A Look back at the top stories from this past week
Scott Weiland says he's spoken to his former Velvet Revolver bandmates about reuniting to perform at some upcoming music festival- for 'easy money.'
Tim 'Herb' Alexander, drummer with Primus and Puscifer, has suffered a heart attack, it's been confirmed.
More rare Jimi Hendrix recordings will be released over the next three years.
Jay Sedrish, the executive producer and production manager of Midnight Rider, the now-suspended Gregg Allman biopic, turned himself in to Wayne County, Ga., police on Thursday
Former As I Lay Dying frontman Tim Lambesis was back in court Friday morning to have his prison sentence reduced by the amount of time he was our on bail wearing a GPS monitor and restricted to his parents' home - but was ultimately denied
Avenged Sevenfold and Mastodon are back in charge of their Twitter accounts after they were taken over by a group of racist hackers this past week
Gene Simmons that there is no chance of the original KISS lineup ever reuniting, despite their induction into the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame this past spring
Former Megadeth members Nick Menza and James LoMenzo's recent studio sessions are already bearing fruit - with the pair releasing their cover of Metallica's Motorbreath
Guitarist Keith Richards has hinted in a new online video for fans that the Rolling Stones are planning more work after they complete their 2014 commitments