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Last updated on November 24, 2014 at 3:50 AM ET

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Interloper Auditioning Singers

Interloper a new technical progressive metal project hailing from from California, USA and consisting of Miles Dimitri Baker (Ænimus), Lucas Mann (Rings of Saturn), and Aaron Stechauner (Rings of Saturn, ex Abiotic) is currently auditioning singers with "clean-vocal"-skills.

Interested vocalists may contact the band via their facebook page.

You can now listen to Interloper's debut release "A Red Letter Day" below.

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Carcass & Goatwhore Songs Featured In "Elementary"

The song "Captive Bolt Pistol" by Carcass, and "Baring Teeth for Revolt" by Goatwhore were featured in this weeks episode of the CBS crime drama series "Elementary". The scene in question also contains an apparent nod to Chuck Schuldiner in the form of a character named after the late Death frontman.

"Elementary" stars Jonny Lee Miller as detective Sherlock Holmes and Lucy Liu as Dr. Joan Watson in a modern-day drama about a crime-solving duo that cracks NYPD's most impossible cases.

You can now watch the hilarious scene below.

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AC/DC Posts "Rock or Bust" Video

AC/DC unleashed the official "Rock or Bust" clip today with invited fans participating in the video shoot.

AC/DC shot the clip in London, playing in the round to a group of fans. The band shot "Rock or Bust" again without drummer Phil Rudd, who is scheduled to appear in court on November 27 being charged with possession of methamphetamine and cannabis. Drummer Bob Richards (Shogun) sat behind the kit for the filming of the video.

AC/DC’s "Rock or Bust" follows the recent single "Play Ball". The new album drops on December 2.

You can now watch the "Rock or Bust" video below.

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