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More News From The Pit: Ozzy Osbourne Misses the ’90s, Corey Taylor Recites Book Passage

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– Ozzy Osbourne fails to recall a rather hazy period of his life — the ’90s. [Ultimate Classic Rock]

– Corey Taylor provides a video preview of his new book, ‘A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Heaven,’ by reading a passage about a spooky encounter. Watch here: [Loudwire]

– Iron Maiden have a lot of great songs, but some don’t get the respect they deserve. Check out Ultimate Classic Rock’s list of 10 Underrated Iron Maiden Songs: [Ultimate Classic Rock]

– Speaking of Iron Maiden, frontman Bruce Dickinson has secured a rather sizable investment for his aircraft maintenance company. [Loudwire]

– Buckcherry are ready to drop the new track ‘Nothing Left But Tears.’ Check out Loudwire’s exclusive lyric video premiere here: [Loudwire]

– In Flames frontman Anders Friden opens up about the band’s touring and the timeline for a new album. [Loudwire]

– Is there a future reunion in the works for L7? Vocalist Donita Sparks discusses the possibility in’s exclusive interview here: []

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