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Wednesday February 4

AC/DC Reuniting With Chris Slade?

(TeamRock Radio) Former AC/DC drummer Chris Slade is rumored to be rejoining the band in place of wayward sticksman Phil Rudd. The band are due to play at the Grammy Awards ceremony in Los Angeles next week, but Rudd isn't allowed to leave New Zealand as a result of his court case over charges of threatening to kill and drug possession. Slade was set to make a publicity appearance at The Optometry Practice in California on Saturday, but cancelled at short notice. Dr Alex Robin Liu, who owns the establishment, said via Facebook: "There's actually big news regarding Slade and his career coming in several days, which is why he had to reschedule this event." Asked of the news was related to a band "spelt with four letters and a lightning bolt" Liu responds: "I am not totally sure to be honest with you. I am hoping for that!"

Read more: Wednesday February 4

Tuesday February 3

Original Santana Lineup Record 9 New Songs

(TeamRock Radio) The original Santana lineup have recorded nine tracks for their upcoming album, drummer Michael Shrieve has confirmed. The Rock And Roll Hall of Fame sticksman hooked up with the guitar icon again in 2013 to record fresh material along with guitarist Neal Schon, percussionist Mike Carabello and keyboardist Gregg Rolie for the record. It will be their first together since 1972's Santana III. He tells Hit Channel: "We have recorded nine tracks and we are getting together in April for a couple of weeks and we will be able to finish that up as well. I think that it sounds great. It's beautiful. It's like putting on a pair of old jeans." The drummer also says late Santana promoter Bill Graham, who died in 1991, was like a family member who pushed the band to success.

Read more: Tuesday February 3

Monday February 2

Alice Cooper Offers To Kill Motley Crue

(TeamRock Radio) Alice Cooper has offered to end Motley Crue's final show by killing all four members of the band. The shock-rocker - who dies in a variety of ways during his own set - remains as special guest act for the last leg of Crue's farewell world trek. Motley Crue last year signed a legally-binding deal to ensure they could never hit the road again. Cooper told Triple M about his offer to help the band live up to the agreement. "They finish up in the United States on New Year's, and that's their last gig. I told them, 'Why don't you let me kill you on stage? That finishes everything.' Four guillotines, floomp! Done! Auction off the heads on stakes."

Read more: Monday February 2

Friday January 30

Black Sabbath's Geezer Butler Posts Message About Arrest

Black Sabbath bass player Geezer Butler on Thursday (Jan. 29) made his first public comments since he was arrested after an alleged bar fight in Death Valley on Tuesday (Jan. 27). As previously reported, Butler was arrested on charges of misdemeanor assault, public intoxication and vandalism after he reportedly got into an altercation at the Corkscrew Saloon where an unnamed individual was "struck" and a window was broken, according to a statement issued by the Inyo County Sheriff's department. On Thursday, Butler acknowledged the arrest with two posts on his Facebook page. In one post he told fans "Thx for your messages & support following the unfortunate altercation that occurred." Five hours later he posted a picture himself in the desert under the heading of "After that little distraction" showing him sitting on a platform in front of ghostly figure holding a bicycle. See the photo here. Black Sabbath frontman Ozzy Osbourne also posted a message of support for Butler on his Facebook page on Thursday. Osbourne wrote, "Sending my love and support to Geezer Butler. I'm here if you need me."

Read more: Friday January 30

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