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System Of A Down have written material for their long-awaited sixth album and they could start recording work soon. But bassist Shavo Odadjian says the band are trying to avoid revealing information about the follow-up to 2005's "Mesmerize" and "Hypnotize" records.

Filter frontman Richard Patrick has revealed in a recent interview that he's excited for the upcoming album, which is “a really, really different, original-sounding thing”. Offering an update on the band's next release, Patrick stated, “I wanted to release something maybe towards the end of this summer. I'm hoping that could be the case. But, you know, I'm developing a completely new sound for the band: 'new industrial'”.


Sevendust drummer Morgan Rose has confirmed via Twitter that the band have finished recording their tenth album.


Chris Cornell has been working hard on a new solo album and he is finally finished. The singer + songwriter & guitarist dropped the news in a post on his official Facebook page.

Matt Skiba And The Sekrets will release their second album on June 1 in Europe and June 2 in North America.


Breaking Benjamin have announced that they will release their comeback album, "Dark Before Dawn", on June 23, via K-SHE '95. The disc's lead single is called "Failure".


Whitesnake are set to return with their 12th studio album this spring. "The Purple Album" will be released in North America on May 19 via Frontiers.


Megadeth leader Dave Mustaine confirms the band are continuing to audition guitarists as they search for a replacement for Chris Broderick, who left the group last fall. They are also preparing to record a new album.


Deftones' eighth album is expected in September or October and the work is “a little screwy” when compared to their previous material, says frontman Chino Moreno.


Tremonti, the band led by Creed and Alter Bridge guitarist Mark Tremonti, will release its second album, "Cauterize", in May.



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