The top rock and metal stories from Loudwire and around the web for July 21, 2014.
Primus and Puscifer drummer Tim Alexander underwent successful open heart surgery Monday and is said to be recovering.
Pierce the Veil and Sleeping With Sirens will kick off a five-month World Tour with a fall 2014 U.S. run.
Nonpoint are making a guitarist switch, replacing Dave Lizzio with BC Kochmit of Sw1tched and Eye Empire fame.
In our exclusive video interview, Hellyeah's Chad Gray shares the meaning behind the 'Blood for Blood' title track.
Vote for either Crobot's 'Nowhere to Hide' or Adelitas Way's 'Dog on a Leash' in this Loudwire Cage Match.
Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst has stepped behind the camera to direct a series of new eHarmony commercials. See the first one here.
Godsmack have unveiled the gritty new song 'Generation Day' ahead of their upcoming '1000hp' album.
Here's your chance to enter to win an awesome Godsmack '1000hp' prize package with a CD, jacket, autographed poster and Uproar Festival tickets.
Three Days Grace are mixing tour dates with studio time and expect to have their next album ready for an early 2015 release.