Kings Of Leon Take 'Revenge' On iPhone Gamers

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Kings of Leon arrive at the 52nd Annual GRAMMY Awards held at Staples Center on January 31, 2010 in Los Angeles, California.

Kings of Leon may be taking a well-earned break after winning three Grammy Awards, including the "Record of the Year" prize, but fans of the band will soon have a new way to experience the group's breakthrough songs. Tapulous, the game maker responsible for the wildly successful Tap Tap Revenge iPhone game app, has enlisted the band for the newest addition to its roster. "Kings of Leon Revenge," a new version of the popular game series, will feature playable versions of ten of the band's biggest hits, including "Use Somebody," "Notion" and "Sex on Fire."

The game, based on the Tap Tap Revenge model, including a Bluetooth enabled Battles Mode which will allow fans to go head to head on the band's tracks. The premium version of the game also features a private Kings of Leon chatroom accessible only through the app.

The Kings of Leon Revenge app sells for $4.99, and is available from the App Store on iPhone and iPod touch.

Kings of Leon are set to headline the Bonnaroo Music Festival in June, its only scheduled U.S. gig in 2010. The band is expected to start recording a new album sometime this year.

Kings of Leon Revenge includes the following ten songs:

"Use Somebody"
"Sex On Fire"
"The Bucket"
"Be Somebody"
"On Call"
"Black Thumbnail"
"True Love Way"