Here are your Heavy Metal Headlines for February 20th, 2011.  News about former Pantera singer, Terry Glaze, new Deadlock, Slayer, and behind the scenes footage of "Lemmy".

Terrence Lee Glaze, the original voice of Pantera, later of Lord Of Tracy and now a solo artist, was  interviewed on an edition of the "All Hail Hair”" radio show.  Check out that interview at blogtalkradio.com. During his appearance on the program, which is co-hosted by Bob Carroll, Francis will talk about his time with Pantera, Lord Tracy and his latest project, Raised By Gods.  Terry Glaze was the frontman for Pantera during the band’s early 80’s “Party Metal” phase and sang on the band’s first three albums.

“Bizarro World” , the new album from Germany's Deadlock, can be streamed in its entirety at metal-hammer.de. Due on February 28 in Europe and March 16 in the U.S. via Lifeforce Records,  the CD was recorded at Slaughter’s Palace studio and was once again produced and engineered by the band's musical mastermind and guitar/sound wizard Sebastian Reichl.

Behind-the-scenes footage from the making of the acclaimed documentary examining the life and career of the Motorhead frontman and rock icon Lemmy Kilmister, “Lemmy: 49% Motherf***er, 51% Son Of A Bitch”, can be viewed below.

SLAYER guitarist Jeff Hanneman is currently recuperating at home after emergency surgery on his right arm after contracting a serious infection, possibly caused by a spider bite. He is expected to make a full recovery and will return to the SLAYER line-up as soon as he has fully recovered. In the meantime, Gary Holt of Exodus will be filling in during Slayer’s upcoming tour dates.