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Daily Reload: Five Finger Death Punch, Ian Watkins + More

Liz Ramanand, Loudwire

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

- ‘Volume 2′ of Five Finger Death Punch‘s ’Wrong Side of Heaven’ Lands at No. 2 on Billboard 200: [Loudwire]

- Woman Claims She Warned Police About Lostprophets Singer’s Pedophiliac Desires in 2008: [Loudwire]

- Lamb of God’s Randy Blythe Recruits Testament’s Alex Skolnick for iPad Music Project: [Loudwire]

- Tom Morello Responds to All That Remains Singer Phil Labonte‘s Political Criticism: [Loudwire]

- Goldieblox Removes ‘Girls’ Video, Makes Nice With Beastie Boys: [Loudwire]

- Heavy Metal Ode to Cats on the Internet [Watch]: [Noisecreep]

- Favorite Alter Bridge Song – Readers Poll: [Noisecreep]

- Top 10 Breast Songs: [Ultimate Classic Rock]

- Top 10 Pie Songs: [Ultimate Classic Rock]

- Unreleased Velvet Underground Song ‘I’m Not a Young Man Anymore’ Surfaces: [Diffuser.fm]

- The Best Music For Thanksgiving: [Rock it Out! Blog]

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