Body of Missing Drummer Found- Rolling Stones Star Lands TV Show- Nirvana Unbanned- Slayer Fun Fun Fun- Red Hot Chili Peppers Surprise- Axemaster Return- more
(NME) Rolling Stone and Faces man Ronnie Wood has landed his very own television program. The Ronnie Wood show will launch on Sky Arts next February and is said to be a continuation of his award winning Absolute Radio show more
(Jam!) Nirvana have had the cover art of their classic album Nervermind restored on Facebook.com following reports the image of a naked baby violated the website's terms and conditions. more
(NME) Plans to dedicate bridge to Kurt Cobain are shelved However, a small piece of land on the Wishkah River will be named the Cobain Landing more
(MU) Austin360.com reports Slayer will be performing at Fun Fun Fun Fest. The three day festival takes place at Auditorium Shores in Austin, Texas on November 4-6, 2011. more
(MU) Axemaster has officially reformed and begun songwriting for the band's next release. Original Axemaster members Joe Sims and Brian Henderson have returned to the band and they have also recruited new vocalist Tony Webster (Archetype, ex-Mo Rage) for the upcoming release. more
(FMQB) The Red Hot Chili Peppers played a surprise gig in Big Sur, CA Wednesday night, their first with new guitarist Josh Klinghoffer and live percussionist Mauro Refosco as part of the lineup. more
(BMN) Hellyeah — featuring Vinnie Paul Abbott (Pantera, Damageplan), Chad Gray and Greg Tribbett (Mudvayne), Tom Maxwell (Nothingface) and Bob "Zilla" Kakaha (Damageplan) — is continuing work on its third album at Abbott's home in Arlington, Texas, where he has a studio set up. The group states via Twitter, "We are finishing up the music this weekend and starting on vocals next week! Our heaviest record yet! Hellyeah!" more
(Lambgoat) The first batch of dates has been announced by organizers of the Crush 'Em All Tour II, slated to feature After The Burial, Veil Of Maya, Misery Signals, and Within The Ruins in addition to several other bands appearing on select dates. more
(MU) Patterns is back after a hiatus and is writing a new album. The band's first album, "The Chosen," is currently available for free download at their Facebook page more
Exhumed will tour North America this fall with Goatwhore and Cephalic Carnage. more
On this day in 1966, Eric Clapton, Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker made their live debut as Cream at The Twisted Wheel, Manchester, England.
On this day in 1966, Datebook published Maureen Cleave’s interview with John Lennon in which he said, “We’re bigger than Jesus now.” American Christians reacted with outrage, organizing “Beatle bonfires” and burning the group’s records.
On this day in 1973, Led Zeppelin lost $180,000 in cash when a thief made off with their safe deposit box from two Madison Square Garden concerts in New York City.
On this day in 1974, Mamas and the Papas singer Cass Elliot died in her sleep from a heart attack after playing a sold-out show in London, England. She was staying at Harry Nilsson’s London flat when she died. Her only solo hit was “Dream a Little Dream of Me.” Find out what else happened on this date in music history here