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Slayer have nine songs completed for their new album, with drummer Dave Lombardo hinting that the band may release “a three or four song EP to keep the fans pacified until we come out with the full-length record.” [Metal Hammer]

Fear Factory have unveiled the cover art for their upcoming eighth studio album, The Industrialist. The California metallers have also announced additional dates on their tour with Shadows Fall. [Blabbermouth]

Overkill‘s Bobby “Blitz” Ellsworth has been thrashing away for 25 years and reveals that while it was about the girls and free booze two decades ago, it’s about something entirely different now. It involves baseballs. [Loudwire]

Philly noiseniks A Life Once Lost will blast their way through a handful of U.S. tour dates this summer. They’ll finish their new album, hit the road on June 23 in Richmond, Va. and wrap on June 29 in Pittsburgh. [ALOLMetal]

Calling all collectors. Century Media is auctioning off “Treasures From the Vault,” aka rarities and odds and sods from a variety of bands, via their eBay store. Test pressings and more are available to the highest bidder. [eBay]

Alice Cooper‘s storage archive was broken into. Precious, items, like vinyl, clothes and the original sculpture used for the cover of ‘Hey Stoopid’ were lifted. If you have information, email archives@alicecooper.com. [Brave Words]

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