Red Hot Chili Peppers New Album- Led Steven Tyler Chaka- New Coldplay Controversy- Hopesfall and Codeseven Reunion Gig- Stone Sour- Shizzle My Nizzle- more

(Antiquiet) Flea took it to Twitter to announce that the Red Hot Chili Pepper's new record is finally coming on August 30, entitled I'm With You. Coming 5 years after their last album, Stadium Arcadium, I'm With You is set to be the first without Frusciante since 1995's One Hot Minute (which featured Dave Navarro on the guitar). more

(Billboard) Chaka Khan may be a legacy artist in the industry, but that isn't to say the legendary songstress isn't as busy as ever. At the top of her list? A duets album, including a Led Zeppelin cover alongside "American Idol" judge and Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler. more

(Jam!) Coldplay's new track "Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall "debuted on Friday, but many fans were quick to point out that it sounds a lot like a song called "Ritmo De La Noche," which has been recorded by acts including Mystic, the Sacados and Chocolate. Their camp say it was intentional and they even worked with the original songwriters more

(Lambgoat) Both Hopesfall and Codeseven will apparently reunite at the same show in August. Said show will take place on August 5th at Ziggy's in Winston-Salem, NC. more

(Metalrage) Slipknot/Stone Sour singer Corey Taylor was interviewed at the first-ever Carolina Rebellion festival. When asked about his plans for the foreseeable future, Taylor said, "We're talking about doing another Stone Sour album. I've already got about 16 songs written. We're gonna do something? This will the first time we get to do back-to-back albums." more

(BW&BK) Slayer bassist/vocalist Tom Araya received the key to his birth city Vi˝a del Mar, Chile on Friday, June 3rd from Mayor Virginia Reginato for Musical Career Recognition. This is the first official recognition of Chile to Tom Araya, who left Chile at five years of age with his family for the US. Check out video footage here

(The 1st Five) F**ked Up's new album David Comes To Life hits stores this Tuesday, June 7th. To celebrate the release F**ked Up will be opening their own record store in Toronto for one day only to sell fans David Comes To Life and, from what it sounds like, other rare goodies. more

Enabler and Ambassador Gun will be touring together in support of their upcoming split more

(NME) AC/DC hint 40th anniversary will be marked with new album and tour Brian Johnson says band 'haven't reached our full-stop yet' more

(Metalrage) Helix are planning to release a compilation album in the fall featuring five new songs plus selections from the band's previous three CDs, "When Pigs Fly", "Vagabond Bones", and "Power Of Rock And Roll". more

Rival Sons, who are preparing for the release of their new album, Pressure & Time, have confirmed two headlining shows in the UK. The band will play two headlining shows in Leeds and London on July 12th and 13th respectively, before joining Judas Priest and Queensr che more

(AA) Fans of the band Splender have been anxiously awaiting new music from the band who last released an album over 9 years ago. It was rumored that the band would release an album in 2010, but the release never came to fruition. Splender lead singer Waymon Boone set the record straight on the status of the band in a recent interview with Alternative Addiction here

(BW&BK) Rhapsody of Fire vocalist Fabio Lione on Kamelot - "If they would ask me, I'd be more than happy to join the band permanently" more

Ligeia will team up with In Alcatraz 1962 for a brief July tour in Eastern Canada. more

(Punknews.org) Vendetta Red, who split in 2006, have returned with plans for a new album and an appearance at this year's Bumbershoot Music and Arts Festival in Seattle, WA on Monday, September 5th. more

On this day in 1979, Def Leppard played at Crookes Workingman's Club in Sheffield. The gig was reviewed in the U.K. music paper Sounds, which led to a recording contract with Phonogram Records.

On this day in 2002, The Ramones bassist Dee Dee Ramone (Douglas Glenn Colvin) died at his Hollywood, CA apartment from a heroin overdose. He was 49. Colvin was the group's primary songwriter, penning such classic Ramones songs as "Rockaway Beach," "'53rd & 3rd'" and "Poison Heart."

On this day in 2003, a High court judge in London ruled that rap lyrics should be treated as a foreign language after admitting that he was unsure of the meaning of "shizzle my nizzle" and "mish mish man." The court battle was over a copyright issue between the Ant'ill Mob and the Heartless Crew. Find out what else happened on this date in music history here

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