In addition to the big stories we covered today, here are some other rock and metal news items from July 27, 2017:

- Metallica's Lars Ulrich will welcome his Metallica bandmates on his Beats 1 online radio show It's Electric over the coming weeks. Kirk Hammett will guest July 30, Robert Trujillo on Aug. 6 and James Hetfield on Aug. 13. The show airs Sundays at 3PM PT and can be heard here.

- The Black Dahlia Murder's Brian Eschbach revealed to Agoraphobic News that the band's next album will be titled Nightbringer and that it's expected to arrive on Oct. 6.

- Gemini Syndrome have a change in their ranks. Former Tantric and Flaw guitarist Tommy Gibbons has joined the group, taking over for Charles Lee Salvaggio. Gibbons will make his debut with the band on Aug. 13 at Edgefest in Jerome, Idaho.

- Blink-182's Mark Hoppus and his wife Skye are auctioning items from their Beverly Hills estate to raise funds for the Children's Hospital Los Angeles. Items include watches, vases, chandeliers and even a "Hello My Name Is Mark" skate deck. See all items here.

- The Winery Dogs have launched a PledgeMusic pre-order for Dog Years: Live in Santiago & Beyond 2013-2016. Head here to see all of the various add-ons you can get for the set, which is due Aug. 4.

- We recently reported on Stone Temple Pilots' planned 25th Anniversary Deluxe Edition of their Core album. Now an early demo version of "Sex Type Thing" has surfaced that you can check out here. Head here to pre-order the set.

- Righteous Vendetta have unveiled their new video for "Weight of the World." The song is featured on the band's most recent album Cursed.

- 9Electric will kick off a headline tour Aug. 12 in Las Vegas, supporting their latest album The Damaged Ones. Quor, City of the Weak, Righteous Vendetta and Death Valley High will support on select dates. See the stops and get ticket info here.

- The "G4" experience is underway, but you can catch a glimpse of a jam session featuring Joe Satriani, Paul Gilbert and Phil Collen right here thanks to a Satriani tweet.

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