In June of last year MTV and Harmonix announced that "Who's Next," the classic Who record, would be the first full-length downloadable album for Rock Band. Well, this is rock 'n roll, and things change.
This week, the Rock Band powers that be revealed that Judas Priest's 1982 rock/metal album "Screaming for Vengeance" would take The Who's place on stage. Available tomorrow on Xbox Live Marketplace and Thursday on the PlayStation Store, the nine-song collection will cost $14.99 (1,200 MS pts.), and the individual tracks can be purchased for $1.99 each.
IGN spent some hands-on time with the new Judas Priest content today, shredding through about half of the tracks before taking a break to drink some goat's blood and trash our hotel room.