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  • AFI releases its 10th studio album on Friday (January 20th), a self-titled effort that's officially called the "Blood Album" by the band. The group wrote more than 60 tunes for the disc before cutting that down to the eventual track list, and we asked singer Davey Havok how AFI ends up deciding on the final songs: "It's a matter of being drawn toward songs that move us in a sometimes non-specific way. And we like a hook, we like a melody, and so songs that we feel have that resonance and that catchiness, we're often drawn to."

    • The new single from the "Blood Album" is called "Snow Cats."
    • The band is launching a tour in support of the new disc on Friday in Los Angeles, wrapping up a little over a month later on February 21st in San Diego. This will be AFI's first full tour in several years, following the completion of the tour cycle for 2013's Burials album.
    • AFI guitarist Jade Puget was asked by Loudwire if the band was bringing any production out on the road with them. Puget replied, "There is production involved, but we’re not one of those bands that brings a giant production out . . . We’re doing some things on this tour that we haven’t done before with lights and syncing to our songs. We’re doing screens -- so they’ll be some stuff our fans haven’t seen before. I’m excited to see it myself."

  • Korn frontman Jonathan Davis has launched a two-week T-shirt brand campaign in collaboration with Merchful to help those that are suffering from bullying or suicidal thoughts. According to Blabbermouth, a portion of the proceeds from sales of the shirt will benefit the non-profit organizations the American Foundation For Suicide Prevention and Stomp Out Bullying.

    Davis said in a statement, "As you know, bullying is something a lot of people have to deal with, and many times that type of harassment leads to suicide. Let's help shine a light on this crap, let's be weird, let's be different, but always be yourself. Let's see how many people we can get behind this movement."

    • Back in 2014, Korn released a song called "Hater" off the deluxe edition of its album The Paradigm Shift. The accompanying video featured fan-submitted video clips where they shared personal experiences of being a victim of bullying, abuse or hatred and how that affected them.
    • Korn's latest album, The Serenity Of Suffering, debuted at Number Four on the Billboard 200 album chart in November, marking the 13th time that a Korn release has debuted in the Top 10 and tying the group with Led Zeppelin.
    • Korn is next scheduled to play on March 5th and 6th at the House Of Blues in Anaheim, California, after which the band is confirmed for several spring festivals, including Carolina Rebellion, Rock On The Range, Chicago Open Air and Rock USA.

  • Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich told Noisey in a new interview that he finds the world of film more interesting than what's happening in music these days. Ulrich explained, "Music is not terribly inspiring anymore unfortunately. In the world of film, there are still more creative things happening -- it’s more intriguing. Film is definitely my favorite escape. These things gestures to his smartphone have a tendency to disrupt your life if you let them, so I guess seeing films is the most immediate disassociation from this damn thing."

    • Ulrich has actually had a few small acting roles over the years, although he told us it's not something he sees as a second career: "The acting thing is not something that I'm chasing. The couple, three, four things I've done are all people that have come to me and asked me if I wanted to partake. I'm certainly interested in film, I'm passionate about film, but I can't tell you that it's something that I'm chasing, and I don't have any sort of aspirations about being some next level actor or anything like that." .

  • Thirty Seconds To Mars has unveiled the details of its third annual Summer Camp event, scheduled from August 12th to 14th in Malibu, California. The weekend-long Camp Mars will feature two performances from the band, along with activities like yoga, hiking, archery, meditation, and talks from professional speakers.

    Frontman Jared Leto said, "When last year's Camp sold out in just over a day, we were blown away and humbled. And to be doing this for a third year in a row is an absolute dream. We not only get to share our music, great food and tons of fun with people we love -- but it also takes place in one of our favorite places on the planet, the beautiful mountains of sunny Malibu, California."

    • In a video trailer accompanying the announcement, Leto added, "I've been coming to this area for 20 years. I was always curious about this place, and I thought, 'What an amazing location' . . . It's a really beautiful gift to be able to do something that's so unique."
    • Ticket packages go on sale starting February 1st at 1:00 p.m. ET.
    • The band documented the previous year's Camp Mars experience in a concert film released last October.
    • Thirty Seconds To Mars is currently working on its fifth studio album, which will follow up 2013's Love, Lust, Faith Dreams.


    CHRISSY TEIGEN FLAUNTS STRETCH MARKS: The supermodel mom Chrissy Teigen hit up Twitter after a few glasses of wine to show off her stretch marks and remind everyone why they love her so much. "Whatevs," she wrote, next to a snap of her stretch marks. "When I drink wine I say 'whatevs' and sober Chrissy doesn't like it," she added. LOL! Later, she clarified, writing: "I do not post stretchies for the praise. I post it because the wine also I like the pattern and they're so soft."

    CHRIS EVANS PRANKS FANS WITH HELP OF A CAPTAIN AMERICA DOLL: Chris Evans channeled his Captain America character in help out a charity, surprising fans who had no idea what was in store for them. He collaborated with Omaze to raise funds for Christopher's Haven, kicking things off with a Captain America doll hooked up to a speaker in the middle of a Massachusetts comic bookstore. He was hiding out in a separate room, giving participants a series of objectives to get into the "Escape Room," where Evans was waiting to make the grand reveal to excited – and very surprised – fans.

    ASHLEY GREENE, PAUL KHOURY PLANNING A LONG ENGAGEMENT: Ashley Greene is psyched to be engaged, but she is in no rush to get the aisle, the 29-year-old actress recently told E! News. Paul Khoury proposed in December, after receiving a few dos and don'ts on the ring, she tells E!: "I want to enjoy the engagement, and I feel like if tried to plan a wedding before the end of this year it would just get stressful. I just don't want it to be that at all. I'm just going to enjoy it, you know? I know it's coming, and then we'll enjoy be married and that whole bit. I think this year we really want to focus on our careers and kind of starting to build our life together." 2017 is working out to be a big year for Greene, who appears in the DirecTV series Rogue and has two movies, Accident Man and Antiquities, in the works.

    CUBA GOODING JR. FILES FOR DIVORCE: Cuba Gooding, Jr. has filed for divorce from his wife Sara Gooding. The two have been separated since 2014, when Sara originally filed. Cuba finally responded to the separation with a petition of divorce. According to TMZ, he is requesting joint legal and physical custody of their 10-year-old daughter.. He’s also offering spousal support for his longtime wife. Cuba only wants to split assets from before the time Sara filed for the initial separation. The two have been married for 20 years.

    TAREK EL MOUSSA SETS RECORD STRAIGHT ABOUT DIVORCE: Several rumors have been swirling about the divorce of Christina and Tarek El Moussa, stars on HGTV's Flip or Flop. In Touch published several of the claims, writing that Tarek referred to Christina as a "whore" in addition to other disparaging rumors about both stars. Tarek saw the report and hit back on social media, writing: "No matter the lies, innuendo, salacious gossip and 'fake news' that is thrown at me from irresponsible media outlets via anonymous sources, I will keep my focus on what matters most, which is co-parenting our children and working hard on our business." The couple married in 2009, have two children together and have publicly stated that they intend to continue co-parenting and working together in a civil and friendly manner.

    SARAH JESSICA PARKER DITCHES PCA PARTIES FOR DAUGHTER'S RECITAL: Divorce star Sarah Jessica Parker skipped out on celebrating her win for Favorite Premium Series Actress after the People's Choice Awards, telling E! That she had to jet back to NYC. Parker explains: "I'm running to catch an airplane right now. Literally I have two more seconds then I have to run home. I'm going back home to New York. My daughters have a piano concert tomorrow, so I have to be there for that." Parker is mother to Marion and Tabitha, both 8, and James, 15, with husband Matthew Broderick. Mamma mia!


    Judge Reinhold has pleaded no contest on Tuesday to misdemeanor disorderly conduct charges over an airport security dispute at Dallas Love Field.

    The charge will be eventually be dropped if the 59-year-old actor stays out of trouble for the next 90 days.

    • Authorities say Reinhold was arrested on December 8th after refusing a Transportation Security Administration screening. The star of Fast Times At Ridgemont High and Beverly Hills Cop says he walked through a scanner but wouldn't let agents check his backpack, which contained DVDs and CDs.
    • Reinhold later cited an adverse reaction to medication for a respiratory infection as contributing to his behavior.
    • He apologized after his December 9th release from jail and then apologized again in a statement on Wednesday supporting Dallas police.


    On Wednesday, Amber Rose took callers during an Instagram Live video, but ended one conversation after the woman appeared to joke about being a molestation victim.

    Haters quickly twisted the situation and accused Rose of being rude to an actual sexual assault victim, prompting her to post a response yesterday.

    • "A woman called in and said that she was molested by her uncle when she was 5 years old at the same time laughing with her friend in the background. She obviously wanted A moment on our IG live that’s why I said 'That’s too much' and hung up on her," Rose explained.
    • "It’s disappointing that you can devote your life into helping people every single day and one misunderstanding everybody turns their back on you."
    • She concluded: "Ask yourself what are YOU doing for Women’s Rights?"


    Gavin Polone, the producer of the upcoming A Dog's Purpose, was horrified by a video from the film's set showing a German Shepherd being forced to film a water scene.

    "I'm horrified by this..It was someone's job to watch out for this kind of thing. Why didn't they?" he said yesterday.

    • Josh Gad, who lent his voice for the movie, took to Twitter to tell his followers that although he wasn't on set while the movie was being filmed, he was "shaken and sad to see any animal put in a situation against its will."
    • PETA has released a statement urging moviegoers to boycott the film, along with "any other movies that use live animals."
    • The American Humane Association also addressed the video, saying that their representative who was on set during production has been placed on "administrative leave."

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