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Metallica Star Was Joking About Making Lady Gaga 'Co-Singer'

Following Metallica's performance with Lady Gaga at the Grammy Awards reports surfaced that she is being offered the job

Iron Maiden Announce Final Show Of Book Of Souls Tour

Metal legends Iron Maiden have announced a new final show for their massive two-year long The Book Of Souls Tour

Another Report Claims Axl Rose And AC/DC Making New Album

Another report claims AC/DC's Angus Young is planning to make a studio album with Guns N' Roses frontman Axl Rose

Paul McCartney Streaming Rare Demo

Paul McCartney has released the original demo for the track 'My Brave Face', which is one of the bonus tracks

ZZ Top Expand North American Tonnage Tour

ZZ Top have expanded their 2017 Tonnage tour with the addition of a new leg that will feature more than two dozen new dates

One Man Band Takes On Led Zeppelin Classic

Dominic Fragman who scored a viral hit with his one man band cover of Rush's 'Tom Sawyer' and he has now released his follow up.

All Time Low Announce Young Renegades Tour

More big news for All Time Low fans. The band has added a U.S. leg to their upcoming world tour.

The Dead Daisies Announce Limited Edition Box Set

Heavy rock supergroup The Dead Daisies have announced that they will be releasing a box set on 'Live And Louder' on May 19th

The Dillinger Escape Plan Reveal Rescheduled Tour Dates

The Dillinger Escape Plan shared good news with European fans late last week, they will be returning to the continent this summer

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