In today's Daily Reload, Axl Rose apologizes to the city of Philadelphia for canceling a show on short notice in 2002; Falling in Reverse premiere their new video for 'Raised By Wolves'; Slash jams with Alter Bridge during a show in Australia and we talk with Mark "Barney" Greenway of Napalm Death.

Also, Kid Rock performs as a Mitt Romney rally in Michigan; In This Moment hit the studio to record a new album; Vinnie Paul shares his love for the new Van Halen album; Limp Bizkit are set to release a new single with Lil' Wayne; and Megadeth's Dave Mustaine reaffirms his desire to jam with Metallica's James Hetfield and Lars Ulrich.

Check out all of today’s stories on Loudwire, plus some favorites from around the Web, in the links below:

Today on Loudwire:

A Day to Remember Unveil ’2nd Sucks’ Video
Slash Jams ‘Rise Today’ With Alter Bridge in Sydney, Australia
Slipknot’s Joey Jordison: ‘We’ve Worked Hard for Everything’
Godsmack Frontman Sully Erna Announces 2012 Solo Tour Dates
Kid Rock Performs at Mitt Romney Rally in Michigan
The Veer Union vs. Eve to Adam – Cage Match
In This Moment Hit Studio for New Album and Announce Spring 2012 Tour Dates
Axl Rose Apologizes For Canceled 2002 Philadelphia Show
Can You Guess Whose Tattoo This Is?
Falling In Reverse Unleash ‘Raised By Wolves’ Music Video
Max Cavalera: New Soulfly Album ‘Enslaved’ Captures ‘Sepultura Sound’
Napalm Death’s Mark ‘Barney’ Greenway Talks New Album ‘Utilitarian,’ Politics + More
King’s X Cancel Tour as Drummer Jerry Gaskill Recovers From Heart Attack
Dave Mustaine Reaffirms Desire To Play With James Hetfield and Lars Ulrich Again
Hellyeah Drummer Vinnie Paul Loves the New Van Halen Album
Suffocation Offer Statement on Departure of Drummer Mike Smith
Favorite System of a Down Album – Readers Poll
Limp Bizkit Collaborate With Lil’ Wayne for Upcoming Single

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