I Read The News Today… For May 3, 2010

Ohbijou are the latest act to donate a free song about the Bay Of Fundy to Swim Drink Fish Music, which supports Canada's Waterkeepers. —swimdrinkfishmusic.com

- May 3, 2010

Ohbijou are the latest act to donate a free song about the Bay Of Fundy to Swim Drink Fish Music, which supports Canada's Waterkeepers. —swimdrinkfishmusic.com

Ozzfest is back after a year's hiatus. Motley Crue and Ozzy Osbourne will headline, with Halford, DevilDriver and Nonpoint also playing. That means your dad can totally hang out at the main stage all day! —ozzfest.com

Fucked Up frontman Damian "Pink Eyes" Abraham chimes in on why he thinks playing shows in Arizona is important to help fight the state's new immigration law. —Stereogum

Your daily WTF: Irish music blogs are being forced to shut down by the Irish Music Rights Organization, which wants them to pay an annual licensing fee for sharing music... despite that they're getting the tunes from labels. —The Guardian

Jack White says Meg White has gotten over the anxiety problem which forced The White Stripes to take a break... GASP! Could this mean a new White Stripes album is coming?! —World Entertainment News Network

Cover your ears: Avenged Sevenfold and Disturbed will co-headline the first Rockstar Energy Drink Uproar festival. —Alternative Press

Ataris frontman Kris Roe was in a car accident last week. Wait... The Ataris are still active? —Alternative Press

Mike Patton says a new Faith No More album isn't likely. That doesn't mean him shaking his junk around on stage isn't. —Metal Sucks

An exhibition of Jason Newsted's artwork will be held at San Francisco's Micaela Gallery from Tuesday (May 4) to June 27. —Blabbermouth

The Stereophonics stormed off stage this Friday after frontman Kelly Jones was hit in the face by a flip-flop. We're storming around the office because nobody could think of anything better to hit him with. —NME

Tool are coming to Regina. Maynard would probably make a "vagina" joke right about now. —Live Nation

The Black Keys are coming to Canada. —Live Nation

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