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Singer Dies- Guns N' School- Plant and Page In The Studio- Lemmy Movie Trailer- That Sabbath Show- Steven Tyler- Nine Inch Tarantino Mini Series- Free Porcupine Tree- more was a top 10 story this week . Here is the recap: Abacinate is incredibly sad to announce that on Tuesday morning, September 28th 2010, our vocalist Jason 'Plunger' Sica, 25, was found dead. He died at the home of one of his friends, in his hometown of Edison, New Jersey. more

Last Tuesday, September 21st, Velvet Revolver/ex-Guns N' Roses drummer Matt Sorum dropped by McKinley School in Pasadena, California to unveil a new drum set for the school, and to jam with about 50 eager students. A Q&A with students can be viewed here

A new trailer for "Lemmy", the long-awaited documentary examining the life and career of Motorhead frontman and rock icon Lemmy Kilmister, can be viewed here

Morrissey is at the center of another health riddle after mysteriously axing a promotional tour of the U.K. and leaving the country. more

According to a recent interview with Edward Norton in Variety, Radiohead's Thom York and Jonny Greenwood contributed music to John O'Brien's film score to the upcoming movie Stone more

Slipknot has posted a fifth teaser trailer online for their recently released DVD '(sic)nesses,' which can be viewed here

Black Sabbath drummer Bill Ward will be taping his appearance on That Metal Show this week and the tentative broadcast date is set for November 20th. more

High On Fire will team up with Fear Factory for a December tour of Europe.more

While the band hasn't completed work on Daybreak, Saves The Day will be previewing some material from the record on a new digital EP, 1984. more

Atreyu will be releasing a new five song EP featuring covers of the band's influences. Bands set to be covered include Dead Kennedys, Volbeat, Deftones, Aerosmith and Thin Lizzy. more

The Los Angeles Times reports that beginning October 11th, Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider will join the Broadway cast of the hit '80s hair-metal musical, Rock Of Ages, for an 11-week run. more

Pet Shop Boys releasing new single as part of Greatest Hits album New compilation set for November release more

F**k The Facts have officially named Johnny Ibay as their permanent guitarist. more

Antiquiet asks "What the f**k is wrong with The Flaming Lips?" Find out why here

The Charlatans' Tim Burgess to curate gig at Salford Lads Club The youth centre made famous by The Smiths will host the likes of Factory Floor, Hatcham Social and The Heartbreaks more

The first photo of Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler on the judges table of "American Idol" is now online. The picture was tweeted by Nigel Lythgoe, has returned to the show as an executive producer. Lythgoe wrote, "It's great to be back on 'American Idol'. The judges were great." See it here

Def Leppard guitarist Phil Collin taped a segment for Vh1's That Metal Show. The episode will be broadcast on November 6 on VH1 Classic.

Against Me! has announced via their Facebook that they have cancelled all remaining tour plans for 2010 "due to unforseen circumstances". more

Kings Of Leon have announced details of three upcoming US shows. The group will begin the jaunt in Boston, Massachusetts (November 14), before gigs in New York (16) and New Jersey (18). more

Riot have once again reunited with Tony Moore - only nine months after announcing that they were parting ways with the vocalist over "differences about how to proceed with the future of the band." more

Ted Leo has announced that he will be reuniting with his former hardcore band, Citizen's Arrest. The reunion performance will include the original lineup from the band's first demo, which featured Leo as well as Daryl Kahan of Born Against. more

Nevermore and Symphony X have announced dates for their co-headlining European tour. Support on the tour will come from reformed progressive metal act Psychotic Waltz. more

Bassist Alexander T. Kent has left Say Anything. Kenny Vasoli will be filling in for him on their upcoming tour. more

Apostasy have parted ways with guitarist Ludvig Johansson. "I have decided to leave the band for personal reasons," says Johansson in a statement. "It has been a hard decision to make, and there's no hard feelings involved. It's been a great time and I wish all the guys in the band the best luck in their future endeavors." more

Rancid has posted the latest in their string of previously unreleased videos. This one is for "Who Would've Thought" from Life Won't Wait, an album which seems to dominate the band's list of videos more

Santana's new album, Guitar Heaven: The Greatest Guitar Classics Of All Time, has landed at #5 on the Billboard 200 with 66,000 copies sold in it's first week of release. more

Former Nightwish singer Tarja Turunen's upcoming tour will feature these rockers backing her up: Mike Terrana (Masterplan, Savage Circus, Rage, Yngwie Malmsteen) - Christian Kretschmar (Schiller) Kevin Chown (Tony Macalpine, Tiles) - Alex Scholpp (Farmer Boys) - Max Lilja (Hevein, ex-Apocalyptica) more

Fat Wreck Chords has announced plans to release a split 7" from NOFX and Seattle, WA's The Spits. more

Led Zeppelin legends Robert Plant and Jimmy Page will be guests on In The Studio - The Stories Behind History's Greatest Rock Bands - during the week of October 18th. They will be discussing the 40th Anniversary of Led Zeppelin II more

Forget the crock hall of lame while they look at possibly inducting LL Cool J, Rush will be honored with the Living Legend award at Classic Rock magazine's Marshall Roll of Honour Awards in November. The Canadian trio will jet to London to pick up the accolade at the event, which will be hosted by Alice Cooper. more

Speaking of Rush and Yawn Wiener's schlock hall: Scot McFadyen, who co-directed the award-winning documentary "Rush: Beyond The Lighted Stage" tells Entertainment Weekly that the band once again being snubbed by the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame at next year's induction ceremony is "unfortunate. We were hoping a lot more people in the [nominating] room had seen our documentary, and maybe that would have given them a different perspective on the band," he said. "But there are just some people that are holding out." more

In an interview with the LA Times, Nine Inch Nails mastermind Trent Reznor said that he is "in pre-production with HBO and BBC America to do a miniseries." The show is to be produced by Lawrence Bender (who produced Quentin Tarantino films like Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs and the recent Inglourious Basterds) and Kevin Kelly Brown (executive producer of the sci-fi show Roswell). more

Two of Canada's biggest exports (after oil, gas and Francophones) will be headed to Europe in November for a tour together. Montreal art-rock outfit Arcade Fire has tapped Toronto art-hardcore band F**ked Up for the run. more

Pete Doherty is charged with possession of cocaine following an inquiry into the death of an heiress. more

Wondering what ex-Red Hot Chili Pepper guitarist John Frusciante is up to these days? Well, in addition to a collaborative album with Omar Roriguez-Lopez of The Mars Volta and a David Bowie cover, the 40-year-old New York native appears to have teamed up with Wu-Tang leader RZA and songstress Shari Watson (aka Truth Hurts). more

Steven Wilson of Porcupine Tree recorded the new, unreleased song "Home in Negative" at his studio exclusively for WNYC. Stream or download the track here

Iggy Pop & The Stooges, LCD Soundsystem, Primal Scream will appear at the Big Day Out touring festival in Australia and New Zealand in 2011. more

Produced and presented by the team behind cult hit, Heavy Metal Parking Lot (Jeff Krulik and John Heyn), Heavy Metal Picnic is a celebration of mid-80s Maryland rock and roll and heavy metal, by those who lived - and survived - it. more

After The Burial has dropped off the remainder of their tour with Bleeding Through, For Today, and Stray From the Path, among others. The band tells Lambgoat "Following our show in Buffalo NY on Sept. 22nd, there was an arguement that took place that deeply affected members in the band. The argument was 100% verbal, no physical violence took place. We decided at that time it would be the best decision to leave the tour and be at home in order to regain our composure and prepare for our end of the year plans." more

A new film traces John Lennon's NYC years. Jam! reports, So much has been told about the Beatles that director Michael Epstein knew he needed to say something different in his documentary of John Lennon, which premiered this past weekend at the New York Film Festival more

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