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The Day in Rock Digest for 10/14/10: Soundgarden's "Black Rain" music video is free on iTunes this week. The video features Metalocalypes' Dethklok and an animated Soundgarden. Get it here

Music Radar has an interesting spin on Tony Iommi's comments about writing new material, which you may have read about in yesterday's Day in Rock. The site asks, could Black Sabbath be on the verge of reuniting? While original members Ozzy Osbourne, guitarist Tony Iommi, bassist Geezer Butler and drummer Bill Ward have given vague hints that they're open to the idea, the only concrete news in that direction is that Tony Iommi is writing again and plans on working with his Sabbath/Heaven And Hell bandmate Butler. more

A public memorial has been announced for Gotthard singer Steve Lee, who was killed in a motorcycle accident. The memorial will be held in Switzerland on October 17 at the Gotthard Pass Hospice. A eulogy will also be given by two Capucine monks. more

Bush singer Gavin Rossdale has admitted he had an affair with gender bender male pop singer Marilyn, when he was 17. more

Every Time I Die got into a bit of legal trouble by promoting their upcoming DVD release by posting faked re-tweets from celebrities such as Kanye West, Andy Dick, Justin Bieber, and Jimmy Fallon. Read all about it here

The Devil Wears Prada, Silverstein, and For Today will be touring Canada together later this year. more

Rex Brown (Pantera, Down) had a bit of a big lineup news about his Arms Of The Sun group. Brown says "I got Vinny Appice to come in and play drums, in fact he's gonna come out this Monday - and I think that's gonna be the rhythm section. That's gonna be pretty hardcore brother." more

Cheap Trick have confirmed more US and UK tour dates for the fall. more

Tom Waits has collaborated with the Preservation Hall Jazz Band to release an extremely limited 78 RPM vinyl recording of "Tootie Ma Was A Big Fine Thing" , and "Corrine Died On The Battlefield." more

Slash performed the US National anthem at the Kings' game as they hosted the Atlanta Thrashers at the Staples Center; the Kings won the game 3-1. Check it out here

Twisted Sister's annual Twisted Christmas shows will not be performed this year. more

Accept will be streaming their Hollywood concert for free on October 19th live on the web for fans around the world more

Haste The Day has announced the "12 Days of Christmas Tour," a brief December trek that will also feature Oh, Sleeper, Our Last Night, and Conditions. more

Nevermore guitarist Jeff Loomis has posted a trailer for his forthcoming instructional DVD. The two disc DVD set is titled 'Extreme Lead Guitar: Dissonant Scales & Arpeggios.' You can view the trailer here

Image The Jam's 1980 classic, Sound Affects will receive a deluxe reissue next month on November 1, 2010. The album has been digitally remastered and will feature a second disc with demos, covers and more. more

White Wizzard's single featuring "Shooting Star" -- which was written as a tribute to Ronnie James Dio -- and "We Rock" will be released via iTunes on October 18 more

Vanna, Tides Of Man, Greeley Estates, and A Bullet For Pretty Boy will touring together in late-Nov. more

Blackguard has announced it has parted ways with its keyboardist Jonathan Lefrancois-Leduc more

British Sea Power's new album, 'Valhalla Dancehall,' will be released in January. NME has a video of the band discussing it here

Chimaira will headline a handful of November/December shows with support from Impending Doom and Daath. more

The Menzingers are currently in the midst of recording an acoustic album. Currently untitled the album is being recorded in the band's apartment in South Philadelphia. more

The "Right to Rock" benefit will feature a live performance by legendary rock band Vanilla Fudge. Vanilla Fudge drummer, Carmine Appice, sits on Little Kids Rock's honorary board of directors and has been a longtime supporter of the organization. more

On this day in 1967, The second series of The Monkees TV show started on BBC TV in the U.K. Plans for the shows to be screened in color were dropped, so it was aired in black and white. Find out what else happened on this date in music history here -

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