Song Info
Released March 27, 2012 for Rock Band
Sounds of Shinedown
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Genre: Nu-Metal
Album: The Sound of Madness (2008)

Instrument Rating Difficulty Video
Full Band

Other Versions
Second Chance (Guitar Hero)
Second Chance (Rocksmith)
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Nice song, run-of-the-mill Guitar part, Poinkish
Really like the song, but the Guitar chart really isn't much to write home about. The pattern that you play is pretty basic. You'll start off with some atmospheric chord sustains, which then leads into some slow note strumming that has you moving up and down the fretboard, followed by some steadily strummed 2-3 note chords during the songs climax. Rinse and repeat a couple of times until the song ends. It's not an awful Guitar chart, just an adequate one. A fan of Shinedown, or folks who are buying the other two songs already? You may as well get this one at a discounted price and buy the entire pack. It's not bad.
03.27.12 4:03pm 0 Replies | Reply +4 Relevance
Surprisingly really good. DoofiestDoofz
I don't really know what to put in a vocal review, but seriously, Brent Smith, the lead singer, has the most simplistic singing style, which makes it easy to hit.

Being easy to hit, I find it a good chart, because there aren't any bullshit way-off charts like some Alice in Chains songs were.

If you ever did the vocals to Blurry-Puddle of Mudd, or any Breaking Benjamin song, and did good on any of them, you'll be able to do good on this song.

The song doesn't totally suck, so you'll most likely find yourself enjoying the song enough to actually have you dance around a little bit.

Chart-wise, the song is good, (solo vocals) and for the amount of fun, it really just depends on how you feel about that song.
03.27.12 9:43pm 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
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