Hellyeah frontman Chad Gray explained in a recent interview with Billboard why his previous band Mudvayne broke up after five studio albums together and hits like "Dig". Gray revealed: "I still love and talk to those guys, but it's like being in a relationship and all the sudden things just start to fall apart. Mudvayne was just dissolving. It became too much for all of us. It was no one person in particular's fault. We all have faults. It was crumbling beneath us. I chose to be an artist and continue to play in Hellyeah."
According to TMZ, founding Korn drummer David Silveria is suing his former band claiming his 2006 departure from the group was just a hiatus and that he was ready to return to the band in 2013 but they turned him away. Furthermore, David Silveria claims he still has ownership interest in Korn, and is looking for his cut of the band's profits since he left.
After the violence during their set in El Paso, death metallers Broken Hope have now been taken off the No Salvation Tour, with just two shows to go, reportedly by Deicide's Glen Benton. Broken Hope guitarist Jeremy Wagner has issued a statement on the band's Facebook page which has since been removed. Deicide still haven't commented on the matter. There are also new developments about the incident during their set at Tricky Falls. The El Paso Police arrested a 30-year-old man they allege attacked three people while inside the Tricky Falls on Tuesday night during the concert. There was a scuffle with the victims and he pulled out a box cutter and slashed them.
After revealing part of the bands last week, Scion Rock Fest 2013 has now announced the entirety of their 2013 lineup which this year happens in Memphis, Tennessee on June 1st. Scion A/V does cool things like releasing free EPs, videos and supporting tours. The company also has a yearly free musical festival, Scion Rock Fest. You can take a look at the entire bill now unveiled as well as the flyer below.