in @Rocksmithgame to Five!

Love Bites, appeared in the Female Lead Singles release (March 2014), and recently in the Rockin’ Covers Packwe saw @LZZYHALE’s take on Gaga’s Bad Romance.

@Halestorm also recently appeared on Rock Band 4, with I Miss The Misery, and on Guitar Hero Live (GHTV) Apocalyptic.

What other songs might we see appear with Mz. Hyde next week?

What follows is speculation

Do you think Ubisoft SF will add the song with 5.3 million views on YouTube?

Would be shocked if this one wasn’t announced on Sunday…

Nonconformists Unite!

Are you excited for this long awaited song pack from @Halestorm, or were you hoping for Halestorm, let us know!

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Bonza Bloke
Bonza Bloke
November 18, 2017 9:15 am

Forgive me for this one but I don’t understand how Halestorm, or the Pretenders, can be deemed bands that embody female empowerment. To take nothing away from Hynde nor Hale, but they only make up each one quarter of their bands. The other three quarters of each band aren’t eunuchs or even women who like to dress as men. These are blokes making up the bulk of each band.

The above bands are not female bands just because they have a female lead singer. They are co-ed bands with a heavy male bias.

L7 would be female empowerment.
Shonen Knife would be female empowerment.
Babes in Toyland would be female empowerment.
Savages would be female empowerment.
Spitboy would be female empowerment.
The Go-Gos would be female empowerment.

You get the idea right?’

Show us some real empowerment.

November 18, 2017 11:01 am
Reply to  Bonza Bloke

They front their respective bands, though… And like it or not, the front of the band is often perceived as a defining characteristic of that band, even with all male bands. Otherwise we wouldn’t have much issue with lead vocalists “going solo”, which would be just as big a misrepresentation as calling these bands “female”, since there are generally many musicians contributing to a “solo” effort.

Bonza Bloke
Bonza Bloke
November 18, 2017 7:31 pm
Reply to  SideTraKd

Exactly why I refrained from using any ”solo” artists in my examples 😉

November 18, 2017 5:56 am

I have the nerve to say to Rocksmith: See you next Tuesday (for DLC purchase).

November 17, 2017 4:48 pm

> or were you hoping for --H--alestorm

You know it -- but if these are the tracks included, I’ll still be getting this pack day 1.