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Ozzy Wants Original Lineup For Black Sabbath Farewell

Ozzy Osbourne says that he hopes original Black Sabbath drummer Bill Ward will return to the lineup for the band's final album and tour

No Guests For Allman Brothers Band's Final Shows

Gregg Allmann has stated that no special guests will take part in the Allman Brothers Band's final shows, which are taking place between now and next week

Slipknot's Corey Taylor Recalls Suicide Attempts

Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor has recalled two attempts at suicide while he was a teenager, and offered a message of hope for others who struggle with depression

Foo Fighters Reveal Stadium Concert Support Acts

Foo Fighters have revealed their big plans for their very first stadium headline show in the United States

Pink Floyd Tour Unlikely

Nick Mason believes Pink Floyd's final album The Endless River won't translate to the road - and so the band are unlikely to tour.

Volbeat Plan Six Month Break

Volbeat won't start recording their sixth album until they've taken a six-month break, says drummer Jon Larsen

Poison Reunite For Special Event

Poison reunited to play a private show in Southern California on October 18 and the band are sharing photos from the event while teasing a possible reunion next year

Primus Drummer Returns to Stage Following Heart Surgery

Primus drummer Tim 'Herb' Alexander has returned to live action following open heart surgery

Kerry King Says Slayer Fans Will 'Dig' New Album

Kerry King says work on Slayer's 11th album is 'business as usual,' despite the turmoil of lineup changes forced on the band since last year.

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