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More News From The Pit: Metallica’s Decade of ‘Anger,’ Josh Homme Details Car Crash

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– Has it really been a full decade? Metallica’s ‘St. Anger’ album hits the big 1-0 today (June 5). [Ultimate Classic Rock]

– Speaking of Metallica, Loudwire offers 10 Reasons Not to Be Mad at ‘St. Anger.’ [Loudwire]

– Queens of the Stone Age’s Josh Homme recounts a bizarre tale involving a car crash and a ‘One Tree Hill’ actress. [Loudwire]

– Alice in Chains’ latest effort, ‘The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here,’ enjoyed a solid opening week, landing at No. 2 on the Billboard Album Chart. [Loudwire]

– Alice Cooper shares his regret for giving up the guitar. [Ultimate Classic Rock]

– In This Moment take you behind the scenes of their ‘Adrenalize’ video shoot in Loudwire’s exclusive video. Watch here: [Loudwire]

– Filter’s Richard Patrick opens up about his longtime friendship with Trent Reznor. Watch here: [Loudwire]

– With Led Zeppelin inactive, bassist John Paul Jones has turned his attention to opera. [Ultimate Classic Rock]

– Dream Theater keyboardist Jordan Rudess updates the band’s album progress and tour plans in a new interview. Read here: [Loudwire]

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