Metallica have shared a clip from their forthcoming Quebec Magnetic DVD. It's the live version of "The Day That Never Comes." The DVD is due out on Dec.11 on the band's own Blackened Recordings.

"This release is a first for us... yes, boys and girls, the DVD and Blu-ray will be come out on our very own label in North America," said Metallica on their official site. "There are still some 'i's' being dotted and 't's' crossed, so we can't give you a name or fancy logo just yet, but we're pretty excited that for the first time we get to hold all the reins on a release from start to finish. Since we now get to call all the shots, the double DVD and single disc Blu-ray will be available for a price we thought was very METALLICA fan-friendly - suggested retail will be $15.98 for either format."

The band filmed three hours of footage from a show in Quebec City and here is just a taste of what they captured.

Watch 'The Day That Never Comes' Live Video

Buckcherry will join Kid Rock on his Rebel Soul tour. "Great American Rock 'n' Roll: Kid Rock and Buckcherry. That's all you have to say. The baddest rock 'n' roll tour with the American badass himself," proclaimed heavily-tattooed Buckcherry vocalist Josh Todd. The tour launches on Feb. 2 in Kansas City. The band will debut new songs from its forthcoming release Confessions while on the trek. [Via Press Release]

Korn guitarist James "Munky" Shaffer is optimistic about the reunion with former guitarist Brian "Head" Welch being of a more permanent nature. He said, "He's our brother, to be able to have him onstage with us is a great thing. He's one of the members of the band that helped define this sound." [Loudwire]

More details about the Carcass album have surfaced. Bassist/vocalist Jeff Walker confirmed the lineup for the album, what we can expect it to sound like and the reason the band has chosen to re up now.

The recording lineup is Bill Steer (guitars), Jeff Walker (bass/vocals), Daniel Wilding (drums). "For live we'll obviously add another guitarist-we have someone in mind but we are not interested in a 'name' player," Walker said. [Decibel]

King Diamond has signed a new, three-album deal with Metal Blade. "This is gonna be awesome! Another perfect piece of the puzzle. We have the full backup of Metal Blade, and there's an understanding between us that goes much, much deeper than before...Now we can't wait to get out there and start touring again!," the King said in a statement. [Via Press Release]