In addition to the big stories we covered today, Wire-to-Wire provides you with some of the other key rock and metal news items from March 22, 2018:

- Lacuna Coil's Cristina Scabbia has pulled up a chair with the Italian edition of The Voice. The vocalist is serving as one of the coaches for the just starting new season and you can see a featurette about her appearance (in Italian) right here.

- For those pouring over every detail of that new Tool album, guitarist Adam Jones has revealed that the band is working with 2" tape and an "ultimate SSL board w/ Neve and API modules. See his posting about the analog setup here.

- 10 Years have a busy year on the road ahead of them. The band has filled in their spring touring with dates carrying over into mid-June. They'll share stages with Shinedown, In This Moment and Breaking Benjamin on select dates. See their scheduled shows here.

- X Japan are making the most of their time out west. The band will play both weekends of Coachella, but in between, they've booked a special screening of their We Are X documentary at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles on April 18. Get more details here.

- 7 Seconds have called it a career. Singer Kevin Seconds issued a heartfelt missive to the band's fans making the announcement on behalf of the group. The band's tenure ends after 38 years. See their statement here.

- Duck into the studio for the latest Royal Hunt video, as the band performs their new song "Fistful of Misery." Watch the clip here.

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