AC/DC Version Of 'Rock Band' Game Coming To Wal-Mart

According to The New York Times, MTV plans to announce on Tuesday that it has made a deal with AC/DC and its label, Columbia Records, to create an AC/DC version of the channel's popular Rock Band video game that will be sold in the United States only at Wal-Mart, Sam's Club and the Wal-Mart Web site (

The release of the video game AC/DC Live: Rock Band Track Pack will give MTV a prominent role in the partnership between the rock group and the retailer to promote AC/DC's forthcoming album, "Black Ice". Wal-Mart will create a special area in each of its stores to display the new album and the new game, as well as the band's other CDs, DVDs and T-shirts and other licensed clothing.

Read the entire report from The New York Times.


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