Trent Reznor's How to Destroy Angels will release An Omen on Nov. 13 via Columbia Records. The track listing for this much anticipated set is as follows:

"Keep It Together"

"Ice Age"

"On the Wing"

"The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters"

"The Loop Closes"

"Speaking In Tongues"

[Via The PRP]

, the stoner rock band featuring onetime Kyuss and current Kyuss Lives! vocalist John Garcia, have booked a gig at the Whisky in Hollywood. It's set for Nov. 24. The band released an incredible, much slept on EP, Coping With the Urban Coyote, back in 1999 and had signed to IDJ, but that major label debut was never released. The current lineup consists of Garcia, Arthur Seay (guitar), Miguel Cancino (drums) and Seay's nephew, Owen Seay, who is all of 20. "We wanted a young hungry dude with no baggage. We've been through a lot with different bass players and we have a super positive family vibe so we just wanted someone who fits," Arthur told [Blabbermouth]

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Fallen Blue, a police organization, has put together Rock Harvest 2012. Set for Nov. 10 at the Recher Theater in Towson, Maryland, Don Dokken, Mark Boals (Yngwie Malmsteen), Paul Shortino and David Henzerling (King Kobra), Ashes of Ares (Matt Barlow and Freddie Vidales of Iced Earth and Van Williams of Nevermore), Neil Turbin (Anthrax), Michael Olivieri (Leatherwolf) and Mike Orlando (Adrenaline Mob, TRED) are all on the bill, among many others. [Fallen Blue]

's Matt Heafy will perform a solo acoustic gig at 2112, a Gothenburg, Sweden restaurant owned and operated by Peter Iwers and Björn Gelotte of In Flames. The gig is set for Thursday, November 1. [Twitter]

Machine Head
guitarist, the newly married Phil Demmel (who swapped vows with Bleeding Through beauty and keyboardist Marta Peterson), opened up about his excitement about the band's fall tour with Dethklok, All That Remains and The Black Dahlia Murder. It's an eclectic bill, and one not to be missed by metal fans. While Demmel is not a huge fan of Metalocalypse, he is still stoked to get on the road. He said, "You know I've seen bits and pieces of the cartoon and not really all too familiar with it but I know that it's a whole different demographic that's coming to a Machine Head show and touring with bands like All That Remains and Black Dahlia, it's such a diverse group and such a cool, eclectic bill. I'm looking forward to touring with all of the bands, I think it'll be great." Machine Head will release Machine Fucking Head Live on Nov. 13. [Loudwire]