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Bret Michaels Suffers Setback- Punks Beat-up Nazis- Owl City Plans Next CD- Trent's New Band- AC/DC Singer Scores Indie Film- Dennis Quaid Rocks antiMusic and more

04/28/2010
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Test results indicate a setback in Bret Michaels condition: a side effect from the brain hemorrhage called hyponatremia, a lack of sodium in the body which leads to seizures, according to his website. Due to the severity of his condition, Bret Michaels continues to remain hospitalized in critical but stable condition according to his doctors. more.

Reuters further reported, Doctors treating rocker Bret Michaels for a brain hemorrhage are hopeful he will make a full recovery, but regaining his health will be painful and could take weeks or months, the singer's publicist said on Tuesday. more

Three men who showed up in full Nazi regalia to a Murphy's Law show at a Philadelphia area bar Friday night were attacked by as many as 50 people on the streets after leaving the venue, according to witnesses and club management. Philly.com reports Khyber owner Stephen Simons, who was not at the show, said he had been told that the crowd inside "largely ignored and mocked" the three men. But after they exited the club, on 2nd Street near Chestnut, they were attacked by a group of up to 50 people, he said. more

Owl City, a.k.a. Adam Young spoke with MTV about working his follow up album. Here is a bit from that article, "Currently, the wheels are turning, so I'm really excited to get off the road here in a couple of weeks and get back down into the studio and kind of hide away and be kind of an evil genius for a little while and see what happens," he said. "People are always telling you where to go, but ... here and there I get a stab of inspiration, so I try to run to the laptop and type it out, or kind of demo it out on guitar." Read it all here

AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson is set to pen a few songs for the soundtrack for the forthcoming indie pic "Doonby," which is being described as a cross between "It's A Wonderful Life" and "Crazy Heart." more

Tool have announced some summer tour dates on their website more

There's a new band on the scene, entitled How To Destroy Angels. Why should you care? Because it's likely Nine Inch Nails' Trent Reznor's new project with his new wife Mariqueen, formerly of West Indian Girl more

Variety magazine has once again sued The Vandals for their 2004 parody version of the logo from Hollywood Potato Chip. The band settled the issue initially in late 2004, but the issue has come up again due to the parody mark appearing on other sites more

For this week's Happenin' in Beverly Hills, antiMusic is pleased to present a performance by film star Dennis Quaid and his band The Sharks! Even better you can get in free when you mention "Happenin' Harry" at the door. Grab all the details here

Phoenix have announced details of a one-off show at the Hollywood Bowl in California. Taking place on September 18, the French group will play with support from Grizzly Bear and Girls. more

Slash is set to play Australia this August with a selection of shows throughout the country. more

Whitechapel drummer Kevin Lane has "irritated" an injury to his ankle and will miss the band's tour with Job for a Cowboy and Cattle Decapitation while he rests his foot more

Punk legends D.O.A. are set to release their 13th studio album "Talk - Action = 0" on June 8th via Sudden Death Records more

Nile will return to the North American tour circuit this fall for the "Those Whom The Gods Detest Tour II." Joining them will be Ex Deo, Psycroptic, Keep Of Kalessin, and Pathology. dates

Godsmack will be making the late night circuit next week. First up they'll be on Leno Monday, May 3rd and then on Jimmy Kimmel Live on May 5th.

Judas Priest fromtman Rob Halford will be the featured guest on the nationally syndicated US radio show Rockline with host Bob Coburn on Monday, May 10th at 8:30pm PST / 11:30pm EST more

HellHound parted ways with vocalist Mike Walish in February and began searching for a replacement. more

Before her disappearance (and subsequent death) at a Metallica concert Morgan Harrington planned on going with her mother, Gil, to Zambia this year to see the Omni School and the children she heard so much about. Her murder ended those plans, but the education major's memory lives on. The groundbreaking on a school for second and third graders in Zambia recently took place, and it will be named after Harrington.more

The Banner has checked in with an update regarding their previously announced final release: " 'Born to Ruin,' is now going to be an LP. We have got about 15-16 demos in various stages of done-ness that need to be hammered in submission" more

Metallica told fans on Thursday that the Sonisphere Festival in the Czech Republic on June 19, has moved from Mimoň Airport to Milovice Airport, only 47 km from Prague more

Aggressive Disorder - who only just reformed last March - have broken up again. more

Parade The Day have reunited. The band has also announced two shows and that they are recording new material. more -

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