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Daily Reload: Amy Lee, AC/DC + More

Mary Ouellette,

The top rock and metal stories from Loudwire and around the web for Aug. 12, 2014:

– Amy Lee: For the Foreseeable Future, I Don’t Have Plans to Do Anything With Evanescence: [Loudwire]

– AC/DC Biographer on Why He’s Not Expecting Malcolm Young to Return: [Loudwire]

– Reunited Coal Chamber to Record New Album: [Loudwire]

Gene Simmons Responds to Verbal Attack, Tells Immigrants to Learn to Speak English: [Loudwire]

– Scott Weiland: ‘People Weren’t Buying’ Stone Temple Pilots With Chester Bennington: [Loudwire]

– Devour the Day, ‘Respect’ – Exclusive Video Premiere: [Loudwire]

– Favorite Metallica ‘Black Album’ Song – Readers Poll: [Loudwire]

– 20 Facts You Probably Didn’t Know About Anthrax: [Loudwire]

– 20 Epic Slipknot Sid Wilson Stage Dives: [Loudwire]

– Ace Frehley Covers the Steve Miller Band‘s ‘The Joker’ – Exclusive Song Premiere: [Ultimate Classic Rock]

– Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne Grateful for Robin Williams‘ Kindness During Sharon’s Cancer Scare: [Ultimate Classic Rock]

– Kings of Leon Cancel More Shows After Drummer Nathan Followill Is Injured: []

– Lost & Found: Nobody Cares About Anything, According to Nirvana: []

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