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The day the music dies is May 31

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The iOS version of Rock Band will go out of tune forever on May 31.

Users have spotted the image below when they try to play the game.

Rock Bands iOS death screen

EA has confirmed the news in its help forums that the servers underpinning the game will go the riff boneyard on May 31. In case the company does a naughty, we took a screen shot of the message.

Rock Band for iOS EoL mesage

Fan site Rockbandaide confirmed the news and notes that the move may be a cynical move cunning plan designed to herd encourage users to adopt the more recent Rock Band Reloaded app. ®

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