Jon Bon Jovi will serve as the face of Avon's forthcoming Unplugged scents, which are a pair of fragrances for men and women. JBJ is partnering with the cosmetics giant because he loves their philanthropy and philosophy.

"Avon, and the Avon Foundation for Women, have given support and a voice to those in need for decades," says Jon Bon Jovi. "Their philosophy of empowerment sends a strong message and I'm pleased to partner with them." Unplugged for Her is due in October, while Unplugged for Him follows in November. [Via Press Release]

There's bad and then there is just plan awful. For a good laugh at some seriously "What the hell were they thinking moments," check out this collection of band promo photo fails, where some of the most epically terrible promotional photos will have you rolling on the floor, laughing your ass off. We can't decide which is the most bad, if that's even a word! [Loudwire]

is offering a free download of their new track, "True American Hate." The song comes off their upcoming album, Dark Roots of Earth, which will hit stores on July 31 via Nuclear Blast. Head to Blabbermouth for the free MP3 download. [Blabbermouth]

Linkin Park have teamed up with Open Labs and Dell to create one-of-a-kind music software, which offers a compelling and affordable solution for professional musicians to live out their dreams. The product spent years in the testing phases. Now, MUSIC OS (Linkin Park Edition) makes it easier for musicians to create, organize, perform and share the music they make. The band worked closely with the Music OS team to craft the current and future software product, which will take advantage of new features in Microsoft's Windows 8 launch in October.

"I would recommend Music OS to any music professional," said vocaslist Mike Shinoda. "For a touring musician, it's the perfect tool for creating, organizing and performing live." The band is providing a robust library of sounds, loops and kits, allowing users to create their own songs using signature sounds created by the band themselves. How generous of them. More info is here. [Via Linkin Park Press Release]

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Abigail Williams have announced that their upcoming tour will be their last. The American black metal act posted the news that they won't be road warriors any longer. They will be breaking up after the tour. Becoming dropped in January of this year. Read the band's heartfelt statement on their Facebook page. [Facebook]

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