Beavis and Butt-Head Return- Adema Fugitive From Justice Arrest- Blur Reunion?- Queensryche Murder Spree- Limp Garbage: Fred Durst Waste Dept- Weird Al- more

The Day in Rock Digest for 2/4/11: Hide the remote: Beavis and Butt-Head are back! On Wednesday, MTV announced its popular cartoon about channel-surfing, heavy-metal-loving high school losers would return to the network this summer. more

According to the Hartford Courant, Adema bassist David DeRoo was arrested this past Saturday (January 29) in Hartford, Connecticut and charged with being a fugitive from justice. DeRoo, 36, who faces charges in California of driving under the influence causing bodily injury, was held on a $1 million bond. more

Guitarist Graham Coxon has added more fuel to the Blur reunion rumor fire. On his Twitter, Coxon posted, "Now off to see the Blur boys and have coffee and maybe switch a tape recorder on!" more

Ozzy Osbourne will be a guest on the CBS program The Talk, featuring Osbourne's wife / manager Sharon, on Tuesday, February 8th more

Queensryche’s Geoff Tate has gone on a murder spree – well in a new movie anyway. He plays the killer in The Burningmoore Incident more

Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst could be the recipient of a bizarre new accolade. The Solid Waste Services Department in Austin, Texas is being renamed, with officials asking for residents to vote for the suggestions they like best. more

Unearthly Trance will soon tour Australia with Monarch and Eagle Twin. more

Symphony X vocalist Russell Allen has announced that the band has set 'Iconoclast' as the title of its forthcoming eighth studio album. more

Black Tide have issued the following update: "We're happy to announce that we will be opening two shows for Iron Maiden this April in Florida." more

Masterstroke have entered the studio to begin recording their fourth album for a 2011 release. The band states, "Drums are done and right now we are in the middle of recording solo guitars." more

Explosions in the Sky will return on April 26th with Take Care, Take Care, Take Care more

"Weird Al" Yankovic tells Rolling Stone he is "dangerously close" to finishing his 13th studio album. more

Kaiser Chiefs are to return to the live stage after a two-year hiatus with a performance at the 2011 Gurten Festival in Switzerland. more

H2O, Set Your Goals and Touché Amoré have all signed on to play a one-off benefit in support of Toby Morse's (H2O) charity, One Life, One Chance. more

Killing Joke have announced details of three UK gigs set for this spring. more

Jeff Beck has announced more dates for his upcoming North American tour. The complete itinerary can be found here

Mixtapes have released a two-song EP titled Castle Songs for free download through Death to False Hope Records. more

On this day in 1978, The Bee Gees started a four-week run at #1 on the U.S. singles chart with “Staying Alive.” From the film soundtrack Saturday Night Fever, it gave the brothers their fifth U.S. #1.

On this day in 1983, Karen Carpenter died aged 32 of a cardiac arrest at her parents' home in Downey, California; the coroner's report gave the cause of death of imbalances associated with anorexia nervosa. The Carpenters 1970 album Close to You, featured two hit singles: “(They Long to Be) Close to You’” and” We’ve Only Just Begun.’” In Playboy's annual opinion poll, readers voted Karen Carpenter the Best Rock Drummer of the year. Find out what else happened on this date in music history here

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