Fall Out Boy will headline the opening night of the annual and much anticipated Skate and Surf Festival. More performers have been added to the bill, including Timeflies, Lights, Streetlight Manifesto, Miss May I and more.

Other previously announced performers include A Day to Remember, who will headline the closing day of the festival, along with Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Saves the Day, Bayside, Andrew W.K., RX Bandits, Glassjaw, Hopsin, Transit, Into It. Over It., Hostage Calm, Issues, Tyler Carter, This Good Robot and more.

The annual New Jersey festival will take place this year on May 18 and 19 at the Plaza Green at iPlay America, a premiere entertainment complex in Freehold, New Jersey. [Via Press Release]

Tomahawk have dropped the video for "Oddfellows," the title track from their new album. It's a live clip that also features animation. Pull up a chair and watch! [Loudwire]

Six Feet Under will release Unborn, their 10th album, on March 19. Chris Barnes and his merry band of death metal muckrakers are back for more. [Via Press Release]

Billy Graziadei of Biohazard fame joined Strife on stage at their Feb. 1 show at the Key Club in Los Angeles. He performed "Never Look Back" with the band. Check out the footage below:

Watch Billy Graziadei with Strife

One person not stoked about Halestorm winning the Grammy for Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance on Sunday night? Shadows Fall drummer Jason Bittner. The outspoken skinsman posted the following, no-holds-barred note on his Facebook page:

"Well I know I'm gonna get a lot of shit for this but I just don't care anymore.... How the FUCK does Maiden, Megadeth, LOG, and my "other family" ANTHRAX lose the Grammys to ________ (not gonna say the name)!!!! Shit is rotten in the music business and this proves it!!! And I thought the Jethro Tull thing in 1989 was bad enough but this beats it hands down!!! "

Does he have a point there or do you think it's sour grapes? Go forth and discus...

Palms, which features Deftones' frontman Chino Moreno playing with members of Isis, will drop their debut effort on June 25 via Mike Patton's Ipecac Records.

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