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Ringo, McCartney Duet- Fall Out Boy on Hiatus- Slash N' Adler Jam- The Analyst Guitarist Injured In Fall- Oscars Snub Anvil- Interpol Eye 2010 Release and more


11/20/2009
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Ringo Starr is joined by his former Beatles bandmate Paul McCartney for a duet on "Y Not," the drummer's forthcoming solo album due out Jan 12, 2010. more

Pete Wentz is refuting rumors that Fall Out Boy have broken up, telling MTV News the band is taking some time apart. Wentz says the group is on hiatus more

Interpol have revealed that a new album will be released in early 2010. Although a release date, title or tracklisting is still yet-to-be announced, Sam Forgarino revealed how the band had reverted back to their early sound. more

The Analyst has issued the following regarding the recent hospitalization of guitarist Alex Wilkinson: "Our guitarist and best friend Alex was hospitalized late Friday, November 13th (Friday the 13th) as he suffered major injuries from falling from a ladder. Alex was nearly 30 feet in the air when the ladder he was on collapsed beneath him and he fell to a concrete floor shattering his right wrist in several places and fracturing his left wrist. Alex was rushed to a South Bend, IN hospital and then immediately sent to a specialist in Indianapolis, IN for days of surgery." more

The Who had this update for fans: Roger Daltrey's Tour is in its final stages and concludes at the end of November, in time for Roger and the band to take a well-earned rest over the Christmas holidays. As much as he enjoyed last year's shows, Roger is definitely NOT performing with the Transiberian Orchestra this year. Maybe that's because he needs the time to devote to a new project that he's been kicking around, ie writing his autobiography. Kicking around? No. We still don't know the official score on that other rumor either. more

LA Weekly spoke with Slash this week and learned that his former Guns N' Roses bandmate Steven Alder will one of the special guests that will join him at the LAYN Benefit in Los Angeles on 11/22. You can check out the full feature here

According to Hits Daily Double Them Crooked Vultures' self-titled debut album is on track to sell between 70,000 and 75,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release. more

Anvil can put away those Oscar acceptance speeches, because they won't be going to the awards next year. more

Skillet will be hitting the road in 2010 in support of Shinedown and Puddle Of Mudd more

Past Lives, one of the new projects from The Blood Brothers have announced their debut full length. The record is titled Tapestry of Webs and is due out February 23, 2010. more

Chuck Berry has postponed his forthcoming UK tour. The move comes after the legendary blues guitarist recently cancelled a gig at The Troxy in London on November 28. more

On November 17, Allman Brothers/Gov't Mule guitarist Warren Haynes joined legendary heavy rockers Deep Purple onstage for the classic "Black Night" in Amsterdam, Holland more

Rose Funeral are heading back on the road with Polish death metal band Vader. Label mates Lazarus A.D. will also be on board for a few dates of this trek and among other bands on the tour are Decrepit Birth, Warbringer, Augury and Success Will Write Apocalypse Across The Sky. more

Dark Tranquillity have extended their upcoming Russian tour to three dates. more

The Showdown have canceled their remaining tour dates with Impending Doom and Oh, Sleeper more

L.A. Guns vocalist Phil Lewis and guitarist Stacey Blades will be doing a special acoustic night at the Whisky A Go Go in Los Angeles, CA on Wednesday November 25th. more -



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