Very Metal Friday Night Update: Robert Plant Joins Twitter, Ozzy Calls Bill Ward “Fat”, And Is That Ronnie James Dio’s Ghost?

Steven Tyler and his $6 million dollar nose.

Welcome to another weekly addition of VMFNU! But before I get to that, I’m very excited that I’m going to be a part of the latest offshoot of the Movies About Podcast,  the MAG Monthly For Girls podcast! The all-girl show will make it’s debut this weekend, and the Tumblr, run by MAG’s Queen of Podcasting, fearless fashionista, Stacey, is already chock full of fun. Along with the TV Lady, Amanda By Night of retro TV blog, Made for TV Mayhem, and yours truly, the podcast will talk about hot guys, beauty products, fashion trends, books and so much more. I’m also doing a special segment about the influence of cats in fashion. Which, yes, is totally a thing. Once the show is ready for the Internets, it’ll be posted here for your listening pleasure.

While I’m on the topic of MAG, the podcast will start broadcasting live again next Saturday, August 17th. Don’t miss it!

Lastly, check out my review of the new Black Table EP, Sentinel, over at Destroy the Brain.

Now, here’s everything metal that happened this week…

Ronnie James Dio’s ghost spotted at concert. Blabbermouth

The movie trailer for the CBGB movie is GARBAGE! Classic Rock Magazine

Doctor’s told Lemmy it’s time to quit prior to the bands ill fated performance at Wacken. Anti Music

Steven Tyler says he wrote Walk this Way, while waiting for a cocaine delivery; estimates he spend around $6 million snorting white horse. NME

Rip off your shirts and start working on your abs! Manowar is re-recording Kings of Metal for it’s 25th anniversary. Metal Injection

The 1983 version of the Melvins is making a record called Tres Cabrones. Consequence of Sound

Mean girl alert! Ozzy says that Bill Ward is too fat to play in Black Sabbath. AV Club

Speaking of Ozzy, a new Black Sabbath themed 3-D maze will debut this Halloween at Universal Studios. Loudwire

Here’s the new single from Jane’s Addiction, Another Soulmate. Rolling Stone

Alice Cooper is planning to tour with a symphonic orchestra and rock band in 2014. Ultimate Classic Rock

Now you can harass Robert Plant about a Led Zeppelin reunion on Twitter. NME

The shit people say at record stores. Dangerous Minds

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