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Stone Temple Pilots' have posted the brand new music video for their single "Between the Lines" from their self-titled studio album which hits stores on May 25th Check it out here

Metallica have added additional shows in Perth, Sydney, Adelaide And Melbourne to their upcoming World Magnetic Tour of New Zealand and Australia. more

Muse will be playing a super intimate show in Paris at the Casino de Paris on Tuesday 25th May. Wanna go? Details here. Also if you have a burning question for the band, they are taking submissions for their Euro tour programme. Details here

More on former Warrant frontman Jani Lane's arrest: According to an LAPD spokesman, the 46-year-old Lane was behind the wheel of a black Infiniti sedan when he allegedly sideswiped a parked car in the L.A. suburb of Woodland Hills. He flubbed both field sobriety and Breathalyzer tests, police said. The singer, who was not injured in the incident, was taken into custody and booked on the DUI charge. more

Tonight at 8pm ET, Fuse debuts another exclusive interview as Hole front woman, Courtney Love goes "On The Record with Fuse". In this candid interview, Love discusses all topics; everything from her band, their new album, Nobody's Daughter, her life with Kurt, being sober and much more. more

Slash has announced some new European tour dates here

Ryan Adams' Orion, aka his forthcoming, "most legit METAL record," could be here by the end of the month. Per some recent status updates on Facebook (via TFB), the singer/songwriter noted the album will be here in "about two weeks." more

Bon Jovi are scheduled to perform on this week's American Idol results show, on Wednesday, May 12th at 9 PM on FOX. more

Gallows, Roots Manuva and Gogol Bordello with support Rage Against the Machine at their free party to mark hitting Christmas Number One last year. more

Underoath has announced the addition of drummer Daniel Davison to their line-up. Davison, who played with Norma Jean for roughly 10 years, replaces departed drummer Aaron Gillespie. more

Bret Michaels, recovering from a brain hemorrhage which reportedly had him near death, is scheduled to close out the Tampa Bay Rays' post-game concert series on Sept. 25, following the 7:10 p.m. Rays-Seattle Mariners game. more

A federal judge agreed Monday that a lawyer for Denver-based band The Fray might face liability in the band's ongoing court battle with a former manager. more

Horse The Band has cancelled a handful of shows later this month. Said shows were to also feature Endless Hallways and Pmtoday, who attributed the cancellations to "some medical issue" on the part of Horse The Band. more

Dennis Lyxzn wants everyone to know Refused is absolutely not getting back together. Also, he is not a big fan of the current generation of hardcore bands he sees. more

Glenn Danzig has been confirmed as a special guest at The Rue Morgue Festival Of Fear in Toronto, ON. Dubbed "The Canadian National Horror Expo," Festival Of Fear runs August 27th to 29th in the South Building of the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. more

Oh, Sleeper have announced that drummer Matt Davis has left the band and Zac Mayfield will be filling in. more

According to Timesonline.co.uk, UK rock legends Queen have quit the beleaguered music label EMI for its rival Universal. more

A new best-of set from Triumph, Greatest Hits: Remixed, will be released on May 18. It will include 14 classic tunes such as "Lay It on the Line," "Hold On," "Fight the Good Fight" more

Ruiner had a few items stolen from their van this past weekend in front of a Montreal venue. more

Frank Frazetta, an illustrator of comic books, album covers, movie posters and paperback book covers died on Monday in Fort Myers, Fla The popularity of Mr. Frazetta's work coincided with the rise of heavy metal in the early 1970s, and his otherworldly imagery showed up on a number of album covers, including Molly Hatchet's "Molly Hatchet", "Flirtin' With Disaster" and "Beatin' The Odds", Nazareth's "Expect No Mercy", Yngwie Malmsteen's "War To End All Wars" and most recently Wolfmother's debut album "Wolfmother" in 2006. more

Twisted Sister has no intentions of ever touring again. "It will never ever happen," Twisted Sister guitarist Jay Jay French tells AOL's Noisecreep. "I would just assume things would maybe happen, but we will never tour [again]. I look at the mathematics of it every year, the mathematics makes no sense. None. Every year people ask me, every year I revisit the math. Every year it completely makes no sense to tour. It's just an incredibly money-losing proposition. I don't like losing money." more

3 Inches Of Blood are about to return to Europe for a row of shows, including several festival appearances in support of their latest album, Here Waits Thy Doom more

A concerned resident of Salt Lake City is so upset with The New Pornographers' moniker and the band's upcoming performance in the Utah capital that she's written a letter to the editor of The Salt Lake Tribune to complain about it. more

Michael Schenker Group guitarist Wayne Findlay has updated the band's In The Midst Of Beauty US tour schedule. Shows in Yucaipa, CA and Salt Lake City, UT on July 17th and August 16th respectively have now been confirmed. The complete tour schedule is here -

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