New Guitar Hero DLC includes Vampire Weekend, Dethklok, CCR

The new year brings fresh faces to the artist roster of Guitar Hero 5 and Band Hero as Activision announced the four track packs available in January 2010. The first pack features a selection of classic blues available this morning on XBox 360 and Wii at the standard rates of $.200 a song or $5.50 for the three-pack. Scope out the full list below to find out when your favorite songs are coming to your system of choice:

The New Blues Masters Track Pack - 360/Wii 1/7, PS3 1/21

Joe Bonamassa - "Lonesome Road Blues"

Tyler Bryant - "Who I Am"

Scott McKeon - "Broken Man"

Vampire Weekend Track Pack - 360/Wii/PS3 1/14

Vampire Weekend - "Holiday"

Vampire Weekend - "Cousins"

Vampire Weekend - "The Kids Don't Stand A Chance"

Metal Track Pack - 360/Wii/PS3 1/23

Shadows Fall - "Still I Rise"

Dethklok - "Laser Cannon Deth Sentence"

Amon Amarth - "Twilight of the Thunder God"

Credence Clearwater Revival Track Pack - 360/Wii/PS3 1/23

Credence Clearwater Revival - "Proud Mary"

Credence Clearwater Revival - "Bad Moon Rising"

Credence Clearwater Revival - "Travelin' Band"

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Alex Wawro

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