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 Aug. 30, 2017:

- Slipknot's Day of the Gusano concert documentary premieres in theaters across the country on Sept. 6, but for those attending the 7:30 screening at Ahrya Fine Arts Theater in Los Angeles, you'll get members of the band on hand. The group members will take part in a Q&A after the screening. Tickets are available here.

- Kittie will perform for the first time in four years at the Origins/Evolutions after party taking place at Rum Runners in London, Ontario Oct. 27. The group will play a career-spanning anthology set featuring current and former members. Head here for ticketing info.

- Though he's set to front Sons of Apollo, Jeff Scott Soto also has a new solo album en route as well. Retribution is on track for a Nov. 10 street date through Frontiers Music. Hear the new song "Breakout" here. You can pre-order the disc here.

- The Philip Anselmo-led extreme metal supergroup Scour have a new EP titled Red coming on Sept. 15. Watch a trailer here and pre-order the disc via iTunes beginning Sept. 15.

- Madame Mayhem will join Austin John Winkler and Smile Empty Soul on the "Love Sick Radio" tour in the U.S. before playing with Fozzy and Hardcore Superstar in the U.K. See a tour trailer here and get dates and ticketing info here.

- Players, listen up. Geezer Butler has teamed up with Dunlop for the new Cry Baby Wah Pedal. Watch a video featuring Butler demonstrating the pedal here.

- Turn it up and rock it out! The Andreas Kisser-led band De La Tierra have just unleashed a full throttle performance video for their song "Fome." Watch here.

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