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Listen to the new Korn single, "You'll Never Find Me," which will arrive on the band's upcoming album, "The Nothing."
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Killswitch Engage's new album, "Atonement," will feature guest appearances from Testament vocalist Chuck Billy and former Killswitch singer Howard Jones.
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Collective Soul's Johnny Rabb talks with Anne Erickson about the band's new album, "Blood," the group's longstanding relationship with Sammy Hagar and more in this in-depth interview.
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Alter Bridge and Skillet are touring this fall in support of their upcoming albums, "Walk the Sky" and "Victorious," respectively.
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Frank Bello of Anthrax says he believes Slayer would participate in more "Big Four" shows even after retirement.
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Jason Momoa is a self-proclaimed metalhead and recently got to meet some of his childhood idols, Slayer and Anthrax.
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Rob Halford is open to the possibility of a Judas Priest biopic.
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In This Moment will embark on the Mother's House of Horror tour this fall.
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Guns N' Roses will perform a collection of North American headlining tour dates this fall.
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With "Rise," Alice Cooper, Johnny Depp and Joe Perry present a collection of honest, straight-ahead rock runes that show the Hollywood Vampires are out for blood.
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