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The Red Hot Chili Peppers shared their excitement about NFL football returning to Los Angeles in a big way. The band had a banner flown over the L.A. Rams temporary home at the Coliseum that read "Red Hot Chili Peppers Welcome The Rams Back to LA."

Walt Disney World have reportedly cleaned up a potentially offensive hand gesture made by Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler during a film clip that introduces the park's Hollywood Studios attraction Rock 'N' Roller Coaster, according to UCR.

Late Pantera/Damageplan guitarist Darrell Dimebag Abbott would have celebrating his 50th birthday this Saturday, August 20th, and to mark the occasion, The Haunted/Feared guitarist Ola Englund released a tribute video. Check it out here.

Van Morrison has released a video for his new single 'Too Late', which was directed by Dick Carruthers and filmed at 'Nell's Jazz & Blues' in London. The song comes from his new album 'Keep Me Singing'. Watch the video here

In a never-before-seen video from In Their Own Words: The American Masters Digital Archive, singer-songwriter, poet, and visual artist Patti Smith speaks about artists not wanting to be labeled in an interview filmed for American Masters -- Lou Reed: Rock-And-Roll Heart (1998). here

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau reportedly plans to attend the Tragically Hip's final concert this Saturday in Kingston, Ont. The show is the final stop of the band's farewell tour which they announced after lead singer Gord Downie was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer. Read more here

Darkthrone are streaming "Tundra Leech", a brand new track from their upcoming studio album, Arctic Thunder with a track commentary provided by Fenriz. Check it out here.

Former Judas Priest and Iced Earth vocalist Tim "Ripper" Owens has announced a Night Of Metal on October 29th The Rockpile in Toronto, Ontario. Dubbed A Night Of Metal which will see him team up with former Megadeth stars Glen and Shawn Drover and Adrian Robichaud. more

Trap Them have released a video for "Luster Pendulums", which is a track from their forthcoming album "Crown Feral". Guitarist Brian Izzi had this to say: "We wrote this song as a nod to mid 90s era Carcass, Grave, and Napalm Death mixed with the usual Trap Them intensity. The artwork for the video is inspired by those old Nihilist demo covers and was cleverly drawn earlier this year by Mattias Frisk. Enjoy!" Watch the video here

Zac Farro (Paramore) announced that his band Halfnoise will be releasing their new album "Sudden Feeling" on September 9th.

Jimmy Eat World teased new music via their official website on Thursday. Check it out here.

US cult singer-songwriter Jeff Finlin will release the new album 'Life After Death- The Essential Jeff Finlin' on September 9th in the UK and one track from the effort, 'Jesus Was A Motorcycle Man' has been showcased in a fan video. Watch it here.


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