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<p>This is one tour that rock fans will be talking about for <em>years </em>to come, and if you miss it, you'll be terribly sorry. <a href="/artists/opeth" target="_blank"><strong>Opeth</strong></a> and <strong>Mastodon</strong> will be embarking on a co-headline tour this spring, which kicks off April 4 in Portland, Maine and runs through May 12 in Atlanta, Georgia.
If you missed getting a copy of the limited edition <a href="/artists/typeonegative" target="_blank"><strong>Type O Negative</strong></a> vinyl box set when it was released back in November, you're in luck. We've got a very small quantity available right now <a href="http://merch.roadrunnerrecords.com" target="_blank">in our webstore</a>.
<a href="/artists/machinehead" target="_blank"><strong>Machine Head</strong></a> invited a 13-year-old fan onstage to play the song "Aesthetics of Hate," from <em>The Blackening</em>, with them on January 29 in Buffalo, NY. <strong>Anthony Potenza</strong> was holding a sign that read "Let This 13-Year-Old Play 'Aesthetics of Hate' With You," and the band took him up on it.