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Grammy winning rockers Halestorm are taking their music to the gaming world, as they headline the new feature demonstration for the upcoming video game 'Bandfuse: Rock Legends.' The game enables players to connect their guitar, bass and microphones into various consoles. With this connection, music fans can jam on a diverse set of tracks from such artists as Five Finger Death Punch, Pantera, Judas Priest, Pearl Jam, the Strokes, Heart and Slash.

The clip, which made its debut this week at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), features the music video of Halestorm's smash 'Love Bites (So Do I)' as it interfaces with the actual game. Set for release later this year on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, 'Bandfuse: Rock Legends' features the aforementioned Slash, bassist Bootsy Collins and Black Label Society guitar great Zakk Wylde on the video game's cover.

"Check out how BandFuse created our song for their game. So cool," tweeted Halestorm about their game feature. Halestorm will embark on their North American tour at the end of this month in support of their 2012 album 'The Strange Case Of ...' The band is currently promoting their latest single, 'Here's to Us.'

Watch Halestorm's 'Bandfuse: Rock Legends' Demonstration