New Radiohead CD in the Works, Music Downloaders Arrested, 3 Doors Singer Down, Queen Rocks Ukraine, Kelis Cleared, Historical Twist and more

(antiMusic) Apparently we aren't too far away from a new Radiohead release. This according to the following NME report: Radiohead have been working on the follow-up to their recent 'In Rainbows' album. 'We've finished the main bulk of it' says Colin Greenwood. Speaking to BBC 6music after losing the Nationwide Mercury Prize to Elbow on Tuesday (September 9), the band's Ed O'Brien said that they plan to work on their next album after touring commitments.

Six music fans have been charged in connection with a police enquiry into music sharing site OiNK. OiNK closed down last year after reports that users were using it to illegally share pre-release music. more

Queen sang to tens of thousands of Ukrainians in a charity concert meant to raise money and AIDS awareness in this ex-Soviet republic. Cheering fans packed the central square Friday in Ukraine's second-largest city, to listen to the legendary British rock band, whose lead vocalist Freddie Mercury died of an AIDS-related illness in 1991.more

3 Doors Down have been forced to postpone seven shows on their current North American trek, as singer Brad Arnold battles laryngitis. more

Speaking of down: Rapper Snoop Dogg has been granted a visa to enter Australia for a concert tour, the immigration department announced Friday (Sept. 12) after finishing a full character assessment of the entertainer.more

A Miami judge Friday (September 12) dismissed charges against Kelis stemming from a bizarre incident in the Floridian city last year. The singer was accused of disrupting a police operation at a South Beach nightclub by rushing toward undercover authorities and screaming racial profanities. more

A planned covers album by the Who, to be produced by T-Bone Burnett, is on hold but still on the British duo's radar, according to frontman Roger Daltrey.more

Chubby Checker's "Twist" tops all-time singles chart put out by Billboard for their 50th-anniversary Hot 100. "The Twist" is the only song in the history of the Billboard Hot 100 to enjoy two separate chart runs to No. 1: September 19, 1960 (one week), and, after an October 1961 appearance on "The Ed Sullivan Show," January 13, 1962 (two weeks). It also set a record for the most weeks (39) on the Hot 100 by a No. 1 song. Read more and see some surprising entries in the top 10 here

Kylie Minogue to sing at Dubai private party for a reported $4 million details

Sevendust guitarist Clint Lowery entered a studio on Thursday (September 11) to begin recording his first solo album. Work on the project is expected to be finished by the end of October, although a release date has yet to be determined. more

After his short stint with Revolting, Kam Lee (Denial Fiend / ex-Massacre) has decided to spawn another creature spewing forth a remarkably similar path called Bone Gnawer. The new band will be working with Pulverised Records for their debut effort. more

Kreator has announced that their forthcoming new album will be entitled, "Hordes Of Chaos" and will be released on January 16th via SPV Records.more

Loudness have released a new four-disc DVD set entitled "The Legend Of Loudness - Live Complete Best" in Japan through Tokuma Communications. It features footage spanning the band's entire career more

Black Label Society will embark on a 10-city European tour in November/December, culminating in a headlining appearance at this year's Hard Rock Hell II festival, set to take place December 5-7, 2008 at Prestatyn Sands, North Wales, UK. dates

The Weepies will play themselves on the Wednesday, October 22 (10:00 pm et/pt) episode of the ABC television series Dirty Sexy Money, performing the song "Somebody Loved" from their very first album as a pair, Happiness. Wow, we thought that show was cancelled half-way through the pilot. Learn something new everyday.

London, England based experimental metal band Capricorns have uploaded the new song "November Suicides" to its MySpace page. The track will appear on the band's impending new album, River, Bear Your Bones, which will see a September 30, 2008 North American release. Check out "November Suicides" here

Irish hard rock legends Thin Lizzy have "decided not to do the upcoming shows in Germany," according to a band update. more

Tommi "Rotten" Virranta of Deatchain and Survivors Zero fame has been chosen as the new lead singer of Finnish modern thrashers Discard. more

Dance Club Massacre has cancelled their previously announced October tour. The group had the following to say: "We regret to inform everyone that we will not be playing any of the shows we had booked in October due to a number of reasons. - more

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