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Hear the songs on Slash's new solo album before it hits stores ..1. "Nothing to Say," featuring M Shadows from Avenged Sevenfold is now streaming exclusively on his MySpace page, along with "By The Sword" (Andrew Stockdale of Wolfmother) Listen here. Want to Hear more? A new song from Slash is streaming each day, along with a video interview, on Slash's Amazon store here.

In other Slash news, the guitarist has revealed that Todd Kerns (Sin City Sinners, Static In Stereo, Age Of Electic) has replaced Dave Henning on bass in his touring band. more

Jimi Hendrix: The Story Of The Lost Sex Tape is due out on the Kaleidoscope company on May 3. It contains 11 minutes of porn footage which is being billed as featuring the late guitar legend. more

Fall Out Boy's Patrick Stump is finishing up his still-untitled solo album, on which he plays all the instruments. Stump will mix the new material in May and he hopes to have the album out this summer. more

This weekend, seminal Swedish hardcore pioneers Refused updated their website, which can be seen here. The site reads little more than a cryptic Coming Soon.. and has led a few news outlets and dozens of twitter users to speculate and in some cases, outright assume that the band has reunited. more

Guns N' Roses frontman Axl Rose threatened to walk offstage during a recent gig in Peru. The star stopped their performance in Lima and told fans through an interpreter, he would leave after they threw objects at him. Watch video footage of the incident here

Blaze Bayley were forced to cancel the last show of their European tour at the weekend after drummer Larry Paterson was rushed to hospital. The tubthumper, who also wrote Bayley's biography At the End of the Day, was diagnosed with blood vessel inflammation, and is now at home in the UK resting. more

Check out the video premiere for We Are The Fallen's new single "Bury Me Alive" here. the album will hit stores on 5/11.

British guitar legend Jeff Beck, whose first studio album in seven years, 'Emotion & Commotion' is due to be released April 13, has been added to the lineup of the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival in Manchester, Tennessee on June 12th more

Michael Monroe has already lost two members of his new band. Out go guitarist Todd Youth and drummer Jimmy Clark. With New York Doll Steve Conte and Karl Rockfist of Danzig coming in, respectively. more

The new Dead Weather album, Sea Of Cowards, now has a May 11 release date via Third Man Records/Warner Bros. more

Murder Death Kill has dropped off their upcoming tour with Donnybrook and Grave Maker more

Delores Rhoads, mother of the late guitarist Randy Rhoads and owner of Musonia School of Music in North Hollywood, California turns 90 this month on March 30. TMD has learned that she has been battling a serious bout of bronchitis but is reportedly in 'good spirits' more

Venomin James were hit with tragic news recently. Drummer Jared Koston, 40, was diagnosed with two brain tumors stemming from stage IV Melanoma cancer. His condition is critical. He was released from University Hospital in Cleveland to be at home with this family. more

Dragonwind parted ways with Vocalist Steve Grymek due to the fact that the band wanted to go in a different direction. We hired Steve to do Melodic Death Metal vocals, and he did just what we asked him to do perfectly. However, the band has collectively decided that we no longer want to play Melodic Death Metal, and we are opting for more of a Classic Metal sound in the future. more

Killing Machine have been confirmed for this year's Graspop Metal Meeting which takes place in Dessel, Belgium between 25 and 27 June. Kiilling Machine will perform on the main stage on 26th June 2010. Amongst the headliners this year are Kiss and Aerosmith.

TMD has uncovered rare pro-shot footage of Black Sabbath performing
"Killing Yourself To Live" at the historic California Jam concert. The event was held at the Ontario Motor Speedway in Ontario, California on April 6, 1974, and it attracted 200,000 fans that paid, which at the time, set the record for the highest paid attendance and highest gross in history. more

Former Frehley's Comet vocalist/keyboardist/guitarist Tod Howarth will be releasing his new album, Opposite Gods, on his official website on April 4th. more

Murder Death Kill has dropped off their upcoming tour with Donnybrook and Grave Maker, scheduled to begin in early-April. more

Alice Cooper's seminal 1973 release 'Billion Dollar Babies' has been named Gibson's Classic Album of the Month here

Glen Campbell is collaborating with Jakob Dylan, Chris Isaak, Paul Westerberg, Bob Pollard and others on "Ghost on the Canvas," which is slated to be the veteran singer's farewell album. Producer Julian Raymond told Billboard.com that the album's basic tracks have been recorded in Los Angeles, with orchestra sessions slated for April 2. more

Over The Rainbow have updated their European tour, grab the latest dates here

Fans of country legend Willie Nelson have been forced to wait another seven months to see their idol live after he postponed a series of concerts on his U.S. tour this week due to a "scheduling conflict". more

According to ESPN, the Dallas Cowboys signed restricted free agent offensive lineman Cory Procter to a one-year deal Friday. Procter is the drummer in Free Reign, which also includes Cowboys teammates Marc Colombo and Leonard Davis. more

Megadeth would like to send out their sincere condolences to the family and friends of a fallen Droogie, Jeffrey Hendricks. Jeffrey passed away on Friday, March 26 after a battle with cancer. Jeffrey was to attend the Megadeth concert and meet 'n greet in Memphis, Tennessee on March 23 but went into critical condition the night before and was not able to attend. more

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