Ex-Slayer Drummer Dave Lombardo Enlisted By Misfits For Reunion Shows

The Misfits have recruited former Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo for their upcoming Riot Fest reunion gigs, which will see the band reunite with former singer Glenn Danzig for the first time since 1983. "The Misfits created the horror punk attitude and had a massive influence on modern rock, punk and metal," Lombardo tells Rolling Stone.

Flea Fires Back At Fox News

Flea has responded to Fox News' recent pot shot at Red Hot Chili Peppers and says he is undeterred. The network turned its attention towards the band earlier this month when the show The Five aired a clip of Flea playing bass with a gorilla named Koko. The show's anchor Greg Gutfeld went on to say they are the "worst band on the planet."

Jack White Leads His Own Team In A Celebrity Baseball Match

Jack White spent his Friday playing more than music. The frontman for the White Stripes participated in a celebrity baseball tournament at the University of North Alabama. White batted and played first baseman for his team Third Man Records in Florence, Alabama on Friday, August 26. The Third Man team dressed in black and yellow uniforms.

Blue Oyster Cult Set For Audience Network Concert

Blue Oyster Cult have offered up a live clip of their signature track "Don't Fear the Reaper" for a new concert film set to air on the Audience Network. The clip shows the band playing the song on a warehouse-like soundstage for the new concert doc, which will air on September 2 on DIRECTV Ch 239/U-verse Ch 1114 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.

Eddie Vedder Duets With Elvis Costello At Ohana Fest

Eddie Vedder connected earlier this month with Elvis Costello for a rendition of the latter's track "(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love and Understanding?" at the Ohana Festival in California. He also appeared during the set of former Pearl Jam drummer Jack Irons. Eddie's also has made some non-musical connections recently as he was cradled by Dennis Rodman.

Pete Wentz Reveals Fall Out Boy Working On New Music

Pete Wentz has opened up about the current status of Fall Out Boy and says the band is currently working on new material. During a recent performance at the Reading Festival the bassist admitted to the crowd that the band would soon be back "with new music." He also admitted before the show to NME that it's still a thrill to play such fests.

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