Metallica and Foo Fighters will appear at San Francisco's Outside Lands Festival. So will Stevie Wonder and Skrillex. That's what we call eclectic. The food is supposedly top notch, too. Good eats + good music = happy rockers. The fest takes place Aug. 10 through Aug. 12, with tickets going on sale April 19. Who's going? [Spinner]

Cyber metal warriors Fear Factory have issued an apocalyptic, man vs. machine-themed trailer for The Industrialist, their upcoming album. It'll certainly psych you out for the album, which drops June 5. We've heard the future and it sounds like The Industrialist. [YouTube]

New Jersey noiseniks Dillinger Escape Plan may be releasing an EP before they issue their next full album. Guitarist Ben Weinman tweeted the proposal to fans, posting: "So anyone think Dillinger Escape Plan should put out an ep before we release an LP? Kinda feeling like showing you guys what we are up to." Sounds like they are Dillinger Escape Planning! [Twitter]

Another day, another slab o' death metal. Stream Six Feet Under's latest gore fest "18 Days," which appears on Undead. The record drops May 22. [Guitar World]

June 19 is the day P.O.D.'s Murdered Love will land in stores. The band will also hit the road and tour through May. [Razor & Tie Press Release]

Watch The Acacia Strain's "The Hills Have Eyes" Video

The Acacia Strain have partnered up with Rise Records after a lengthy stint on Prosthetic. The band's next album (and label debut) will drop in October. [Rise Records Press Release]

Watch Unearth's lyric video for 'Arise the War Cry.' It's a mix of guitar shred and inspiring, thought-provoking lyrics aka the perfect cocktail with which to get your mosh on. Battle on, battle on. [YouTube]

Maryland death groove superstars Dying Fetus have shared the first in-studio video from the Reign Supreme recording process. This vid centers on the drum tracking. The album drops June 19 via Relapse and is said to be a return to the roots, with the production more focused on "slam." Uh, we'll take it. [YouTube]

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