This week, we finally got the name of that Meshuggah track that mysteriously surfaced online last week, Into Eternity stopped teasing us and debuted "Fukushima," Municipal Waste streamed their new Decibel flexidisc and Sigh premiered a new track while announcing plans for an upcoming album.
Pete Townshend has announced he was selling the publishing rights to his entire catalog of songs to a firm called the Spirit Music Group, which controls varying degrees of rights to songs by the Grateful Dead, Lou Reed and many other artists.
In case you didn't know, Duff McKagan -- on top of being a top-notch bass player -- is also a pretty damn good writer. He's been writing a column for both Seattle Weekly and ESPN.com for some time now, and this week he focused on the mania surrounded New York Knicks standout Jeremy Lin.
The folks at Rock Prodigy -- who have already brought you a special app dedicated to the guitar technique of Megadeth's Dave Mustaine -- have just introduced a brand new app that focuses on the music of one of the seminal bands of the '90s, the Offspring.
Black Sabbath have officially announced that they will perform only one concert this summer, instead of the planned world tour. The announcement comes in the wake of Tony Iommi's recent lymphoma diagnosis.
In anticipation of the release their fourteenth studio album, Utilitarian, grindcore legends Napalm Death have posted the following video featuring Mark "Barney" Greenway dishing the dirt on some band secrets. Check it out below.