For The Record: Quick News On Deftones, Jimmy Kimmel, Nelly Furtado, Alice Cooper, Superjoint Ritual, DJ Red Alert & More

When they're not shaking stadiums with their visceral vibes on the Summer Sanitarium Tour with Metallica, Limp Bizkit, Linkin Park and Mudvayne, Deftones will do some club shows on the off days. Seven shows are scheduled thus far, beginning with Lincoln, Nebraska, on July 1, and ending with Boise, Idaho, on August 6. ...

The July 3 opening date of Lollapalooza in Ionia, Michigan, has been canceled due to technical problems. The tour will now kick off July 5 in Noblesville, Indiana. ... Comedian, talk-show host, and all-around guy's guy Jimmy Kimmel will host the 31st annual American Music Awards, which will be broadcast live on ABC on November 16. Nominations for the 17 AMA statuettes will be announced in September. ...

The as-yet-untitled follow-up to Nelly Furtado's 2000 debut, Whoa, Nelly!, is scheduled for a November 25 release. That album provided Furtado with a Grammy in 2001, for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance, for its single "I'm Like a Bird." ... Aerosmith drummer and former Bronx resident Joey Kramer will be inducted into the Bronx Walk of Fame at a June 22 ceremony, along with DJ Red Alert and "Raging Bull" boxer Jake LaMotta, among others. ...

Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds will release their first DVD, "God Is in the House," August 26. Featuring music videos and live footage recorded in Lyon, France, in 2001, the home video includes the documentary "No More Shall We Part - The Recording Sessions," which chronicles the making of the group's 2001 album. ... The vertically challenged but mighty Glenn Danzig has hired ex-Comes With the Fall drummer Bevan Davies to fill the stool of Joey Castillo, who split in September to join Queens of the Stone Age. Davies will debut with Danzig July 4 in Spain at the Bilbao Accion Rock Festival. The band is expected to begin recording a new studio album in July. ...

Alice Cooper will survive his upcoming Bare Bones Tour without being guillotined, electrocuted, hung or otherwise disposed of. The shows, which begin July 12 in Walker, Minnesota, will be free of theatrics and pyrotechnics, featuring only Cooper and his band banging out winners like "School's Out," "No More Mr. Nice Guy" and "I'm Eighteen" to an audience that might miss the drama and excitement of pythons, dancing girls and a few well-placed flash pots. ... Seattle rock museum Experience Music Project is currently hosting a Kiss exhibit, which features stage costumes worn by the band through the years and other memorabilia. The display runs through the fall. ...

Superjoint Ritual, which features Pantera frontman Philip Anselmo, will shoot videos for "Dress Like a Target" and "Waiting for the Turning Point" on June 28 during a show the State Palace Theatre in New Orleans. Both songs are from the band's upcoming disc, A Lethal Dose of American Hatred, which comes out July 22. Tom Mignone, who worked on the band's DVD "Live From Dallas," will direct. ... Reel Big Fish drummer Carlos de la Garza has left the band to spend more time with his family. Justin Ferreria, who played in Fish singer Aaron Barrett's side project the Forces of Evil, is filling in on the band's current tour, which ends August 5 in San Francisco. The group's last disc, Cheer Up!, came out in July 2002. ...

06.13.03

A wax sculpture of Britney Spears at Madame Tussaud's in London will have inflatable breasts that pulsate in time to her dancing, according to Reuters. The figure will be posed shimmying around a pole and is set to be accompanied by dance instructors — real ones, not wax — who will teach visitors a routine. ...

Queen Latifah will play a cab driver who teams up with a young cop to solve a series of bank robberies in "Taxi," a remake of the 1998 French movie of the same name. Tim Story ("Barbershop") is in negotiations to direct the flick, scheduled to start filming in September. ... Ja Rule and comedian George Carlin will make brief appearances in "Scary Movie 3," which is currently being shot in Canada. Pamela Anderson, Denise Richards, Charlie Sheen and Simon Cowell will also make cameos in the movie. ...

It's a boy! Hot 97 New York radio personality/rapper Angie Martinez and Dru Hill's Nokio welcomed their baby, whom they named Niko, into the world on Thursday in New York. ...

Zwan have canceled 23 dates of their international tour because of an unspecified family illness. Dates were scheduled between June 15 in Imola, Italy, and July 25 in Fuji, Japan. No additional details are available. ... Pretty soon there will be more anarchy in the U.S., as the Sex Pistols are scheduling their first American tour in seven years. The first on-sale date is for August 21 in Wantagh, New York, but the tour launches a day earlier in Boston, according to the band's Web site. If it doesn't implode in its first week, the tour runs through late September. The Sex Pistols' last Stateside appearance was in September at the KROQ 2002 Inland Invasion Concert. ...