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Former Queens Of The Stone Age bassist Nick Oliveri will avoid jail time in relation to his standoff with a Los Angeles, CA S.W.A.T. team last summer. According to, Oliveri cut a deal, pleading guilty to possession of cocaine with the remaining six felony counts being dismissed.

As part of the deal he will be sentenced to 3 years felony probation; plus 52 weeks of anger management and 200 hours of community service.

Trapped Under Ice, Backtrack, Naysayer, Fire & Ice, Born Low and Out Crowd will team up for an East Coast trek later this year. It will carry the title of the “United Forces Tour” with dates set to run as follows:

10/04 Chicago, IL – Beat Kitchen
10/05 Lansing, MI – The Loft
10/06 Toronto, ON – Hard Luck
10/07 Montreal, QC – La Sala Rosa
10/08 Garden City, NY – Ethical Humanist Society of LI
10/09 Philadelphia, PA – The Barbary
10/10 Richmond, VA – Kingdom
10/11 Atlanta, GA – Suburbia
10/12 Jacksonville, FL – Taproom
10/13 Pompano Beach, FL – Rocket Town
10/14 Tampa, FL – The Orpheum

Into Eternity will return to the U.S. this month as part of the “North American Devastation Tour” with Single Bullet Theory and Rikisha. Dates for that run include:

08/09 Cudahy, WI – Blue Pig
08/10 Waterloo, IA – Reverb Rock Garden
08/11 Steger, IL – Another Hole In The Wall
08/12 Detroit, MI – IROCK
08/13 Lakewood, OH – The Foundry
08/14 Rochester, NY – California Brew Haus
08/15 Toronto, ON – Hard Luck Bar
08/16 Montreal, QC – Petit Campus
08/17 Cambridge, MA – Middle East
08/18 Poughkeepsie, NY – The Loft
08/19 Wilmington, DE – Mojo 12
08/20 Springfield, VA – Empire
08/21 Brooklyn, NY – Saint Vitus
08/22 Evansville, IN – The Duck Inn
08/23 Battle Creek, MI – Planet Rock
08/24 St. Paul, MN – Station 4

The new Devin Townsend Project song “Lucky Animals” will premiere this weekend on Full Metal Jackie‘s radio broadcast. The song is the first single from the groups new album “Epicloud“, due out September 18th. In case you missed it, a new audio teaser for the outing was posted online earlier today.

Isis To Posthumously Release “Temporal” Rarities & Remixes Collection

Isis are preparing to release a rarities and remixes collection titled “Temporal” through Ipecac Recordings on November 06th. According to the official press release:

Temporal spans the groundbreaking band’s entire discography with inclusions from Mosquito Control to the band’s final full-length album, Wavering Radiant. “It was fun and also very nostalgic collecting material for this release,” commented Aaron Harris. “I hear our catalogue differently now that I’m not living with these songs day to day. This is a special collection of outtakes, demos, unreleased tracks and videos; some of which I think we even forgot about.” More details including a complete track listing will be released soon.”

Code Orange Kids To Tour Eastern Canada In October With Bane

Code Orange Kids will play a string of eastern Canadian dates with Bane in October in support of their forthcoming Kurt Ballou (Converge, High On Fire) produced new album. The schedule can be found below while a release date for the aforementioned effort is currently pending.

10/14 Ottawa, ON – Club Saw (no Bane)
10/15 Montreal, QC – La Sala Rosa
10/16 La Baie, QC – Hotel Plaza
10/17 Quebec City, QC – Union Commerciale
10/18 Rimouski, QC – Coop Paradis
10/19 Charlottetown, PE – Murphy’s Community Centre
10/20 Halifax, NS – The Pavillion (“Halifax Pop Explosion!”)

Palms (Deftones, Ex-Isis) Debut Expected In 2013

The debut offering from Palms—the outfit featuring DeftonesChino Moreno and ex-Isis members Aaron Harris, Jeff Caxide and Bryant Clifford Meyer—won’t surface until 2013 via Ipecac Recordings.

A recent update from Harris confirmed that the music for the effort has been completed and the group are just waiting for Moreno to get time to lay down the vocals.

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