Her name was Morgan Harrington and she disapereared back in October of 2009 after attending a Metallica concert. The band has been very supportive to the family and the search efforts and now they’re offering up $50,000 for information leading to the arrest of the killer. Harrington’s remains were found three months after the concert in Charlottesville, Virginia. DNA evidence linked the suspect with 2005 sexual assault case. Metallica front man James Hetfield says in a PSA that no matter what the info is, big or small, it could be crucial to help solve the case.
Corgan attacks Radiohead
Billy Corgan's smug mug
It’s kind of a bizarre attack … Billy Corgan slams esentric alt-rockers Radiohead. But surely it’s only to get publicity before Smashing Pumpkins release their new album next week, right? In comments made to NME Magazine, which is based out of the same region of the world Radiohead hales from, Corgan said he doesn’t think the band should bet the loud praise they regularly receive. Corgan says that he reveres bands like Deep Purple more than Radiohead. Corgan’s album with the Smashing Pumpkins, Oceiania, comes out next week.
Papa Roach to chat with fans
Papa Roach will be making a big announcement today when they open up an online chat with fans beginning at 5p CST. The band could be announcing details about their forthcoming album, which is expected in stores sometime September. Front man Jacoby Shaddix recently told American Forces Network that the album process is moving right along, but they don’t have a name for the record quite yet. Get more details about the chat at Papa Roach's Facebook Page.
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