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 Sept. 21, 2017:

- Head into the studio for some high speed hijinks and raucous rocking with DragonForce. You can watch the band's new "Midnight Madness" video above. The song is featured on their Reaching Into Infinity album.

- Ministry have some good news and bad news. The good news is that the band has just inked a deal with Nuclear Blast for their Amerikkkant album, but on the bad side, there will be a little delay before the disc drops. In a newly posted message at their PledgeMusic campaign, they revealed that the release has been pushed back to March 2018 to accommodate manufacturing timelines.

- Pearl Jam and Soundgarden drummer Matt Cameron has released another new song from his debut solo project Cavedweller. Take a listen to the fuzzed out rocker "All at Once" right here. The Cavedweller album drops tomorrow (Sept. 22).

- Deep calleth upon you! That's right! In celebration of Satyricon's Deep Calleth Upon Deep album arriving in stores, the band is planning to stream a live performance, playing a rooftop concert from the Barcode in Oslo, Norway. Visit their Facebook page at 12PM PT / 3PM ET on Friday (Sept. 22) for the show.

- The Voodoo Music + Arts Experience has revealed the daily lineups for this year's festival. Foo Fighters are set to headline on Saturday, Oct. 28, while Prophets of Rage, Live and others are set for the weekend. See the lineup for the festival here.

- Wes Borland's Big Dumb Face band is moving along with their long awaited new album. The musician just posted a dry erase board photo filled with 12 songs titles for the upcoming disc. Borland says the band is trying to finish the disc in five weeks with the album expected to arrive on Halloween.

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