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Guns N' Russia- Volcano Won't Stop Metallica- AC/DC Release Highway to Hell Video- Phoenix Score Coppola Film- Specials Medical Emergency- Lennon's Stash and more

04/20/2010
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Guns N' Roses have finally agreed to come and play in the Russian capital, reports Prime Time Russia. They will be "knocking on heaven's door" in Moscow during their first-ever gig at the Olympiysky Stadium on June 8. more

Metallica aren't letting a little volcanic ash wreck their European tour - they've taken to the continent's roads and railways to get to their Lithuanian and Russian shows this week. Last week's eruption of the Eyjafjallajokull volcano in Iceland caused air traffic chaos across Europe as thick clouds of ash prompted the cancellation of 63,000 flights over the weekend. more

Phoenix will score the new Sophia Coppola film. Guitarist Christian Mazzalai tells MTV, "She asked us to do some music, very in the spirit of 'Love Like a Sunset,' so we tried to put that track and elements of the track in the movie, and it worked well," explained Mazzalai. "And then we wrote very small pieces of music, very minimal music for the movie too. We're very proud of it." more

Ska legends The Specials were forced to cancel their show at Toronto's Sound Academy scheduled to take place Monday (April 19) because of an unforeseen medical emergency ailment, reports Chart Attack but before you start to worry, The Specials are still scheduled to play their New York concerts on Tuesday and Wednesday more

Sharon Osbourne says she's having her breast implants removed this summer and will give them to her husband, Ozzy Osbourne, as a paperweight. more.

Visit Amazon.com today to watch the exclusive video premiere of "Highway to Hell" from the AC/DC: Iron Man 2 album, available in stores today here

Builders working at a house once owned by John Lennon believe they've dug up the stash of LSD he buried in the grounds in 1967. more

The new lineup of Jane's Addiction featuring the band's latest addition, bassist Duff McKagan (Velvet Revolver, Guns N' Roses, Duff Mckagan's Loaded) has announced two new tour dates more

After losing two members within the last week, Of Machines have decided to call it a day. more

Smashing Pumpkins released "Astral Planes," the next track off of their tradition breaking release, Teargarden by Kaleidyscope, this past Friday, April 16, exclusively on Amoeba.com. Astral Planes is the fourth song that Smashing Pumpkins are offering to their fans for free off of the new project. Get it here

Former Deep Purple Frontman Glenn Hughes has announced a full UK Tour this September. more

Jars of Clay will headline the Imagine No Malaria concert on April 25th in Austin, Texas, on the south steps of the State Capitol from 2-5 p.m. The free concert is part of UMC's $75 million initiative to eliminate malaria deaths in Africa. more

The volcanic activity in Iceland has forced Snapcase to cancel their European shows, which were to take place this week. The group does apparently intend to reschedule the shows. more

Crowded House's new album, 'Intriguer', the follow-up to 2007's 'Time On Earth', will be released on June 14 by Mercury Records, according to NME. more

Overkill will make their first ever trek to Australia in September, with Mortal Sin as main support. more

"Ocean's Eleven" producer Jerry Weintraub wants to write you a song about the man who discovered Aretha Franklin, Bob Dylan and Bruce Springsteen. That would be John Hammond, the Columbia Records talent scout and record producer more

Blues guitar legend Bobby Parker - whose seminal late 50's -early 60's singles "Watch Your Step", "Blues Get Off My Shoulder" and "Steal Your Heart Away" have influenced rock royalty ranging from The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Eric Clapton, Deep Purple, Carlos Santana, The Allman Brothers, Fleetwood Mac's Peter Green, Prince and Robin Trower - has announced the first round of U.S. tour dates. more

Remember the Naked Coachella Wizard, who had the misfortune of being tasered when security and police found him gallivanting around sans vetements last year? Well, it seems his apprentice was arrested for running around in the nudie at the festival this past weekend more

According to an update from the Misfits, they are held over in Italy by popular demand and have added two shows to their schedule for this week. more

Black Pyramid will soon hit the road with Let The Night Roar for a two-week tour. more

Digital music store 7digital offers up and coming music writers prizes for their reviews. The contest is open to individuals in the US who are interested in music journalism whether to build their writing portfolio or who would just like to try their hand at writing. more

Cry For Liberty is a new super group featuring current and former members of Ill Nino, Soulfly, Pro-Pain, M.O.D., Media Lab and Aizen. The band was born after some old friends decided to take a couple of fun jams and tons of heavy riffs and turn it into a new project. more

Balfor, who recently signed to Pulverised Records, issued a statement announcing guitarist Agnarr's unexpected departure. Agnarr was forced to quit the band following a recent injury that's said to be serious enough to stop the guitarist from performing in the studio or live. more

M.ILL.ION are among the bands confirmed to play the Stockholm Rock Out Festival , which takes place in Stockholm, Sweden April 30th - May 1st. more

Tawn Mastrey's sister, Cara Mastrey, will be launching a new book during this week's Happenin' at the Aqua Lounge in Beverly Hills. The Happenin will of course feature live music sets, this week from members of Wallflowers, Filter and more. Grab all the details here -

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