It's Daily Reload time. Today in your rock and metal world, Black Sabbath vocalist Ozzy Osbourne says "If Tony Iommi Dies, I'm Gonna Kill Him!," Seether's Shaun Morgan talks openly about Troy McLawhorn moving to Evanescence; and Foo Fighters are set to jam with Deadmau5 and Lil' Wayne for the Grammys.

Also, we talk to former Black Sabbath drummer Vinny Appice about whether he would re-join Black Sabbath if asked; Puddle of Mudd frontman We Scantlin's wife attempts to throw out their pre-nup during divorce proceedings; the mother of late Avenged Sevenfold drummer The Rev releases a heart-felt letter about her son; and Megadeth, Mastodon and Dream Theater members share their excitement about their Grammy nominations.

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

Today on Loudwire:

Seether’s Shaun Morgan on Departed Guitarist: Maybe Amy Lee ‘Needed Him More Than I Did’
Black Sabbath’s Ozzy Osbourne: If Tony Iommi Dies, I’m Gonna Kill Him!
Lamb of God ‘Vox of God’ iPhone App Recreates Randy Blythe’s Vocals
Puddle of Mudd Frontman’s Wife Attempts to Throw Out Prenup During Divorce Proceedings
Eve to Adam, ‘Reach’ – Exclusive Lyric Video Premiere
Foo Fighters To Jam With Deadmau5, Lil Wayne and Others at Grammys
Halestorm vs. Chickenfoot – Cage Match
2012 Metal Tours + Festivals
Six-Year-Old Boy Jacob Offers Up Hardcore Music Video in Response to Juliet
Megadeth, Dream Theater, Mastodon Members Excited for Grammy Awards
Evans Blue Singer Dan Chandler Checks in on ‘Graveyard of Empires’
Late Avenged Sevenfold Drummer The Rev’s Birthday Marked by Mom’s Touching Letter
Anthrax, Testament and Death Angel Thrash Through New York City
Drummer Vinny Appice Says Black Sabbath Invite Would Be ‘A Hard Thing To Say No To’
Sepultura To Embark On North American Tour With Death Angel

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