In addition to the big stories we covered today, Wire-to-Wire provides you with some of the other key rock and metal news items from March 23, 2018:

- Behemoth have unleashed another piece of their unapologetically blasphemous Messe Noire DVD/Blu-ray with a clip of "The Satanist" live. Beautifully shot, the video represents the live magick of Behemoth's recent Satanist tour, which saw some of the band's highest ticket sales of their career. Check it out here.

- Is it steamy in here or is it Escape the Fate's new video? Watch the shower sign-along of a lovely young lady in the band's "Broken Heart" video right here. And look for the band's I Am Human album dropping March 30.

- Red Hot Pearl Jam Peppers? During Pearl Jam's recent performance in Rio de Janiero, Brazil the band got a little help from their friends in Red Hot Chili Peppers for a performance of Neil Young's "Rockin' in the Free World." Watch Chili pals Chad Smith and Josh Klinghoffer join in the fun in this fan-shot video.

- Well hello Bad Wolves! We see you dropping a surprise new EP on us. False Flags, Volume One has arrived ahead of the May 18 street date for their Disobey full length album. The four-track set which includes the current hit "Zombie" can be heard via Spotify.

- From Ashes to New have something new to share. The band's new lyric video for "My Name" can be viewed right here. The song is featured on their sophomore set, The Future, which is due April 20 through Better Noise Records.

- The new music keeps coming. Enjoy the beat of the new Skindred song, "Big Tings," which is the title track of their new album. The new lyric video for the track can be heard here.

- Fans may remember Born of Osiris' Lee McKinney breaking his foot back in 2015. Apparently the musician is still dealing with some of the aftermath of that injury, recently undergoing a second surgery to remove all the plates and screws from his left foot. McKinney offers an update here.

- Canadian alt rockers Sawyer Path have released a music video for their new song "Blind." It's taken from their Toxic Temptation album, which arrives on April 13. Watch the video here.

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