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>>Angus Thanks Fans
(Undated) -- Angus Young is thanking AC/DC fans for their support. The guitarist recently posted a video on the band's Facebook page, calling the tour, "one big adventure."
Guns N' Roses frontman Axl Rose took over vocals on the trek after Brian Johnson was ordered to stop touring or risk total hearing loss.
>>Eagles Could Reunite With Frey's Son
(Undated) -- Don Henley is hinting that an Eagles reunion may be in the cards at some point. Henley previously said that the band was finished following Glenn Frey's death in January. In a recent interview though, he was asked about a reunion and explained, "At some point in the future, we might work our way around to that. You know, Glenn has a son who can sing and play quite well. The only way I would consider any kind of reunion, I think, would be with Glenn's son, Deacon."
>>Joe Perry's Solo Album Recorded
(Undated) -- Joe Perry's new solo album is on the way. In a new interview, the Aerosmith guitarist said the record is "in the can right now" although there is no set release date. Perry explained, "I just need to polish it up a bit more. I'm looking to release some of it in the new year." The album features several guest appearances including David Johanson and Iggy Pop.
>>Metallica Releases new Video
(Undated) -- Metallica is sharing another song from their upcoming tenth studio album. The official video for "Moth Into Flame" is available on YouTube. The full album,
"Hardwired...To Self-Destruct," will be out in November and includes two discs and 12 songs. The band is playing a special show for fan club members tonight at Webster Hall in New York City.
>>Eddie Halloween Costumes Available
(Undated) -- Iron Maiden's mascot Eddie is now available as a Halloween costume. Trick or Treat Studios is marketing six different Eddie masks, including the original, the straightjacket version and the Egyptian mummy. Check out the costumes at TrickorTreatStudios.com.
>>Van Morrison Tours For The Money
(Undated) -- Van Morrison's 36th album "Keep Me Singing" is coming out on Friday. In a recent interview, the musician talked about his future plans and hinted that he won't be slowing down any time soon. Morrison explained, "I have so much unreleased stuff it makes my head spin. I have hundreds and hundreds of songs." He also talked about why he still tours so much saying, "I've been doing a lot of touring in the past several years because I need the money. I was running out of money. I had to go out there again."