Ozzfest Announcement Tonight- Lennon's A Day in Life Lyrics for Sale- Dears Reunion- Bret Michaels- Adam Ant Wants To Fight Who?- Susan Reed Dies and more

Ozzy's official site says that he will embark on an 18-month world tour (dates TBA) in support of new forthcoming album, Scream. The site also says that news about Ozzfest will emerge This Friday night, April 30 (that's tonight for those without a calendar.) That news could be about the return of the fest as a tour, a one-off date, or an announcement that it won't happen at all. Check Ozzy.com tonight to learn what's what. In the meantime, if you want info on his new album, go here.

Blink-182 stepped into the studio briefly before its tour and will resume working on the album in June. Check out a feature with Tom DeLonge at the Chicago Tribune here

Deftones will perform an hour long global webcast live from Dallas on May 4th, 2010. The band will perform live and take questions from fans who log into USTREAM.TV/DEFTONES on May 4th at 5pm PST / 8pm EST.

Interpol are offering a free mp3 download of a new track called "Lights" here

Susan Reed, the cabaret singer whom Life magazine saluted in a l955 cover story as the leading lady of the folk music era, has died. She was 84. more

John Lennon's handwritten lyrics to "A Day in the Life," considered one of the Beatles' greatest songs and the final track on "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band," will go on sale in New York in June. more

Bret Michaels "sounds like Bret" nearly a week after suffering a massive brain hemorrhage, his sister told a radio show Wednesday more In related news, There will be a press conference on Tuesday at which doctors who have been treating Bret Michaels will further explain his condition, treatment and prognosis. "If a patient survives the initial rupture, the first 7 to 10 days after are the most critical as an additional rupture or other complications may arise." more

The Dears' lineup seems to change more frequently than the prime minister shuffles his cabinet, and now they've switched things around again. But there's reason for longtime Dears fans to rejoice: Patrick Krief is officially back in the band. more

Whoever missed the Godsmack radio takeover with Sully, you can still listen to it on WAAF here

Adam Ant has laid into Liam Gallagher challenging the ex-Oasis man to a fight and writing a song which attacks both Gallagher brothers. The pop icon, who is currently working on new material, admitted to Thequietus.com that he'd still like to take on Liam, even thought he's probably got a "very big bodyguard". more

Metallica's classic 1986 release Master Of Puppets has topped MusicRadar.com's poll of 50 Greatest Heavy Metal Albums Of All Time. Who was no 6? Or the new no 2? find out here

According to an update sent to BW&BK by My Ruin vocalist founder Tairrie B. the band's new album is entitled Ghosts And Good Stories and will be released in August more

Kid Rock has signed up to host the 2010 CMT Music Awards in Nashville, Tennessee on June 9. more

The Offspring will perform at the Taste Of Minnesota in Harriet Island Park this July 5 in St. Paul along with 311 and Pepper. more

Lord Mantis, featuring members of Nachtmystium and Indian, has lined up a brief May run, primarily on the East Coast. more

Iron Maiden will be rounding off the first leg of their Final Frontier World Tour with an exclusive show at the Valencia Auditorio Marina Sur in Spain on Saturday, August 21. more

Phil Collins will play an exclusive pre-festival concert before the 2010 Montreux Jazz Festival featuring Roxy Music, Massive Attack and a host of big jazz acts, festival organizers said on Thursday. more

American Me, Of Salt & Swine, and The Oppressor will team up for a West Coast tour in June. more

Devildriver have recruited producer Mark Lewis (Trivium, Chimaira, All That Remains) to helm their new album, tentatively due in early 2011 more

Three new entries in the top ten of Billboard's European Albums chart are headed by AC/DC's #1 debut with the soundtrack of Iron Man 2 (Columbia/Sony Music Entertainment). more

Tod Howarth has completed work on his much anticipated release Opposite Gods after three years of dedication to the project. more

Them Crooked Vultures have announced a venue a change for their May 12th show in Montreal, Quebec. Originally due to take place at Cepsum, the show has been moved to Metropolis. more

Malevolent Creation, have finished recording their 11th full-length studio album. Entitled Invidious Dominion, the record was co-produced, recorded and mixed by Erik Rutan more

Billboard had an interesting article that puts the decline in music profits in perspective. Here is part of it: Comparing the late 2000s to the late 1990s incongruently matches an industry between product cycles (the decline of CD and the rise of digital) to an industry at the apex of the CD's product cycle. Even though the late '90s was the high point for recorded music revenue, it was an aberration. The CD was an unusually successful format the likes of which will not be seen again soon. more

Lee Popa, a veteran sound engineer, producer/remixer and musician who has worked with some of the biggest names in Rock and Metal, has announced that he is suffering from primary sclerosing cholangitis (PSC) and is in need of a partial liver transplant. more

Swedish rockers Crashdiet have a announced a summer tour with fellow countrymen, and 2008 Sleaze Roxx Top 10 winners, Bullet as openers. more

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