Behemoth frontman Back In The Hospital- Life After Paramore for Farro- Mars Volta Progress- Sum 41 Set Release- Periphery Injury- Agnostic Front 7 Inch- Six Feet Under- more

The Day in Rock Digest for 2/3/11: According to the Polish web site Fakt.pl, Adam "Nergal" Darski, the 33-year-old leukemia-stricken guitarist/vocalist of the Polish extreme metal act Behemoth, has been readmitted to the hematology division of Uniwersyteckie Centrum Kliniczne (Uck) in Gdansk after he developed an infection six weeks after he underwent a bone marrow transplant procedure. more

Josh Farro may have only left Paramore in mid-December, but the guitarist has already become a full-time member of a new band. According to MTV, Farro has formed the group Novel American with singer Van Beasley, drummer Tyler Ward and bassist Ryan Clark, and the band is planning to record a debut EP more

It appears the The Mars Volta's sixth album is finally nearing completion. more

Sum 41 will unleash Screaming Bloody Murder, their first proper album in nearly four years, on March 29. It is said to be a rather rough-and-tumble, dark affair because of all the hard times frontman Deryck Whibley was going through during the writing process. more

Six Feet Under have announced the addition of drummer Kevin Talley (Daath, Misery Index, Chimaira) to the group's ranks. more

Periphery guitarist Jake Bowen will be unable to perform on the band's current European tour with Tesseract and Monuments due to a dislocated finger. more

Radiohead guitarist Jonny Greenwood's score for of Haruki Murakami's "Norwegian Wood" film adaptation will finally be released by Nonesuch Records in the U.S. more

Testament is currently writing material for the follow-up to 2008's "The Formation Of Damnation". "The new album will most likely be a culmination of 'The Gathering' [1999] and 'The Formation of Damnation', but we're definitely not going to forget who we are or our roots. I think we've found a comfortable spot in our writing style," stated vocalist Chuck Billy. more

The Recording Academy is finally getting some satisfaction, with Mick Jagger's first appearance on the Grammy stage. more

Agnostic Front are gearing up to release their new full-length, My Life My Way, on March 22nd. In preparation, they'll release two songs to the masses on the That's Life 7inch, which will be available March 8th more

The Hooters' David Uosikkinen is continuing his web-based singles project, dubbed In The Pocket: Essential Songs of Philadelphia, with the second song, "Open My Eyes." more

Tesla's record company has signed a deal with EONE distribution to release their new acoustic CD, tentatively titled 'Twisted Wires' (the acoustic sessions). more

Former Emperor frontman Ihsahn (real name: Vegard Sverre Tveitan) has contributed guest vocals to "Deconstruction" - the third in a series of albums from Canadian musician/producer Devin Townsend (Strapping Young Lad, Steve Vai, Lamb Of God, Darkest Hour, Gwar) to be made available under The Devin Townsend Project moniker. more

Ben Barbaud, the organizer of the annual Hellfest festival in Clisson, France, has released the following statement: "The Hellfest has decided independently and in all conscience to cancel Satanic Warmaster's performance. This decision was in no way caused by the pressure received by various small groups against the event." more

Aiden have announced that they will release their fifth studio album, 'Disguises', on March 28. more

Mercyless - who are responsible for releasing one of the most underrated death albums of all time in the shape of 1992's "Abject Offerings" - have returned "in a brutal death metal style like in the '90s," according to a press release. more

On this day in 1959, 22 year old Buddy Holly, The Big Bopper and Ritchie Valens, aged 17, died in a crash shortly after take-off from Clear Lake, Iowa, the pilot of the single-engined Beechcraft Bonanza plane was also killed. Holly hired the plane after heating problems developed on his tour bus. All three were traveling to Fargo, North Dakota, for the next show on their Winter Dance Party Tour which Holly had set - covering 24 cities in three weeks, to make money after the break-up of his band, The Crickets. Find out what else happened on this date in music history here

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