I spent last night seeing the Insane Clown Posse in Anaheim, so I have Faygo hangover.

I lost a bet to Attack of the Show web producer Eugene Morton six month ago, and so I went to the show reluctantly, but, man, those clowns know how to have a good time. My mind is changed 100 percent.

I still don't know how magnets work, but that's okay, I had fun anyway.

Are there any Juggalos out there? How about haters? Leave your thoughts in our comment section.

Ozzy Osbourne

Legendary rocker and hater of bat heads Ozzy Osbourne will make his Rock Band debut next week in the form of a six-song track pack.

“It’s great to bring my songs to Rock Band, especially material from the new album, Scream,” Ozzy said in a statement about the announcement. “I hope Rock Band players around the world are ready to have their living rooms invaded by me!”

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Epic Sticking With 30FPS For Gears of War 3

During a recent Ustream chat with fans, actor/rapper/ultimate Godfather of TheFeed Ice-T dropped some interesting info. Apparently, T said he has a role in Gears of War 3.

T then followed up with  "I didn't just say that." But he had just said that.

Ice-T, who is a very hardcore gamer as well as a hardcore rapper, seems like a perfect fit to me in the game, but we'll just have to wait and see how this all pans out as the release date of Gears 3 gets nearer. Until then, enjoy Ice's appearance on this very site, in a legendary episode of Freestyle 101.


Freestyle 101: Ice-T »

Source: Giant Bomb


Earlier today, we brought you the word that the next Guitar Hero game will be called Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock, as well as a literal crap-ton of details on the title. We thought you'd want to see it in action, so check out this trailer!


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Music DLC Round-Up -- Week Of September 7

Stone Temple Pilots Track Pack

"Between The Lines"
"Sex Type Thing"

Price: $5.49/440 Microsoft Points/550 Wii Points for pack, or $1.99/160 MSP/200 WP per track

Click through to see new tracks for Rock Band, Lips, SingStar and DJ Hero.

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Rumor: Harmonix Making Natal-Powered Dance Game?

Pre-E3 internet game reporting is about one thing: Rumors! Everyone's asking: Who will be showing what when E3 finally happens next week? Here's a juicy one for you: Rumor has it that Harmonix is working on a Natal-powered dance game.

Reportedly, Harmonix has been licensing a number of songs that are a bit synth-heavy, leading to speculation that the company is working on a game for dance music fans... of course, it could be that the rumored Rock Band keyboard requires some more keyboard heavy tracks...

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Tags: Music, Videogames

Def Jam Rapstar Releases In October

Prospective rappers and/or rap stars will be able to live out their dreams virtually later this year as Konami has announced their hip-hop music game Def Jam Rapstar will be available on October 5.

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How Those Two Lost Inspired Tracks Found Their Way Into Rock Band

Hey, Lost fans. How many times have you caught yourself humming Drive Shaft's undeniably catchy "You All Everybody" between episodes? Sure, Lost is now is over, but Dharma rock lives on in Rock Band, with both "You All Everybody" and Geronimo Jackson's "Dharma Lady" becoming purchasable tracks on Rock Band Network. But how'd they end up there? A donkey wheel? Here's the story.

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Tags: Music, TV, Videogames

Guitar Hero: Smash Hits Devs Challenge PS3 Users To A Rock-Off

Activision revealed its June DLC schedule, and it includes some essential tracks, including alt-legends Stone Temple Pilots, the great Alice Cooper and, to celebrate the beginning of World Cup, a track pack of free national anthems. Full details under the "Read More" tag.

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Tags: Music, Videogames

Red Dead Redemption Bonus Outfit Voting Begins

If you're anything like me, you're spending every waking minute immersed in Rockstar's Red Dead Redemption, going from the all out wackiness of the game's multiplayer -- the other night, the eight members of G4's posse murdered a Grizzly with our bare hands -- to the slightly melancholic main story line. Along with the obviously amazing graphics and game-design, I've been noticing the music, and really enjoying the sparse, Morricone-inspired score. I've been curious from whence it sprang, and this morning the Internet has the answer!

U.K. Paper The Guardian has posted a fascinating article that goes in detail on Red Dead's music design with its creators, Friends of Dean Martinez. (Note to self: Visit iTunes and download away.)

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 Rock Band 3

We have our first hint about Harmonix's plans for Rock Band 3: keyboards. Well, at least one keyboard. Or something related to keyboards. Right now, Harmonix is keeping mum about it, but let's assume there's going to be a keyboard peripheral added to the lineup. Is that enough for you to get excited about Rock Band 3? Do they need another "game changer" to get you on board?

Have something to share? Sitting on a news tip? E-mail me. You can also follow me on Twitter.

Tags: Music, Videogames

Lost Isn't Over After The Finale -- It's Headed To Rock Band

You might have missed the news I reported on Sunday, just hours before the finale of Lost. I'd been told two songs from Lost -- Drive Shaft's "You All Everybody" and Geronimo Jackson's "Dharma Lady" -- were coming to Rock Band via Rock Band Network. Now, I have proof it's happening.

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 Rock Band 3

The demo for Green Day: Rock Band (available on Xbox Live right now) seems to suggest an interesting development for fans of Ben Folds: A piano icon is clearly visible in the tease for Rock Band 3.

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Lost Isn't Over After The Finale -- It's Headed To Rock Band

When the curtain closes on Lost tonight, what's a Lost fan to do? Rewatch the series with new enlightenment? Drink until the mysteries make sense? Nope. You're going to turn on Rock Band.

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Tags: Music, Videogames

Jonathan Coulton’s “Still Alive” may likely go down in history as the “Smoke on the Water” of the video game music world. Why? Because it is iconic, catchy as hell, relatively simple to play and inspires musicians, YouTube fame seekers and those with only a moderate amount of programming ability to perform the theme song to Portal  in seemingly immeasurable ways (It is also one of the only acceptable uses of Auto-Tune, but that's another article). Seeing as how there now over 1.5 million more people playing Portal since it hit Steam this week, The Feed has jumped through hoops to bring you a 7-layer cake made from some of the better and more interesting cover versions of this nice little song about science and death. Step through the portal we opened for you below.

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