The top rock and metal stories from Loudwire and around the web for Oct. 16, 2014:

Foo Fighters Unleash New Single 'Something From Nothing': [Loudwire]

- Former Stone Sour Guitarist Jim Root Rips Group for Being a 'Poppy Rock Band': [Loudwire]

Slipknot Keep the New Music Coming With 'Killpop': [Loudwire]

- Vote for the Most Anticipated Release of November 2014: [Loudwire]

Cannibal Corpse Concert Stopped Mid-Show by Russian Police: [Loudwire]

Korn to Document 20 Years With New Photo Book: [Loudwire]

Ozzy Osbourne Talks Sobriety With Son Jack; Claims 'The Art of Being in a Band is Dying': [Loudwire]

- 'If KISS Started Today, We'd Be F---ed,' Says Paul Stanley: [Ultimate Classic Rock]

Led Zeppelin Unveil Alternate 'Rock and Roll' Mix From Expanded 'IV' Reissue: [Ultimate Classic Rock]

- Will Foo Fighters Regret Playing That Crowdsourced Show Planned by Fans?: []

The Pixies' 'Doolittle' to Be Reissued on Vinyl for 25th Anniversary: []