The Flaming Lips will host their fourth annual March Of 1,000 Flaming Skeletons Halloween parade in Oklahoma City on Oct. 23. Yes, if you take acid and attend, you will probably freak out. —Warner Music Canada
James Burns, the 29-year-old Seattle man who's trying to get Weezer to break up for $10 million, has apparently been getting death threats because of his campaign. This begs the question: have Weezer received any death threats for making shitty music? —The New York Times
Caribou will release a remix album of the tracks from this year's Polaris Music Prize short listed Swim, appropriately titled SwimRemixes, on Nov. 2. —Pitchfork
MUTEK 2011 will be held June 1 to 5, 2011 in Montreal. It's not being rescheduled, as had been previously suggested, since the Formula 1 Grand Prix is now being held a week later than originally announced, so it will not affect the festival. —mutek.org
Juliette Lewis was "banged up" when she was involved in a hit-and-run car accident yesterday. Hopefully some angry fellow Scientologist didn't try and take her out in a fit of rage. —TMZ
Kings Of Leon have been receiving emails from former fans who don't like them anymore since they now have too many fans who "don't like them for the 'right' reasons." There are right reasons to like Kings Of Leon? —Daily Mirror
Solange Knowles, Beyonce's sister, has taken Katy Perry to task for making "kiddie porn" with the "California Gurls" video. —Twitter
Pete Wentz' new Black Cards band have put a new song called "Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Fame" on their Facebook page. To hear it, all you have to do is sell your soul by clicking "like" (and then maybe hitting "unlike" afterwards).
Jersey City, N.J.'s WMFU FM is auctioning off the change to have tea (how very appropriate!) with The Magnetic Fields Stephin Merritt and the opportunity to perform with Yo La Tengo at one of their Brooklyn, N.Y. Hanukkah shows this December. —eBay
Scott Weiland's Christmas album will be called Most Wonderful Time Of The Year and is tentatively out Nov. 23. We hope that's snow in your stocking, Scott. ...No, actual snow, not that kind of snow. —Blabbermouth
Ozzy Osbourne is really pissed at the Westboro Baptist Church, Fred Phelps' "church" that's a documented hate group in the States, for using his "Crazy Train" at one of their recent press conferences in Washington D.C. The church preaches that every American soldier who dies in Afghanistan and Iraq is God's punishment for the U.S.' tolerance of homosexuality and abortion. I know Ozzy is pissed, but they really are on a crazy train. —Blabbermouth
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