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Chevelle will return with their eighth album, The North Corridor, on July 8 via Epic Records. Marking their third consecutive collaboration, the band teamed up with producer Joe Barresi [Queens of the Stone Age, Tool] for the record’s 10 tracks. In support of the album, Chevelle hits the road this summer on a co-headline trek with Bush, beginning on July 23 in Cincinnati.

After Rage Against The Machine tweeted a new website, www.prophetsofrage.com, along with the hashtag #takethepowerback, many fans speculated that Rage and Public Enemy may be touring together this summer. However, Billboard reports that the band is actually hinting at a new supergroup. Sources told Billboard that three-quarters of Rage — guitarist Tom Morello, bassist Tim Commerford and drummer Brad Wilk — are joining forces with Public Enemy’s Chuck D and Cypress Hill’s B-Real to form a supergroup called Prophets of Rage that will perform songs by all three bands. The group’s live debut is set for Hollywood Palladium on June 3, with a show at L.A.’s Whisky a Go Go planned as well. A 2016 summer tour is also a possibility.

3 Doors Down revealed the itinerary for the band’s Us And The Night tour this fall. It runs from August 26 in Charleston, WV to October 8 in Charlotte. Additionally, 3 Doors Down’s 13th Annual charity event, The Better Life Foundation Concert, will be held at Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort in Cherokee, NC on November 12.

The inaugural Make America Rock Again tour will bring together active rock hitmakers Trapt, Saliva, Saving Abel, Alien Ant Farm, Crazytown, 12 Stones and Tantric, with Drowning Pool performing on select dates. The tour kicks off in El Paso, TX on August 6 and is currently scheduled through October 7 in Dodge City, KS, with more dates to be added.