A Look back at the top stories from this past week
Former Guns N' Roses member Duff McKagan's 2011 autobiography, 'It's So Easy (And Other Lies)', is being made into a full-length documentary feature film
Five Finger Death Punch recruited Judas Priest frontman Rob Halford as a special guests on their brand new single 'Lift Me Up,' which was released digitally today
Geoff Tate's Queensryche have recruited S.U.N. (Something Unto Nothing)'s Sass Jordan and Brian Tichy for their upcoming 25th Anniversary Operation: Mindcrime Tour
The Cult have announced dates for their Electric 13 tour, a trek which will see the band perform their 1987 album, 'Electric,' in its entirety for the first time
The new Megadeth album, Super Collider, is due next month, and frontman Dave Mustaine is pretty fond of it from the sound of this, but he understands if you're not into it, too
Reunited metal legends Black Sabbath have announced the addition of three more shows to their fall tour of Latin and South America
Baroness have extended their Yellow & Green North American tour with a new summer leg that will cover cities across the Midwest and the West Coast
Red Hot Chill Peppers drummer Chad Smith has launched (and we quote) 'the first in a series of intimate conversations with some of the most inspirational musicians of all time'.
Judas Priest have announced a delay and rescheduled date for the UK screening of their new live DVD, 'Epitaph'