Anthony Kiedis must be feeling a little bit better, since the Red Hot Chili Peppers have added another 16 dates to their tour, which was delayed because of an injury to his foot. For more information on the new dates, which cover late April and most of May, go to RedHotChiliPeppers.com.  The good news is that Anthony is doing well, the bad news is this tour isn’t stopping anywhere even remotely close to us.

David Draiman was online over the weekend blogging his support in the protest against PIPA & SOPA.

Steven Tyler absolutely destroyed the National Anthem at the Ravens Patriots game yesterday.

In case his music career goes south, Megadeth bassist David Ellefson may have something to fall back on. He is enrolled as an online student at the Concordia Seminary in suburban St. Louis. He is part of the Specific Ministry Program operated by the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. After two years at Concordia he will be eligible for ordination.

Megadeth, Motorhead and others kick off the Gigantour Thursday in Camden, New Jersey.

Janus, who hit the airwaves a couple years back with the hit "Eyesore," will return to action this spring with a new album titled Nox Aeris -- Latin for night air. It's set to hit stores on March 27th, preceded by the single "Stains" as well as a series of live dates opening for Chevelle. Janus and Chevelle hit the road on February 24th in Grand Rapids, Michigan.