Former Gallows frontman Frank Carter: "I nearly topped myself when I was in Gallows." [NME]

Evanescence singer Amy Lee revealed that the delay between the band's albums had to do with her search for an identity outside the band. That and the fact that she can't, you know, just "crap something out." [Loudwire]

GWAR leader is really fed up with Dave Mustaine's recent politically-charged rants and claim that Barack Obama wasn't born in America. [Metal Sucks]

Anvil plan to follow their career-boosting documentary, Anvil! The Story of Anvil, with a sequel. The new film will chronicle the band's attempt to stage a peace rally in Israel. Ambition, thy name is Anvil. [MusicFrenzy]

Revolver unveiled a hand-painted poster designed specifically for this year's Golden Gods. The Jason Edmiston–designed poster is sized 18" x 24" and will be on sale at the 2012 Golden Gods Awards, held in L.A. at the Nokia Theater on April 11. It's limited edition and will go fast, so if you attend the show, nab one. Quick. [Revolver]

Paul Barker, formerly of Ministry, partnered with ex-Gossip Girl and The Pretty Reckless rocker Taylor Momsen on "Victory," which is now streaming. The song appears on FIX This!!!, the soundtrack to 'Fix,' the film that chronicles the ups and downs of Ministry, once the biggest industrial act on earth. It's a nasty slab of noise, just like we like it. [Metal Insider]

Gentleman, rev your chainsaws. Southern rockers Jackyl offer a preview of the new song 'Screwdriver,' which may appear on their next album. [Brave Words]

Syndicated radio DJ Full Metal Jackie is set to world premiere a brand new Prong song this weekend. The industrial aggro band's latest, Carved Into Stone, drops April 24, so tune in and enjoy the early taste. [Full Metal Jackie]

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