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Daily Reload: Black Sabbath, Alice in Chains + More

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Here’s a look at the top stories of the day on Loudwire and around the Web:

- Great news for Black Sabbath fans! Ozzy Osbourne celebrated his 64th birthday yesterday (Dec. 3) by recording vocals for the new Sabbath album. Find out more here. [Loudwire]

- Alice in Chains have announced that they’ve finished recording their new album. What are you waiting for?! Click here —> [Loudwire]

- Foo Fighters played a special set to honor Led Zeppelin, with a twist: Dave Grohl played drums and Foos drummer Taylor Hawkins handled vocals during the performance. [Loudwire]

- The third part of Green Day‘s album trilogy, ‘¡Tré!’, is now available for streaming in full. Check it out here! [Loudwire]

- Tom Morello admits that he’s unsure whether Rage Against the Machine will ever perform again. [Loudwire]

- Metallica release ‘The Day That Never Comes’ from ‘Quebec Magnetic.’ Watch it here. [Ultimate Metallica]

- Led Zeppelin discuss vikings, sex and hobbits on ‘David Letterman.’ [Ultimate Classic Rock]

- Jon Bon Jovi discusses his fatherly fears following his daughter’s heroin overdose. [Ultimate Classic Rock]

- Amy Winehouse’s home sells for $3.2 million at auction. [Diffuser.fm]

 

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