Band Arrested For Stealing Vegetable Oil- Nevermore's Sheppard Recovering From Brain Surgery- Bob Seger Excited About New Album- Dillinger Public Enemy Plan- more

The Day in Rock Digest for 03/24/11: OFF! was reportedly arrested in Arizona en route to SXSW for stealing used vegetable oil from a restaurant in order to power their biodiesel van. more

Pete Townsend claims he wishes he'd never joined The Who. In a light-hearted introduction for one-off magazine The Who: Ultimate Music Guide, he says: "What would I have done differently? I'd never have joined a band. I would have made a much more effective solo performer and producer working the way Brian Eno has worked." more

Nevermore bassist Jim Sheppard is recovering from surgery to remove a brain tumor and is on course to make a full recovery, says singer Warrel Dane. more

The Dillinger Escape Plan's Ben Weinman posted a cover / collaboration between tDEP and Chuck D of Public Enemy doing Public Enemy‘s Fight the Power on his facebook page more

Corey Taylor has spoken more frankly than ever about being "scared to death" about playing a Slipknot tour without tragic bassist Paul Gray, who died last year. more

With a two-month tour set to launch Mar. 26 in Toledo, Bob Seger has "stopped dead" on recording his first all-new album since 2006's "Face the Promise." But he's excited with what he has so far. more

Don't Panic has a new interview with Gary Numan where they cover a lot of ground including what a regular day in the life of Gary Numan entails. Check it out here

Mastodon has posted projection film clips online to promote the band's new live CD/DVD set "Mastodon: Live At The Aragon." "Live At The Aragon" was released on March 15, 2011 through Reprise Records. more

Death Angel will release their brand new DVD entitled Death Angel: A Thrashumentary in the Spring of 2012. See a special 12 minute trailer at this year’s Heavy Metal Film Festival, to take place in Los Angeles on March 31st through April 2nd 2011. more

Condemned and Fallujah will tour the West Coast together in April. more

Exhumed has announced its first North American headlining tour in six years. The trek, in support of the band's brand new full-length album, "All Guts, No Glory", will also include Cephalic Carnage and special guests Macabre and Withered. more

Judas Priest have added a date in Thessaloniki, Greece to their upcoming Epitaph World Tour. more

The promoters of the Warped Tour have announced the addition of Madina Lake, Permanent Bastards, Street Dogs, Jack's Mannequin, and more

Billy Idol / Camp Freddy guitarist Billy Morrison tells fans: "I'm honored to tell you that a group of us have been invited to play an intimate acoustic performance at the Playboy Mansion on April 30th as part of the 55th Thalians Gala." more

Unleashed have dropped off the bill for Hellfest, set to take place June 17th-19th in Clisson, France. more

On this day in 1958, Elvis Presley reported to the Memphis draft board. From there he and 12 other recruits were taken by bus to Kennedy Veterans Memorial Hospital where the singer was assigned army serial number 53310761.

On this day in 1973, during a Lou Reed show in Buffalo, New York, a fan jumped on stage and bit Reed on the bottom. The man was thrown out of the theatre and Reed continued with the show.

On this day in 2001, a stretch of road on Highway 19 in Macon, Georgia, was named Duane Allman Boulevard, near where the Allman Brothers guitarist died aged 24 in a motorcycle crash on October 29, 1971. Find out what else happened on this date in music history here

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