Musicians Zakk Wylde, Nancy Wilson Join BandFuse Team

Realta Entertainment revealed today the additions of legendary Artists Zakk Wylde and Nancy Wilson to the roster of Rock Legends for the upcoming videogame music title, BandFuse: Rock Legends.

These artists join Slash, the iconic Grammy-winning musician and former lead guitarist of Guns N Roses, who serves as the games master guitar instructor. Jason Hook and Zoltan Bathory from the band Five Finger Death Punch will help players navigate through game features. Multiple songs have also been added to the game’s roster. BandFuse: Rock Legends will be coming to game consoles early in 2013.

BandFuse: Rock Legends seamlessly connects real guitars, basses and microphones to game consoles, empowering players to jam to a huge selection of hits in a fun game environment. Players of all skill levels can tap into the rock experience by using the unique BandFuse: Rock Legends animated tablature (tabs) interface, which simplifies the learning process for novice musicians while allowing advanced musicians to perform songs as the artists intended.

Renowned musician Zakk Wylde will mentor players in the game’s career mode. He has spent much of his career as the lead guitarist for Ozzy Osbourne, and is the founder of heavy metal band Black Label Society. In 2006, Zakk was recognized at the Hollywood Rock Walk of Fame, featuring his handprints and signature, for his successful career as a musician and his contribution to the music industry. Nancy Wilson is a multitalented artist who will also mentor players though various career levels. She is a core member of the super group Heart that has sold more than 30-million records worldwide and had Top 10 albums on the Billboard Album Chart in the 1970’s, 80’s, 90’s, and most recently 2010. Heart is among the most commercially enduring Hard Rock bands in history. These notable musicians will inspire gamers as they master some of the most recognizable rock songs of all time.

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