Quicks: Lynyrd Skynyrd, Fleetwood Mac, Lil Wayne, Still Remains, Raging Speedhorn, Extreme, Download Fest

(antiMusic) A previously unreleased song featuring Lynyrd Skynyrd's original lineup may surface on the Southern rock band's next studio album, which is expected out in early 2009. Guitarist Gary Rossington tells Billboard.com that he recently unearthed the song, "Cottonmouth Country," from the archives. (article)

Lindsey Buckingham tells Billboard.com the group is "looking at the idea of touring sometime in the first half of 2009," possibly with some new material to play. As for the possible addition of Crow, he reports, "I don't think anything is written in stone yet." (article)

STILL REMAINS has released the following statement: "We've decided to make this headlining tour our last as STILL REMAINS and Cornerstone Festival our last show." (article)

Lil Wayne's oft-delayed "Tha Carter III" album will at last be released on May 13th via Young Money/Cash Money/Universal Motown. (article)

British band Raging Speedhorn is calling it quits after roughly ten years together. "Some of our old friends knew this already but a while ago we decided that after 10 years it is time to move on and do something else, create something new."(article)

Reunited Massachusetts hard rockers EXTREME featuring original members Nuno Bettencourt, Gary Cherone, Pat Badger and new sticksman Kevin Figueiredo will co-headline the Rock Of Ages - A September To Remember Festival on September 13 at Palasharp in Milan, Italy. (article)

BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE and SEETHER have been confirmed for this year's Download festival, set to take place the weekend of June 13-15 at Donington Park, Leicestershire, UK. (full lineup)

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