The top rock and metal stories from Loudwire and around the web for March 5, 2015:

- Iron Maiden Manager on Bruce Dickinson: 'He's Had a Long Period of Considerable Pain': [Loudwire]

- You Can Buy Kurt Cobain's Childhood Home for $100,000 Less Than the Previous Asking Price: [Loudwire]

- Ozzy Osbourne's Daughter Aimee Unveils Music Video for New Song 'Raining Gold': [Loudwire]

- Motionless in White Uninjured in Van Wreck: [Loudwire]

- Killswitch Engage's Adam Dutkiewicz Plans to Sell 'Price Is Right' Vehicles: [Loudwire]

- Anthrax Offer First Vocal Listen to Upcoming Album in New Studio Video: [Loudwire]

- Behemoth's Nergal Working on 'Stripped Down' Acoustic Project: [Loudwire]

- Alice Cooper Featured on Arizona Coyotes Hockey Mask: [Loudwire]

- 32 Years Ago: Cliff Burton Plays First Show With Metallica: [Ultimate Classic Rock]

- Top 100 '70s Rock Albums: [Ultimate Classic Rock]

- 27 Most Offensive Band Names Ever: []

- Weezer Guitarist Brian Bell's Side Project to Release 7" on Burger Records: []

Classic Loudwire Video of the Day: Anthrax's Frank Bello Plays 'Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction?'