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- Five Finger Death Punch will have not one, but two brand new albums out as part of a double-disc set in 2013. [Loudwire]

- Metallica took part in a jam session with San Francisco Giants pitcher Barry Zito ahead of their upcoming appearance at a Giants game this weekend. Watch it here: [Loudwire]

- Former Killswitch Engage frontman Howard Jones reveals that he was in a coma for three days last year as a result of his diabetes. [Loudwire]

- Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian expresses his desire to play with AC/DC. [Loudwire]

- Further‘s Bob Weir will be unable to perform over the next few weeks after collapsing onstage during a recent show. [Ultimate Classic Rock]

- Lou Gramm is mulling the possibility of rejoining Foreigner for what would be a farewell tour. [Ultimate Classic Rock]

- Twenty-four years ago, the Cure released one of their biggest albums, ‘Disintegration.’ [Diffuser.fm]

- The 2013 Bonnaroo Festival has placed all of this year’s performers into a day-by-day schedule. [Diffuser.fm]

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