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    Rob Zombie has issued a trailer for his first-ever concert home video, The Zombie Horror Picture Show, which is due out on Blu-ray and DVD on May 20th. Zombie, who directed the film himself, leads his band through longtime favorites like "Living Dead Girl," "More Human Than Human" and "Dragula" as well as newer songs like "Ging Gang Gong De Do Gong De Laga Raga" and "Dead City Radio And The New Gods of Supertown."

    • A photo book by photographer Rob Fenn will be published as a companion piece to the Blu-ray and DVD.
    • The Zombie Horror Picture Show will feature footage filmed during stops on last year's Rockstar Energy Mayhem Festival tour in Houston on August 3rd, 2013 and Dallas on August 4th.
    • Zombie's fifth solo album, Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor, came out last April.
    • Zombie will kick off a 12-date run of shows on April 26th in Fort Myers, Florida at the Fort Rock festival, mixing other major rock festival stops with headlining shows before wrapping it up on May 10th in Camden, New Jersey.


    Muse bassist Chris Wolstenholme and drummer Dominic Howard told a Los Angeles radio station that the band will enter the studio in May to begin work on its seventh studio album. Speaking just before the first of the trio's two headlining slots at California's Coachella Festival, Howard said, "These are our last two gigs -- tomorrow and the next weekend, and then we’re completely done for touring (2012 album The 2nd Law). We’re going to go back in May and start working on some new stuff, so I think we’ll start recording it this year. If we can get something out this year, that would be great, but definitely next year."

    • Wolstenholme told us a while back that Muse never begins an album with a plan in mind: "As with any album we've done before, you know, it's always important to feel like we're moving on and we're moving in some new places and you don't always know what that's going to be at first. I think, you know, you can write a song, but any song can be taken any way you want it to go, you know." , along with Arcade Fire and Outkast.


    A musician who says he has been friends with AC/DC for "years" has corroborated reports that guitarist Malcolm Young is no longer able to perform with the band due to illness. Mark Gable, lead singer with the Choirboys, told ABC Radio Australia, "From what I understand, and it's even been confirmed in part by his son Ross . . . It would appear Malcolm is unable to perform anymore. It's not just that he is unwell, it's that it is quite serious. It will constitute that he definitely won't be able to perform live. He will probably not be able to record."

    Despite reports that Malcolm's illness will lead the band to retire now, Gable said that it's possible they could still go out on one more tour to mark their 40th anniversary. He noted that Malcolm and Angus Young's nephew Stevie replaced Malcolm on a tour a few years back.

    Australian journalist Darryl Mason wrote that Malcolm suffered a stroke last month. According to The Age, a source who knows the Young family has said that Malcolm's condition has deteriorated so badly that his wife Linda and family were investigating full-time care for the guitarist. It is believed that Malcolm is currently having in-home care at his home in the Sydney area. He is said to be having difficulty remembering familiar faces and having increasing problems communicating.

    • Meanwhile, a report posted at on Tuesday (April 15th) quoted anonymous "insiders" as saying that there are no truth to the band retirement rumors. But stories have continued to appear in the Australian press that an announcement is imminent, while the band's record label and management have yet to issue any comment on the matter.
    • While the members of AC/DC are notoriously private, lead singer Brian Johnson did reveal in a 2012 interview and in a February 2014 one that an unnamed member of the group had been ill -- but whether that was Malcolm remains unclear.
    • Johnson said in the same interview in February that the band had booked studio time this May in Vancouver -- which has been corroborated by other reports -- and planned a new album and tour to celebrate the band's 40th anniversary.
    • Asked about the prospect of retiring one day, Johnson told us that he would know when the time had come: "You know, retirement is like anything. A good football or a good ice hockey player, they don't want to retire. But unfortunately, sometimes there's a time when you have to call it quits. I don't want to do it, and if we can get out another album and do another little short tour or something, and have a bit of fun, well. I'm your man. I'll be right there."
    • AC/DC's last album was 2008's Black Ice, one of the group's most successful later albums, which was followed by a nearly two-year world tour.


    Van Halen singer David Lee Roth has said in the latest installment of his web series, The Roth Show, that the band is working on some kind of "secret' project. Roth said on the show, "Doing some catching up here, a little bit of a scrapbook. We’ve been doing a lot of traveling. (I’ve been) working on a great Van Halen project -- can’t announce anything or I’d have to come find you and swear you to secrecy."

    • Van Halen has been mostly silent since coming off the road in summer 2012 and canceling a large portion of its touring plans behind that year's album, A Different Kind Of Truth.
    • The band -- which reunited with Roth in 2007 after 23 years apart -- has reportedly been working on its 13th studio album.
    • Roth said in an interview late last year that Van Halen had started work on a new record, revealing, "I write lyrics routinely and the band plays together routinely, at least three times a week up at Ed (Van Halen)'s place."


    Slash told a Cincinnati radio station in a new interview that he wasn't a fan at first of "Sweet Child O' Mine," the Guns N' Roses track from Appetite For Destruction that became the band's biggest hit single. Slash explained, "I didn’t hate it, but I wasn’t fond of ‘Sweet Child O’ Mine.’ And that gives you a good idea of how credible my opinion is. The actual riff itself I love, but the song itself . . . "

    Slash added, "Guns N’ Roses was always a real hardcore sort of AC/DC kind of hard rock band with a lot of attitude. If we did any kind of ballads, it was bluesy. This was an uptempo ballad. That’s one of the gayest things you can write . . . it’s a great song -- I’m not knocking it -- but at the same time, it just did not fit in with the rest of our, sort of, schtick. And, of course, it would be the biggest hit we ever had."

    • "Sweet Child O' Mine" eventually hit Number One on the Billboard singles chart and helped propel Appetite For Destruction to sales of millions of copies.
    • Slash told us a while back why he thought Appetite became such a monster success: "We were the only band that was doing what it was that we were doing, with the attitude that we had. People were starved for it, because, I mean, other than us, there was Simple Minds and Motley Crue. I mean, you know, (chuckles) Cyndi Lauper, you know? I mean, that's what was going on then. So people were dying for, like, a real, blood-sweat-and-tears rock-and-roll band."
    • In addition to being the biggest hit from that album, "Sweet Child O' Mine" has been covered by artists ranging from Sheryl Crow to Luna.
    • Slash was asked in a U.K. interview to name the most lucrative song he ever wrote. He replied, "I'd guess 'Sweet Child O' Mine,' because it's the most covered.."


    Drew Barrymore's shower for her second child brought big names to her house in the Hollywood Hills over the weekend. Sources tell E! News that the events lasted all afternoon on Saturday (April 12th) and included around 50 guests.

    The insider revealed, "It was a big backyard party with around 50 guests. Reese Witherspoon and Gwyneth Paltrow were in attendance along with many of Drew's close friends and some of Will's family. Everyone had a great afternoon out in the sun. There was tons of laughter and music coming from the house. Drew was so happy to see her friends and have one last shindig before the baby comes later this month. It was a really relaxed atmosphere and all about getting together with the people she loves. Reese was one of the first guests to arrive and one of the last to leave. She had a great afternoon celebrating Drew."

    • Drew's Charlie's Angels co-star Cameron Diaz was also in attendance.
    • The 38-year-old is expected to give birth to her second daughter in about two weeks. She and husband Will Kopelman are also parents to Olive who was born in September 2012.


    Cameron Diaz views every relationship as a learning experience. The actress opens up in the May issue of InStyle about the idea of monogamy and her own relationship history.

    She reveals, "I don't know if anyone is really naturally monogamous. We all have the same instincts as animals. But we live in a society where it's been ingrained in us to do these things. I'm 41 years old -- I've been through everything, OK? I'm grateful for all of it -- whether it was quick and passing or something that lingered too long." Cameron adds, "There is not one thing I've been through that hasn't been a lesson that led me to this moment, and I can't believe how great life keeps getting."


    ROSIE O'DONNELL SLAM LINDSAY LOHAN REALITY SHOW: Rosie O'Donnell took to Twitter on Sunday (April 13th) to express how disturbed she was from watching Lindsay Lohan's docu-series on OWN. The outspoken comedian wrote, "The Lindsay show is a tragedy -- on every level -- I hope one day she gets sober for real and watches these episodes -- n sees what we all do." She later added to her disappointment with the show by writing, "So a chat with O can cure addiction and mental illness s#vzc@#@j @#n#m." Rosie also compared Lindsay's plight to another celebrity who publicly fought addiction adding, "Remember Whitney anyone ?????" in reference to Whitney Houston.

    HEIDI KLUM IN HOT WATER OVER 'GERMANY'S NEXT TOP MODEL' PHOTO SHOOT: Heidi Klum has come under fire for promoting a racially insensitive photo shoot which took place on a recent episode of Germany's Next Top Model. The shoot featured the aspiring models made up to look like Native Americans by donning headdresses and face paint. She shared the photos on her Facebook page a few weeks back and was quickly called out for being culturally and racially offensive. A spokesperson for the show issues a statement saying, "By no means was our intention to insult Native Americans or in any way demean their heritage. We sincerely apologize."

    MEGAN FOX DISCUSSES WORKING WITH MICHAEL BAY AGAIN: Megan Fox is singing a different tune about Michael Bay years after comparing him to Hitler and Napoleon in Wonderland magazine back in 2009. She was promoting her work in his new adaptation of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles to Entertainment Weekly saying, "He was one of the most lovely people that I dealt with in making this movie. I've always loved Michael. We've had our battles in the past but even when I've been really outspoken about difficulties we've had, I've always followed up by saying that I have a particular affinity to him. He can be very vulnerable, and he's very likeable and loveable. I've always been very vocal about that as well. But, sometimes we clash because we both have very willful, powerful personalities."

    JOHNNY WEIR'S DIVORCE MAY BE BACK ON: Less than 24-hours after reports surfaced that Johnny Weir may be reconciling with husband Victor Voronov, sources tell Radar Online that the split may be back on. An insider told the website, "Johnny and Victor are once again broken up, and it's because of Johnny's mom interfering. Victor thinks Johnny's mother has too much control of him, and has treated him like a second class citizen. Johnny never defends Victor to his mother, and it has just gotten out of control in the brief time the couple was broken up. According to Victor, there can't be three people in the marriage. For now, the two are again at war with each other, with plans for the divorce to proceed."

    PAUL RUDD STEPS OUT LOOKING BUFF: Paul Rudd stepped out for a little fun in the sun on vacation late last week showing off the physique he has been working on for his latest project, The 45-year-old was flaunting his bulging biceps which he has been building up for his new gig as star of Marvel's upcoming film Ant-Man. The film will be hitting theaters on July 17th, 2015.


    Dancing With the Stars' Tony Dovolani isn't happy that he was made out to be the villain during a recent argument with partner NeNe Leakes on the show. The dancer is attempting to clear things up by telling his side of the story to Us Weekly.

    He told the magazine, "Apparently I was the villain. We had just both flown a red-eye to New York, we were both tired, the switch-up didn't do us any good. It put a bump in the road and we had a little tiff! What couple doesn't? They chose to show ours and make a story out of it...and that's fine."

    • NeNe told Tony that it seemed like he had an attitude with her during their first rehearsal since he was temporarily partnered with Candace Cameron Bure during switch-up week. She said to him, "You've got an attitude. If you want to go back to Candace, you call production so you can go back to Candace...I don't deserve an attitude. So goodbye."
    • Dovolani added that he and NeNe have apologized to each other since their little spat last week.

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