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 April 12, 2018:

- While we recently got Between the Buried and Me's Automata I last month, singer Tommy Rogers stated during an appearance on The Jasta Show that the band will issue Automata II on July 13. Rogers also revealed that his next Tommy Giles solo album is on track for a fall release via Sumerian Records

- Where are the manners in rock? Right here. Kudos to the guys from Cane "Frickin'" Hill for their show of respect and appreciation to Halestorm's Lzzy Hale. Check out this Instagram from Hale about what arrived after their WWE NXT collaboration this past weekend.

- What's this? Myrkur's song "Skoggen Skulle Do" has been used in the trailer for the upcoming Jim Carrey film Dark Crimes. In addition, the score will have a rock tie as Filter's Richard Patrick is overseeing the music. As the title and music suggests, it is a darker film for the comedic actor. Watch the trailer here.

- Miss May I have made their way around the world in support of Shadows Inside, and some of that journey is chronicled in the band's new video for "Under Fire." Watch here.

- Pallbearer have issued a new song titled "Dropout" as part of the Adult Swim singles series. Get a listen to the song right here.

- Comeback Kid will give a "comeback" to a popular late '80s song when they release their cover of Midnight Oil's "Beds Are Burning." Singer Andrew Neufeld says, "A while back I randomly saw the video for the song 'Beds Are Burning.' I had heard it in passing many times before but the video intrigued me at that particular time. After finding out that it was a protest song about giving back lands to an indigenous group in Australia,  it resonated with me because of the current situation our Canadian government has with its indigenous people." The song will be released digitally as part of a two-track single with the song "Little Soldier" on May 4. In addition, a limited print run of 7" releases will be available to fans during their Australian tour later this month.

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