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The Day in Rock Digest for 1/13/11: Paramore singer Hayley Williams posted a demo of a new tune, titled "In The Mourning," on her blog yesterday. "A few weeks ago I posted some new lyrics up on Tumblr. Wanted to share the melody with anyone who's asked me to post it," Williams wrote. more

Morbid Angel will reportedly headline the 2011 edition of the Scion Rock Fest, set to take place on March 5 in Pomona. more

Stephen Colbert brought Vampire Weekend's Ezra Koenig and The Black Keys on his show to participate in a "sell-out-off." Basically, the two acts had to try and help Colbert decide who should get his Grammy vote by trying to impress him by naming commercials that had used their music.

Heathen have been rejoined by bassist Jason VieBrooks (ex-Grip Inc.) following the recent departure of Jon Torres. The band's new lineup will make its live debut on February 4 more

The lineup of the cartoon band Gorillaz is expanding, as a fan contest has added new member The Evangelist. more

Porcupine Tree mainman Steven Wilson is preparing to release his third album under the collaboration name Blackfield. Blackfield is the project between Wilson and Israeli rock icon Aviv Geffen. The new album, titled 'Welcome to my DNA,' will be released in late March of 2011 more

Taking Back Sunday have completed recording their new album. The music is now being mixed and mastered for a release later in 2011. more

TriStar Entertainment are auditioning for 80s-style rock bands to appear in a reality TV show. The company explains: "We're scouring the globe in search of the best cover and tribute bands dedicated to the 80s rock and metal scene. We're also casting three hosts, male and female." more

Originally titled "Epic," Cold have re-titled their forthcoming fifth studio album to "SuperFiction." The album's planned release date is June 28, 2011 on SonicStar Records. more

Ill Nino has revealed the first batch of dates for its forthcoming headline tour of Europe. Support acts are expected to be announced shortly. more

Sal Abruscato - who played drums on three Type O Negative albums ("Slow, Deep & Hard", "Origin Of The Feces", "Bloody Kisses"), as well as four Life Of Agony releases ("River Runs Red", "Ugly", "River Runs Again", "Broken Valley") - is now the singer, songwriter and guitarist for A Pale Horse Named Death. Abruscato has recruited Johnny Kelly from Type O Negative, Bobby Hambel from Biohazard and Steve Zing from Danzig to round out A Pale Horse Named Death's touring lineup more

Ringworm will be heading out on a brief headlining tour down to SXSW and back in celebration of the 10th anniversary of their second record, "Birth Is Pain." more

Obscenity have announced the addition of 33 singer Jeff Rudes to the group's ranks. more

On this day in 1969, Elvis Presley began a 10-day recording session that would produce his final U.S. #1 record, “Suspicious Minds.” The tracks were laid down at American Sound Studios in Memphis and marked the first time Presley had recorded in his hometown since his Sun Records days in 1956. Find out what else happened on this date in music history here

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