-- Pussy Riot member Yekaterina Samutsevich has vowed to continue taking part in the band's protests against Russian President Vladimir Putin -- despite finally being freed earlier this week after months in prison on charges of  hooliganism for a previous anti-Putin event. Thankfully this means we get to continue covering this crucial social justice issue -- and we vow to keep using the word "pussy" in headlines every chance we get. [The Guardian]

-- Adele is proud of her London roots, but the singer insists she won't be raising her baby in the city, claiming that her fame would make living there like a "goldfish bowl." Instead, she's renovating her palatial seaside retreat in Hove, England, and plans to bring up the child there. [entertainmentwise.com]

--  Totally badass Los Angeles punks Fidlar have announced the track listing and posted the cover art of their forthcoming self-titled debut album, which arrives Jan. 22 of next year. As if that's not enough, now they're streaming a track from the album titled 'White on White." [Consequence of Sound]

-- Normally, Boys Noize doesn't like to feature tracks with guest artists on his albums, but then Snoop Dogg came barking, and he totally broke code for his latest, 'Out of the Black,' which dropped Tuesday (Oct. 9). "I am so happy 'cause he's one of the guys I grew up [on]," says the German EDM producer, "and I always thought that if I get a chance to work with him, I can quit music." [Spinner]

-- Speaking of Snoop, he made a song about Hot Pockets. Between this track and Jim Gaffigan's famous comedy bit, Hot Pockets have gotten mad props from celebs. [Death + Taxes]

-- Getting married isn't very rock 'n' roll -- unless you bag a hottie on par with these ladies, who heat up Ultimate Classic Rock's list of the Hottest Rock Star Wives. [Ultimate Classic Rock]