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Amy Sciarretto has scribbled for Kerrang! Spin, Revolver, Alternative Press, Noisecreep, Spinner, ARTISTdirect and Teen People, to name a few, as well as Taste of Country, GuySpeed and more. Google her and you'll see she's an expert on rock, metal, pop, movies and lip gloss. She's also Roadrunner's publicist, an author, a green tea drinker, a Jer-Z native (born in South Jersey, currently residing in North Jersey), a Philly sports fan and a bulldog owner.

Hellyeah Stream New Songs ‘Sangre por Sangre’ + ‘Cross to Bier’

Eleven Seven Music

Hellyeah have shared a pair of thunderous new songs from their upcoming fourth album 'Blood for Blood,' which isn't out until June 10. These two tracks -- 'Sangre por Sangre (Blood for Blood)' and 'Cross to Bier (Cradle of Bones),' the latter of which was made available for free download -- will certainly tide you over until the release date gets here.

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Sylosis Seek Financial Help From Fans After Devastating Van Accident

Nuclear Blast

Poor Sylosis. The British metal outfit was involved in a terrifying van accident while on tour in the U.S. and the band is both physically and financially worse for wear after the fact. Sylosis have incurred some pretty large bills as a result of the crash and are selling shirts to help cover the costs of getting back home. They also set up a PayPal donation center.

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Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong Lands Role in Indie Film ‘Like Sunday, Like Rain’

Billie Joe Armstrong
Michael Buckner, Getty Images

Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong has quite a few irons in the film fire. The singer, who completed a rehab stint after an onstage meltdown at the iHeart Radio festival a year ago, is not only appearing in two upcoming Green Day documentaries. He also landed a role in 'Like Sunday, Like Rain,' an indie film drama that will star 'Gossip Girl' actress Leighton Meester.

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Kid Rock Issues Warning After Failed Burglary of His Home: ‘I Will Not Hesitate to Shoot’

Kid Rock
Rob Kim, Getty Images

A Detroit man, 43, allegedly attempted to break into Kid Rock's Michigan home on July 31. Never one to sit on his opinions or to pipe down, Kid Rock posted photos of the would-be burglar on his blog and issued a warning to anyone who might attempt a similar action that he will protect his home, hearth and family from any invasions and that he will not hesitate to shoot a trespasser.

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As I Lay Dying Singer’s Divorce Papers Reveal Wife’s Concern Over Recent Behavior

Tim Lambesis

More details have emerged in the case of As I Lay Dying frontman Tim Lambesis, who was arrested earlier this week in a murder-for-hire plot in which he allegedly sought someone to kill his estranged wife Meggan. The couple's divorce papers offer some perspective on the situation and bring to light Meggan's concerns over Tim's recent behavior in relation to parenting their three adopted children from Ethiopia.

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Hatebreed, ‘The Divinity of Purpose’ – Album Review

Razor & Tie

Hatebreed are back in a big way in the form of 'The Divinity of Purpose,' the Connecticut mosh 'n' stomp hardcore band's first disc for new label Razor & Tie. It's anthemic, full of sing-along choruses and lyrical declarations, chunky riffing, battering ram drumming and more breakdowns than an insane asylum. It's a totally moshable affair, comprised of tight, efficient and make-their-point-and-move on songs.

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Philip H. Anselmo / Warbeast, ‘War of the Gargantuas’ – Split EP Review

Phil Anselmo Warbeast
Courtesy of Adrenaline PR

In one of the more interesting splits we've encountered as of late, Philip H. Anselmo, who requires not a single word of introduction, courtesy of his legacy, and Texas thrashers Warbeast have released their 'War of the Gargantuas' split through Anselmo's own Housecore Records. The four-song EP boasts two songs per artist, and is historical simply because it is the first time Anselmo has released any solo music (with the Illegals as his backing band) during his 30 years of active service in the name of heavy metal.

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Courtney Love Exchanges Holiday Tweets With Frances Bean Cobain, Slams Nirvana Members

Frances Courtney
Charley Gallay, Getty Images

Although their relationship has been rocky and very much in the public eye, Courtney Love and her estranged daughter Frances Bean Cobain are communicating again. Of course, most of the dialogue is coming courtesy of Love, but hey, at least it's a start.

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