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News From the Pit: Chad Smith Gets Death Threats, Gene Simmons Says He Can’t Sing

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- Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith says he’s received death threats over a soccer jersey mishap. [Loudwire]

- KISS bassist Gene Simmons admits on CNN, “I can’t sing.” [Ultimate Classic Rock]

- Staind‘s Aaron Lewis comments on guitarist Mike Mushok joining Jason Newsted‘s band. [Loudwire]

- Speaking of Newsted, twenty-seven years ago the bassist played his first show with Metallica. [Ultimate Classic Rock]

- One of the throat slash victims at a recent Deicide + Broken Hope show offers an update. [Loudwire]

- Buckcherry are back with a new video. Watch ‘Wrath’ here: [Loudwire]

- Ultimate Classic Rock takes you through Led Zeppelin‘s ‘IV’ via cover versions. [Ultimate Classic Rock]

- Within Temptation reveal their special guests and new album details. [Loudwire]

- Knucklebonz are issuing a limited edition Lemmy Kilmister statue. Details here: [Loudwire]

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