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The top hard rock and metal stories from Loudwire and around the web for July 8, 2014:

Five Finger Death Punch Songs Turned Into Lullabies by Twinkle Twinkle Little Rock Star: [Loudwire]

Sully Erna Discusses Godsmack‘s Near Breakup: [Loudwire]

Anthrax to Record Drums on ‘Game of Thrones’ Set, Hope Lady Gaga Covers One of Their Songs: [Loudwire]

Motionless in White Reveal ‘Reincarnate’ Album Guests, Details + Title Track Lyric Video: [Loudwire]

Avenged Sevenfold Unveil ‘This Means War’ Video: [Loudwire]

Hellyeah‘s Chad Gray and Tom Maxwell Go In-Depth on the Band’s Major Lineup Changes: [Loudwire]

Burzum‘s Varg Vikernes Found Guilty of Inciting Racial Hatred + Exalting War Crimes: [Loudwire]

Sebastian Bach Opens Up About His Newfound Sobriety: [Ultimate Classic Rock]

- Jazz Version of Guns N’ Roses‘ ‘Sweet Child O’ Mine’ Drawing Millions of Views: [Ultimate Classic Rock]

Courtney Love Attributes Nirvana‘s Rock Hall Induction to Kurt Cobain‘s Death: [Diffuser.fm]

- Lost & Found: Remember When Bob Mould Was in That Other Band?: [Diffuser.fm]

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