Here are some of the stories making news today (and some leftovers from the weekend):
Marilyn Manson and Rob Zombie exchanged unpleasantries and barbs at Friday's show in Detroit. Watch the drama unfold on video.
Iggy + The Stooges played a private concert in Paris as part of a beer promotion a few weeks ago. Watch pro-shot video of the entire show.
Trent Reznor and David Byrne spoke on the music business yesterday in Los Angeles. Watch some video from the panel discussion, including Reznor's explanation of why he's decided to once again release music via a major label.
New Order played Dallas on Friday night. Read a review and watch video from the show here.
Depeche Mode announced they're going to be answering some fan questions during their October 23rd press conference. Details + stream a new remix of "Somebody" here.
Practice your synth skills. Be patient while the site loads, it's pretty nifty.
Watch a short video of Soundgarden's Chris Cornell and Matt Cameron discussing King Animal.
The Rolling Stones have confirmed some anniversary concerts.
Tori Amos explained the meaning of "Cornflake Girl" in a recent NME video feature.
Billie Joe Armstrong may be rehab through the end of the year.
Tim Armstrong from Rancid/Transplants has his own line of Fenders.
Placebo have released a new set of songs. The B3 EP drops in North America tomorrow and is out today in Europe. Stream the title track here.
Watch a Smiths concert filmed in 1985.
Some loser ripped off J Mascis' guitar at a recent Dinosaur Jr show.
Watch Neil Young's full Austin City Limits Music Festival set.
Cats took over the Austin City Limits Music Festival. Sort of.
If you missed Bon Iver on PBS this weekend, watch the archive here.
Lee Ranaldo from Sonic Youth gave the 'Fork an update on upcoming Sonic Youth projects/reissues.
Ben Folds talked to Huffington Post about the new album.
Rick Springfield has written a tell all book.
Garbage & Marissa Paternoster (Screaming Females) covered the Patti Smith/Bruce Springsteen classic "Because The Night" in Houston last week
Microsoft has launched a streaming music service for Xbox
Watch some video of Madness performing for the BBC.