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

- Uh oh! Looks like there's more trouble for Falling in Reverse singer Ronnie Radke, who was arrested in Glendale, Calif. on an outstanding domestic abuse warrant. [Loudwire]

- Judas Priest's Rob Halford talks to us about the 30th anniversary of 'Screaming for Vengeance,' and exclusively dishes on the future of his legendary metal outfit. [Loudwire]

- Foo for free? It's true! The Foo Fighters, the Black Keys and more have signed on to play a free show at New York City's Central Park. The Global Festival takes place Sept. 29, with the goal of spreading awareness and raising funds for poverty. [Loudwire]

- Welcome back Garbage! The group just revealed their second leg of dates in support of the 'Not Your Kind of People' album. The Midwest, Southeast, and West Coast should be on the lookout for newly announced shows. [Rock Music Report]

- Is this Johnny Depp's best role yet? The actor continues popping up at rock shows, this time joining Aerosmith in Los Angeles for a performance of 'Train Kept a Rollin.'' Nice payback for the MTV Movie Awards induction. [Ultimate Classic Rock]

- Muse have definitely struck gold (as in medal) with their Olympic theme song 'Survival.' But as grand as it is, singer Matt Bellamy reveals the song almost had another high profile guest - Elton John. [Diffuser]