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  • Metallica will take the stage at next month’s GRAMMY Awards, promising something “very special and unique” for their appearance. The band is also nominated for Best Rock Song at this year's show for “Hardwired”, from their recent "Hardwired… to Self-Destruct" album. 
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  • Third Man Records is bringing yet another business to Detroit. After opening a new retail location in there last year, Jack White's label has released a teaser confirming they're going to open a vinyl pressing plant in Motor City, too. 
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  • Billy Corgan continues to tease Smashing Pumpkins fans. He explains that there's a "willingness" for the original band to reunite. Whether they will or not is another matter, though. 
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  • Cage the Elephant has released a video for the track for "Cold Cold Cold" directed by the band's frontman, Matt Schultz
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  • In case you were asleep before "Jimmy Kimmel Live" aired, we now have our first look at the R-rated "CHiPS" movie. Based on the 70's sitcom, Dax Shepard plays Jon Baker, a down on his luck officer for the California Highway Patrol who’s joined by Michael Peña, who takes on the Frank Llewelyn “Ponch” Poncherello role. Shepard also directed the movie, which features appearances by his wife, Kristen Bell, along with Vincent D’Onofrio, Maya Rudolph, Ryan Hansen and Adam Brody. "CHiPS" hits theaters on March 24th.
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  • As we previously reportedBilly Corgan is working on a few projects this year, including "Thirty Days," a video diary of his trip across the country. Now, we've got our first of episode, which follows the Smashing Pumpkins frontman as he travels around Chicago.
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  • A Perfect Circle is back! The band has announced a 20-stop tour marking their first run of shows in six years. The tour kicks off with two gig in Las Vegas on April 7th and 8th and wraps up with their previously announced May 7th show at Los Angeles' Hollywood Bowl.
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  • Norway-based musician and vocalist Leo Moracchioli takes Shakira's "Waka Waka (This Time for Africa)" to the dark side in this heavy metal cover. And...it...is...AWESOME!
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