- Ozzy Osbourne says that his reunion with Black Sabbath did not contribute to his relapse. [Loudwire]

- Black Sabbath say they haven't decided yet whether or not they will do another album. [Ultimate Classic Rock]

- Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian announces plans to release memoir, 'I'm the Man.' [Loudwire]

- Marilyn Manson songs are being turned into lullabies. [Loudwire]

- Former Hinder frontman Austin Winkler issues a statement on his exit. [Loudwire]

- Monster Magnet's Dave Wyndorf talks 'Last Patrol' sound, the band's return to touring in the U.S. and more. [Loudwire]

- Bleeding Through's van crashes during the band's farewell tour. [Loudwire]

- Ultimate Classic Rock flashes back 30 years to count down the 10 Best Albums of 1983. [Loudwire]

- The Beastie Boys issue an open letter on the Goldiebloxs 'Girls' viral commercial. [Loudwire]

- Ozzy Osbourne starts campaigning for son Jack on 'Dancing With the Stars.' [Loudwire]

- Dee Snider is plotting a Christmas musical for 2014. [Ultimate Classic Rock]