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Ozzy Movie A Go- Metallica Robbed- Corgan Smashes Courtney Love- Aerosmith Stalled- Glenn Hughes Denies Supergroup Problems- Idlewild Going Idle and more

04/27/2010
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A movie based on the life of Ozzy Osbourne is to go into production imminently. Blabbermouth have reported that Sharon Osbourne said of these plans: "There's about to be a big announcement. It's been picked up and it's going into production. more

Volcanic ash meant the Metallica had to take the train to Russia for their gig. But that inconvenience seemed small for frontman James Hetfield after he was allegedly robbed in a Moscow restaurant. Hetfield claims he and his bandmates had steaks and salads worth around 8,000 roubles ($270). The frontman paid by card, but later he saw that he had been billed over 19,000 roubles that is twice the bill. more

Antiquiet reports that Smashing Pumpkins nucleus Billy Corgan appears to have had enough of Courtney Love's general batsh*ttery and gnawing every hand that feeds her down to a bloody stump, and this morning gave the chief Hole a pull-no-punches piece of his mind. It may have been sparked by Love's thinly-veiled unflattering comments on the Stern show. more

Things might not be over for the supergroup of Glenn Hughes, Joe Bonamassa, Derek Sherinian and Jason Bonham, despite recent (original) comments from producer Kevin Shirley. Glenn Hughes posted the following on Twitter, "Don't worry, we have made an amazin' album. We ain't splittin' up." and Shirley was "urged to amend" his earlier comments, read what he says now here

Idlewild will go their separate ways once they conclude their current U.K. tour - blaming the hiatus on a lack of "demand" for their music. The band will take an extended break after they wrap up a series of gigs in Britain and Ireland in May. more

Nine Inch Nails fans have compiled a live DVD of the group's final performance from last September 10, which will be distributed online. more

Rush guitarist Alex Lifeson is a failed child star, it's been revealed in the band's documentary movie. Scenes in Beyond the Lighted Stage show a teenage Lifeson arguing with his parents, in footage which was supposed to appear in a reality film. more

Backstageaxxess.com recently caught up with Aerosmith guitarist for a rare interview. When asked about the prospect of a new Aerosmith CD, Brad responded, "Well, we certainly would like to finish it. We started it about three times now over the past five or six years and just can't seem to finish it. Or something happens and it gets disrupted and we stop and we don't return to it. So we are going to, after this touring is over, we are going to try to do it at that point. I guess we will have to see where everyone is at and if everyone is still into it." more

Four more dates have been announced for Muse's forthcoming tour of the US and Canada more

Amy Winehouse was admitted to hospital on Sunday following a drunken fall which left her with injuries to her face and ribs, according to a U.K. report. more

Former Look Mexico drummer Joshua Mikel recently commented on his notable absence from the band in recent months: "In January I decided my time as the drummer for Look Mexico was up. It happened for a number of reasons, and anyone who is close to me knows that it was an incredibly hard decision that I struggled with for a very long time. I just wasn't happy anymore." more

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club have announced details of a new UK tour for December. The band will play seven gigs as part of the jaunt, kicking off at the Nottingham Rock City venue on December 3. more

Dates have been announced for the Summer Slaughter Tour 2010, set to feature Decapitated, The Faceless, All Shall Perish, The Red Chord, Veil of Maya, Cephalic Carnage, Decrepit Birth, Carnifex, Animals As Leaders, and Vital Remains. Grab em here

Iced Earth has confirmed four North American tour dates for the Fall of 2010. Meant as an 'Escape From The Studio,' these exclusive dates will also get fans the chance to see Jon Schaffer's new project Sons Of Liberty on stage for their first-ever live more

Check out MGMT's debut performance on Saturday Night Live here

Legendary Swedish organist and composer Bo Hansson has passed away at the age of 67. Hansson worked with Janne "Loffe" Karlsson in the duo Hansson & Karlsson in the late 1960s. more

Sanctification have found their man: "We are happy to announce that Arttu Malki (Souldrainer, ex Aeon) is the new drummer of Sanctification! He is a solid drummer with tons of experience and he fit our style perfectly" more

Image The reunited Gamits will hit the studio in June to record The Halves and Half Knots, which will be the band's first new material since 2004's Antidote more

Pretty Maids have parted company with bass player Kenn Jackson. A brief band statement reads: "Pretty Maids would like to thank Kenn for his 19 year long contribution and we wish him all the best of luck in the future" more

Morning has announced that they have decided to call it quits more -

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