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More News From The Pit: Brian ‘Head’ Welch Discusses ‘Shift’ Back to Korn; Sammy Hagar Details New Collaborations Album

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- Guitarist Brian ‘Head’ Welch opens up about his “shift” back into Korn in his latest ‘Head’s Korner’ column. Read here: [Loudwire]

- Sammy Hagar details the collaborations and track listing for his ‘Sammy Hagar & Friends’ album. [Ultimate Classic Rock]

- What are the best hard rock albums of 2013 so far? Loudwire provides their list: [Loudwire]

- Ministry‘s Al Jourgensen discusses dying multiple times, alien encounters + more in Loudwire’s exclusive interview. [Loudwire]

- Children of Bodom‘s Alexi Laiho opens up about just how much alcohol his band can drink in a day. Watch here: [Loudwire]

- Ten years ago, Judas Priest was back in its most popular state as Rob Halford returned to the band. [Ultimate Classic Rock]

- Beastie Boys‘ Mike D. resurfaces with new music. [Loudwire]

- Alice Cooper guitarist Steve Hunter has stepped out for a new solo album. [Ultimate Classic Rock]

 

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