Kelly Clarkson Still Sucks- Judas Priest, Megadeth and Testament Tour- McCartney Gets Sirius- New Stone Sour Album Planned- Fiddy Off The Hook and more

(antiMusic) Kelly Clarkson's new single "My Life Would Suck Without You" dominated the Billboard Hot 100 chart coming in at #1 for the second week in a row. In addition, the song holds #1 spot on the Digital Chart for the second week in a row with 495,888 sold in its first two weeks. "My Life Would Suck Without You" is the first single off Clarkson's fourth album titled All I Ever Wanted (19 Recordings/RCA Records) which will be released on March 10th.

Judas Priest have announced a UK arena tour with Megadeth and Testament named as support acts. The tour will take start at the end of next week, and will run from February 13 more

Rapper Jim Jones has pleaded not guilty to beating a friend of pop star Ne-Yo at an upscale New York store. more

Sirius XM Radio will launch an exclusive Paul McCartney channel in honor of The Fireman McCartney's alter ego and the new critically acclaimed album, Electric Arguments. more

Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor says he hopes to record the new Stone Sour album next January and February, with a tentative release in the spring of 2010. He added that he will begin work on his solo album around that time as well. more

Fall Of Serenity has fallen, the band comments: "After 10 years, we have to close the chapter Fall Of Serenity. In the last weeks we thought, after almost splitting up in 2008, we could go on doing the next record - at least after a break from playing live. But something unexpected happened just this week. Our singer John will join the band Deadlock on the bass position. These circumstances, and the global warming, make it impossible to go on. So we felt that we, including John, should finally end it."more

Black Math Horseman have signed with Tee Pee Records and are set to release their debut LP Wyllt on April 21st. The record was recorded and produced by Scott Reeder (Kyuss, Unida).

Psychedelic pop rockers Holy Rolling Empire have announced the release of their debut album, Gigantis, due out March 3 on Burning House Records. The Tucson, AZ natives have created a sound reminiscent of the sixties and seventies eras, topped with a modern flair and undeniably catchy riffs. grab a listen

Razorlight will be performing "Wire to Wire" on Last Call with Carson Daly on February 6th

After Forever have decided to break up. The band says in part, "After nearly 15 years and with heavy hearts, we have decided to call an end to a great and exciting time as After Forever. We are extremely proud of what we have accomplished, and especially of the road we took to get here." more

Neil Diamond, Stevie Wonder, M.I.A., Smokey Robinson, Robin Thicke, Allen Toussaint and Terence Blanchard have joined the performance lineup for Sunday's Grammy Awards at Los Angeles' Staples Center.more

A New York judge has thrown out a $50 million lawsuit filed by an ex-girlfriend of 50 Cent who claimed the rapper promised to take care of her for life.more

Live Nation and CBS Radio have entered into a multi-year agreement to produce select radio-sponsored concerts at Live Nation's more than 110 venues across North America.more

Norway has officially dropped the once much-heralded investigation of iTunes now that the service has dropped DRM protections from its catalog. - more

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