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Anthrax Reunion?- Slipknot For Governor- Ataris Singer in Bad Wreck- Ramones Murderer Sentenced- Bret Michaels Walking- Limp Snoop- Used Cancel Tour and more

05/04/2010
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Former Anthrax singer Joey Belladonna was seen with Anthrax drummer Charlie Benante and bassist Frank Bello this past Wednesday (April 28) at the Fozzy concert at B.B. King Blues Club & Grill in New York City, prompting speculation that he is in talks to rejoin the band in time for the group's upcoming "Big Four" shows in Europe with Metallica, Megadeth and Slayer, according to Blabbermouth. (Belladonna lives in upstate New York while Benante is a Chicago resident, making it somewhat unlikely that this was simply a chance encounter.) more

Natavia Lowery was sentenced to a prison term of 27 years and four months to life in the slaying of Linda Stein, who co-managed influential punk rockers the Ramones in their 1970s heyday and later became a real estate broker with clients including Madonna and Sting. more

ContactMusic says that Slipknot "Clown" Shawn Crahan is eyeing a move into politics after he was nominated to run for the position of Iowa governor [in] the state's upcoming elections. (He wasn't nominated; he did well in a newspaper poll.) Crahan has laughed off the prospect of running in the November (10) election, but admits the article has made him consider a career in politics in the future. more

The Ataris vocalist Kris Roe was recently in a car accident and as a result, the band has been forced to cancel their upcoming show in San Francisco. The band explained: Kris was in a bad car wreck this week. His car was totaled, front end completely smashed, roof rip opened. The person in front of him slammed on their brakes unexpectedly, he swerved out of the way to avoid hitting them, causing him to slam into a massive LED construction warning sign." more

Bret Michaels' sister Michelle had a positive update about this singer and said he is "definitely doing better and he was starting to walk a little bit." Calling into The Todd N Tyler Radio Empire show on Monday morning, Michelle said she last spoke to Bret on Saturday. more

Limp Bizkit are apparently hitting the road this summer and will include a run with Snoop Dogg beginning on July 11th in Atlanta. Dates are posted here

The Used have canceled all of their upcoming European tour dates after parting ways with their management team. The band was due to play a series of shows across the continent, including an appearance at Britain's Download festival in June, as well as shows in Russia. more

Porcupine Tree's Colin Edwin has produced an EP of material available for free download. Recorded at the same time as his Third Vessel album, the five songs didn't make the running order at that time. more

Stereophonics stormed offstage at a gig in Singapore after lead singer Kelly Jones was hit by a sandal. The band were performing at Fort Canning Park on Friday (April 30) when a fan hurled a flip-flop at Jones' face according to this report

You can check out Coheed and Cambria's new video for "Here We Are Juggernaut" the single from their Year of the Black Rainbow album, here.

Moby has announced the formation of a "heavy metal" band called Diamondsnake with Dave Hill (Valley Lodge), Phil Costello (Satanicide, Valley Lodge) and Tomato (The Sound Of Urchin).more

Elogy has just released a new video for their focus track "Beautiful," check it out here

Bruce Springsteen introduced Danny DeVito into New Jersey's Hall of Fame then the two teamed up to perform "Glory Days" in tribute to their home state. more

Sammy Hagar will add his name and fame to the Atlantic City beachfront Memorial Day weekend when he opens a branch of Sammy's Beach Bar & Grill at Bally's. more

In This Moment will be filming a cowboy themed video for the track "The Gun Show" in the Los Angeles, CA area on May 16th. The band are seeking extras to take part in it. Those interested in doing so can find more details here

Mike Patton Says New Faith No More Album Doesn't Seem To Be 'In The Cards Right Now' more

A new show in Long Island has been added to The Honda Civic Tour. more

Tracii Guns' L.A. Guns, Faster Pussycat and John Corabi are teaming up for a North American tour this summer. More dates have been announced for The Triple Threat Tour more

Lamb Of God will release the "Hourglass" collections on June 1st, a career retrospective set that will be available in seven different configurations. More details and a song stream are up at MetalSucks

Video gaming site Kotaku received a survey from Activision "gauging interest in a Guitar Hero: Red Hot Chili Peppers concept." more

In addition to having just been announced as one of the second stage acts on Ozzfest 2010, Kataklysm frontman has been keeping busy with another business venture: opening a pizzeria. more

Framing Hanley are set to release A Promise to Burn on May 25th via Silent Majority Group. more

Less Than Jake has announced plans for two 'family and friends' shows in June, featuring the band playing alongside their side projects Rehasher and Coffee Project. more

Cruel Hand have unveiled plans to release their third album this summer. The record is titled Lock and Key and is due out July 27, 2010 via Bridge Nine. more

The son of the legendary DJ and new music champion John Peel has secured his own show on BBC 6 Music. BBC.com reports that Tom Ravenscroft, 30, will take over from Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson on 4 June with a three-hour Friday night slot. more

Zoroaster and Black Tusk will co-headline a June/July U.S. tour with support from Dark Castle. more -

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