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- Metallica deny that they contacted the U.S. military requesting they stop using their music for interrogation purposes. [Loudwire]

- Device have unveiled the dark new video for their single ‘Vilify.’ [Loudwire]

- On Tony Iommi‘s 65th birthday, we ask readers to name their favorite Black Sabbath album. [Loudwire]

- Three Bad Religion members dropped by to discuss religion and other topics in our new video interview. [Loudwire]

- Anthrax‘s Charlie Benante has bowed out of the band’s Australian tour dates due to personal issues. [Loudwire]

- Sir Paul McCartney, Mumford and Sons and Bjork are among the big names playing the 2013 Bonnaroo Festival. [Diffuser.fm]

- Jack White has been named the 2013 Ambassador for Record Store Day. [Diffuser.fm]

- Tom Petty and the Red Hot Chili Peppers will play the 2013 Firefly Festival. [Ultimate Classic Rock]

- Thirty-one years ago today, Ozzy Osbourne was arrested for urinating at the Alamo. [Ultimate Classic Rock]

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