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The top hard rock and metal stories from Loudwire and around the web for April 15, 2014:

– AC/DC Retirement Talk Intensifies Amid Report of Malcolm Young Stroke: [Loudwire]

– New Report Refutes AC/DC Retirement Rumors: [Loudwire]

– Former Korn Touring Guitarist Shane Gibson Dies: [Loudwire]

– Slash Wasn’t Initially a Fan of Guns N’ Roses Hit, ‘Sweet Child O’ Mine': [Loudwire]

– The Winery Dogs, ‘Unleashed in Japan 2013′ – Exclusive Stream: [Loudwire]

Rob Zombie Unveils Trailer for ‘Zombie Horror Picture Show’ DVD: [Loudwire]

– Rocklahoma, Welcome to Rockville + Fort Rock Daily Lineups Revealed: [Loudwire]

– 1349, ‘Slaves’ – Exclusive Lyric Video Premiere: [Loudwire]

– Bad Seed Rising, ‘Hey Kid’ – Exclusive Lyric Video Premiere: [Loudwire]

– From Springsteen to Slipknot?: Jay Weinberg Rumored to Be Working With Metal Band: [Ultimate Classic Rock]

– Ace Frehley Criticizes Paul Stanley‘s Hall of Fame Induction Speech: [Ultimate Classic Rock]

– Steve Vai Launches Vai Academy Song Evolution Camp: [Ultimate Classic Rock]

– Inspirational Songs: [Ultimate Classic Rock]

– A Lesson in Stage Diving With Andrew W.K.: [Rock It Out! Blog]

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