Elton John and Jack White Collaborate- Six Feet Under Cancel Tour- Mick Jagger Hit On Katy Perry- Suicide Silence To Begin New Album- more

Here are some of today's quick excerpts of news stories from some of leading rock music sites from across the web. (UCR) Elton John revealed that he's actually been in the studio with Burnett even more recently than 'The Diving Board.' "I just did a thing with him the other day for 'American Epic,' a six-episode program about the history of the blues," said John. "I got to use the original machine from 1934 that Bessie Smith and Louis Armstrong recorded on, and I wrote a special song with Bernie [Taupin], and Jack White played on it. So it went straight to analog. That was a lot of fun. more

(BW&BK) "Bad news" befalls Six Feet Under as "Illness of a close family member of one our band mates unfortunately has forced postponement of East Coast Armageddon until late January continuing into February." more

(BW&BK) Enjoy a sneak peek of Black Label Society frontman Zakk Wylde and The Les Paul Trio performing 'Mississippi Queen' live in New York for Front And Center. An advance clip of 'Blessed Hellride' done acoustically has also been issued. This episode begins airing on November 2nd. Watch it here

(UCR) Pop star Katy Perry says that Mick Jagger hit on her when she was an 18-year-old backup singer. "I actually went to dinner with him one time," Perry said on the 'Ash, Kip & Luttsy' show. "And he hit on me when I was like 18!" more

(Loudwire) Just a hair prior to the one-year anniversary of singer Mitch Lucker's tragic death, Suicide Silence will enter the studio during the week of Nov. 4 to record their next album. The new disc will be the first to feature new vocalist Eddie Hermida (ex-All Shall Perish) more

(Lambgoat) Eyehategod reveals new drummer: Following an intensely moving Joey LaCaze tribute performance at the first annual Housecore Horror Film Fest this past weekend, a set which featured Dale Crover from the mighty Melvins holding down the drum kit, Eyehategod continues moving forward with new drummer Aaron Hill. Hill comes by way of New Orleans' local acts Missing Monuments and Mountain of Wizard. more

(BW&BK) Deicide will release their new album, In The Minds Of Evil, on November 25th in Europe, and November 26th in North America, via Century Media Records. The band have just released the lyric video for 'Thou Begone' below. "Look up... Look down... Look all around.... Right his wrong! Thou begone!" cackles Deicide frontman Glen Benton. Watch it here

(Lambgoat) The Ocean has found a replacement for soon-to-be departed drummer, Luc Hess, and he is Paul Seidel of War From A Harlots Mouth. more

(BW&BK) Although Shinedown has just finished their Amaryllis World Tour, guitarist Zach Myers is going out on a small acoustic solo tour in The United States. Grab the dates here

(BW&BK) Anathema's Vincent Cavanagh revealed that the band is ready to enter the studio in December. More specifically he said: "We are preparing to enter the studio after we finish this tour. We have a lot of new ideas and we just have to choose which songs we'll prepare for the album. We have, I would say 60-70% ready! In December we'll start recording for about three weeks, and after a break for Christmas we will continue by the end of January and finish mixing on February." more

(UCR) Has Eminem been listening to a lot of classic rock lately or what? Eagles guitarist Joe Walsh, whose 1978 solo hit 'Life's Been Good' forms the basis for the 'Mathers LP 2′ track 'So Far ' more

(Lambgoat) Counterparts guitarist Alex Re has announced his amicable departure from the Ontario, Canada band. Read what he had to say here

(Lambgoat) Veil of Maya has re-signed with Sumerian Records. To coincide with the announcement, the band has premiered their forthcoming single "Subject Zero" Check it out here

Metal Sludge has posted a lengthy article about alleged issues and irregularities with the promoter of the Rock Harvest festival which has reportedly caused over 20 bands to be canceled for the event. Read the Metal Sludge report for the details here.

(Lambgoat) Blackguard has announced the departure of bassist Etienne Mailloux, who has subsequently been replaced by Dave Zinay, twin brother of Blackguard frontman, Paul. more

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