Rolling Stone Assault Warning- Guns N' Roses Heading South- Weezer Leave Geffen- My Chemical Metal?- John Lennon's Star Missing- Vince Neil Slaughtered and more

Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood, 62, has been cautioned by police for common assault following an incident in Surrey earlier this month. It is understood a passer-by dialed police as a violent argument took place between Wood and his 21-year-old on-off girlfriend Ekaterina Ivanova. more

Stereokill.net reports: Weezer are parting ways with Geffen Records. During a stint hosting MTV's Subterranean, frontman Rivers Cuomo revealed that the band plan on releasing material on their own from now on. more

John Lennon's Hollywood Walk Of Fame star has been removed from the ground and possibly stolen, according to reports. The outline of the star, which was laid at 1750 Vine Street in 1988, is currently being covered up by a plastic bag more

According to Rolling Stone Brasil, producer Time For Fun announced yesterday (Tuesday, December 22) that after nine years (when the band played at Rock In Rio 3), Guns N' Roses will play five shows in Brazil in March 2010. more

Doug Elfman of LVRJ.com recently interviewed Motley Crue's Vince Neil. Neil discusses a variety of topics and drops the news that he is working a solo album, and an autobiography. Neil is recording with Dana Strum and Jeff Blando (both of Slaughter); and drummer Zoltan Chaney. more

Wilco have announced plans to tour North American next February and March. Beginning in Missoula, Montana on February 7, the Chicago group will then plays shows across America and Canada. more

My Chemical Romance's frontman says much of the as-yet-untitled album, which the band are currently recording, is drawn from Judas Priest's music and... kind of surprisingly, Blade Runner. Way points out that the vibe of the new track is similar to Priest's "Living After Midnight." "Judas Priest is considered metal, but it's great rock 'n' roll. It's having nothing to do with that era of metal, the hair rock, but then having everything to do with like the birth of power-anthem metal. After [additional new track] 'Trans Am,' that started to really bleed into the record." more. Note: "British Steel" came out in 1980, half a decade before MTV helped usher in the 80s answer to emo = "cock rock". So it's a little like lumping My Chemical Romance in with Limp Bizkit and Crazy Town.

Former Stone Roses frontman Ian Brown has been released without charge after being questioned on suspicion of assaulting his wife. The 46-year-old was arrested in west London last month. more

Sky Eats Airplane introduce two new voices for the band: Bryan Zimmerman (Lead Vocals) and Elliot Coleman (Vocals/Bass). They also Posted some new demo material on Myspace here -

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