The top hard rock and metal stories from Loudwire and around the web for March 20, 2014:

- Evanescence's Amy Lee: 'For the First Time in 13 Years, I Am a Free and Independent Artist': [Loudwire]

- Kurt Cobain's Death Being Reviewed by Seattle Police, Never-Before-Shown Photo Surfaces: [Loudwire]

- Nirvana Fan Aims to Turn Kurt Cobain's Childhood Home Into Memorial Museum: [Loudwire]

- Hellyeah's Vinnie Paul Talks 'Blood for Blood' Album, Band Brotherhood + Lineup Change: [Loudwire]

- KISS' Peter Criss Addresses Rock Hall Induction on 'That Metal Show': [Loudwire]

- Opeth Hope to Release 11th Studio Album in June: [Loudwire]

- Taking Back Sunday's Adam Lazzara Discusses 'Happiness Is' Album, Touring + More: [Loudwire]

- Arch Enemy Spotlight New Lineup for 'War Eternal' Video: [Loudwire]

- Finch Reunion to Continue With New Studio Album, Warped Tour Dates: [Loudwire]

- 2014 Record Store Day: Guide to Rock + Metal: [Loudwire]

- KISS Reveal 'Kissteria' Box Set, 'KISS 40' Collection Details: [Ultimate Classic Rock]

- Led Zeppelin's 'Whole Lotta Love' Featured in New Cologne Ad: [Ultimate Classic Rock]

- Rush Considering Tour for 2015: [Ultimate Classic Rock]

- Ted Nugent Called 'An Old A--hole' by Drive-By Truckers Guitarist: [Ultimate Classic Rock]

- TV's Most Surreal Music Performances - Nirvana: [Diffuser.fm]