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Daily Reload: Dave Grohl, Soundgarden + More

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Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl will be heading back behind the drumkit for Queens of the Stone Age‘s next album. [Loudwire]

Soundgarden are streaming their ‘King Animal’ album a full week before its release. [Loudwire]

Suicide Silence have launched a donation page to benefit late vocalist Mitch Lucker‘s daughter. [Loudwire]

Machine Head are the latest metal band to run into issues with Walt Disney at the Orlando House of Blues. [Loudwire]

Trapt have premiered their hard-hitting new video for ‘Bring It.’ [Loudwire]

Green Day are getting closer to releasing their ‘Dos’ album, which makes this a perfect time to count down the 10 Best Green Day Songs. [Diffuser.fm]

Veteran punk band Bad Religion have finalized the details on their upcoming ‘True North’ album. [Rock Music Report]

Jimi Hendrix‘s Woodstock performance will screen in theaters in full on his 70th birthday. [Ultimate Classic Rock]

Pink Floyd‘s Roger Waters is writing again, working toward his first solo album in 20 years. [Ultimate Classic Rock]

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