Here are links to some stories that made news today:
Muse held a chat with fans on Twitter today and the archive is posted here. Last night Muse played two songs from The 2nd Law on the BBC's Later With Jools Holland. Watch the performance here.
Soundgarden's new single, "Been Away Too Long" drops tomorrow, but it ended up leaking online.
Depeche Mode's 13th studio record will be released in April. World tour dates are expected to be announced in a few weeks.
Tre Cool's ex-wife told Celebuzz Billie Joe Armstrong had been "drinking a lot" prior to Green Day's show in Vegas, and is "doing ok" now. Meanwhile, Green Day's replacement on Jimmy Kimmel last night was Alanis Morrissette, who performed a new song as well as an emotional cover of "Basket Case." Watch it here.
Morrissey came to the aid of an elderly woman who fainted in a bookstore in New York City.
Coheed & Cambria premiered the song "The Afterman" exclusively on Rolling Stone and is streaming here. Coheed's full album The Afterman: Ascension drops October 9th.
Maynard James Keenan wrote about films in his latest column for the Phoenix New Times. Read it here.
The Quietus celebrated the 25th anniversary of Jane's Addiction self-titled debut album with a feature here.
Jack's Mannequin recently announced they were breaking up, but they decided to give fans one last song. Stream and grab a free download of "Wrecking Ball Heart" here.
Andy Williams died yesterday at his home in Montana at the age of 84 years old. Read more about Williams here and watch a performance of "Moon River" with Henry Mancini (who co-wrote the song with Johnny Mercer) below.