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Linkin Park Brad Delson
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Brad Delson on Linkin Park’s New Album: ‘There’s a Lot of Guitar Solos’

Linkin Park have never been your traditional act. Start by having two vocalists -- one a powerful belter while the other comes from a hip-hop background. Add in a DJ/programmer, and then layer that on top of the traditional guitar, bass and drums. That gives them plenty of space to experiment. But with a new album en route and the guitar heavy 'Guilty All the Same' just hitting the airwaves, it's not a reach to suggest we may be hearing more guitar than ever from the band.

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Liz Ramanand, Loudwire
Liz Ramanand, Loudwire

Overkill To Drop New Album ‘White Devil Armory’ in July

Thrash veterans Overkill had originally planned on releasing a new album this month, but the follow-up to 2012's 'The Electric Age' was postponed, as were some tour dates.

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Ronnie James Dio
Robert Cianflone, Getty Images

Dio ‘Live in London: Hammersmith Apollo 1993′ CD and DVD Coming in May

After the release last year of 'Finding the Sacred Heart: Live in Philly 1986,' Eagle Rock Entertainment is unleashing another classic Dio show. 'Live in London: Hammersmith Apollo 1993' will be released May 13 (track listing below).

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Black Stone Cherry
Carina Mastrocola, CarinaMastrocola.com

Black Stone Cherry Talk ‘Magic Mountain’ Album + More While Aboard ShipRocked

One thing that certainly doesn’t suck about conducting interviews on a private tropical island is that the scenery is pretty nice. Thank you ShipRocked! Black Stone Cherry drummer John Fred Young and bassist Jon Lawhon joined us in paradise to talk about their upcoming disc ‘Magic Mountain.’

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Kurt Cobain
Frank Micelotta, Getty Images

Kurt Cobain’s Death Reviewed by Seattle Police, Never-Before-Shown Photo Revealed

The death of Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain is being reviewed by Seattle police 20 years after the musician's death, and KIRO 7 Eyewitness News has unveiled a photo from the death scene that's never before been made public (see below).

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That Metal Show Peter Criss
That Metal Show

Former KISS Drummer Peter Criss Addresses Rock Hall Induction on ‘That Metal Show’ Episode

You'll want to check out VH1 Classic's 'That Metal Show' this weekend as former KISS drummer Peter Criss is the primary guest. The musician, of course, addressed the band's upcoming Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction and had a few pointed comments in the process.

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Finch
Tragic Hero Records

Finch Reunion to Continue With New Studio Album, Warped Tour Dates

It started with a few home state shows to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of their 'What It Is to Burn' album. From there, more shows and a live album followed. And now Finch's reunion is proving to be more than a one-off nostalgia-based thing as the band has revealed that a new album is coming this year.

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Arch Enemy
YouTube

Arch Enemy Put the Spotlight on New Lineup in ‘War Eternal’ Video

Arch Enemy are wasting no time in getting their fans acclimated to the surprising vocalist switch that they revealed earlier this week. Longtime frontwoman Angela Gossow left the band, with The Agonist's Alissa White-Gluz taking over on vocals. Here, White-Gluz makes her video debut with t

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Hellyeah
Eleven Seven Music

Hellyeah’s Vinnie Paul Talks ‘Blood for Blood’ Album, Band Brotherhood + Lineup Change

When history is revisited, this will be one of the key periods for Hellyeah. The band has undergone a lineup change, necessitated by their musical vision, and they've come out of the studio with the 'Blood for Blood' album, one of their most cohesive records to date.

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Evanescence
Mary Ouellette, SheWillShootYou.com

Evanescence’s Amy Lee: ‘For the First Time in 13 Years, I Am a Free and Independent Artist’

In the very beginning of 2014, news broke that Evanescence singer Amy Lee was suing Wind-up Records for $1.5 million in unpaid royalties, along with other allegations. However, it seems like part of Lee's struggle with Wind-up has come to an end, as the rock vixen just announced that she is finally a "free and independent artist."

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