Ronnie James Dio's childhood home in Cortland, New York is up for sale. It's being auctioned on eBay of all places. The seller says he bought the home from the late singer almost four years ago, but now has to sell it due so he can move into a bigger place to accommodate his growing family. He describes the dwelling as having a "detached garage," which is where Dio used to play with his friends and bandmates. So it's more like a location of metal history, as opposed to just another house on the real estate market. Bidding opened at $90,000. Any takers? [Via VH1 Classic]

Neurosis will release their first album since 2007's Given to the Rising in the form of Honor Found in Decay. We love their complicated and artful song titles, since they fit the band's wall of sound style. The album is due on Oct. 30 via the band's own Neurot Recordings. More info will be made available in coming weeks, so expect elucidation then. Be patient. [Via Press Release]

Watch Dethklock's "Bloodrocuted" Video

Fans of Dethklok and Metalocalypse number far and wide, and the list includes celebs, as well as metal fans. Still, braintrust Brendon Small is humbled by anyone who likes his projects, saying, "I'm surprised anybody likes anything I'm involved with so anytime anyone's a fan I'm very surprised. Ultimately the way I look at it is that, for me and the people that make the show – for use we're like the audience and if people like it beyond that – it's been crazy to get people that have been a part of this show, not necessarily meaning fans but Billy Gibbons from ZZ Top to Steve Vai to Dave Grohl to King Diamond. I've tricked them into working on the show that doesn't necessarily make them fans but that's been the most exciting part. I'm trying to think who else, oh Jon Hamm from 'Mad Men' who's been on the show – he's a fan." [Loudwire]

Iwrestledabearonce have announced the Ruining Earth for Everybody tour, featuring Oceano, Vanna Within the Ruins, The Plot in You and Surrounded by Monsters. IWABO will headline, without former frontwoman, the newly preggers Krysta Cameron, of course.

Tour dates are as follows:

10.05.12 San Diego, CA @ SOMA

10.06.12 Pomona, CA @ The Glasshouse

10.07.12 Sacramento, CA @ Ace of Spades

10.09.12 Tempe, AZ @ Rocky Point Cantina

10.10.12 San Antonio, TX @ White Rabbit

10.11.12 Mcallen, TX @ Geo's Music Venue

10.12.12 Houston, TX @ Warehouse Live

10.13.12 Dallas, TX @ Palladium Ballroom

10.15.12 St. Louis, MO @ Fu Bar

10.16.12 Joliet, IL @ Mojoes

10.17.12 St. Paul, MN @ Station 4

10.18.12 Milwaukee, WI @ The Rave

10.19.12 Indianapolis, IN @ Emerson Theatre

10.20.12 Detroit, MI @ Magic Stick

10.21.12 Cleveland, OH @ Peabodys

10.22.12 Toronto, ON @ Wreck Room

10.24.12 Montreal, QC @ Corona Theatre

10.25.12 New York, NY @ Santos Party House

10.26.12 Worcester, MA @ Palladium

10.27.12 Albany, NY @ Upstate Concert Hall

10.28.12 Springfield, VA @ Empire

10.29.12 Richmond, VA @ Kingdom

10.31.12 Greensboro, NC @ Greene Street

11.01.12 Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade

11.02.12 Little Rock, AR @ Downtown Music

11.03.12 Lawrence, KS @ Granada

11.04.12 Denver, CO @ Marquis Theatre

11.05.12 Salt Lake City, UT @ Club Sound

11.06.12 Boise, ID @ The Venue

11.08.12 Spokane, WA @ A Club

11.09.12 Seattle, WA @ Studio Seven

11.10.12 Portland, OR @ Branx

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