T.G.I.effing.F. Here's your Daily Reload. Steven Adler apologizes to current Guns N' Roses lineup for his 'hacks' remark; Amy Lee of Evanescence addresses the lull between albums with the quote, "I can't just crap something out"; and GWAR's Oderus Urungus tells Dave Mustaine to "Shut the f--- up!"

Also, we've got interviews with Guns N' Roses gutiarist DJ Ashba, Overkill's Bobby Blitz and David Sittig of Impending Doom; Meshuggah release a new music video and we give you the Top 20 songs of this week's Loudwire Radio broadcast.

Check out all of today’s stories on Loudwire, plus some favorites from around the Web, in the links below:

Today on Loudwire:

Veer Union Singer Crispin Earl Discusses the Band’s New Album, Tour Plans + More
Call Me No One vs. Volbeat – Cage Match
Smile Empty Soul Unveil Album Cover, Track List and Tour Dates
David Sittig of Impending Doom Talks New Record, Touring + His Love of Listerine
Eddie Trunk Claims Sharon Osbourne ‘Has Not Allowed’ Ozzy to Appear on ‘That Metal Show’
Evanescence’s Amy Lee on Album Delay: ‘I Can’t Just Crap Something Out’
Overkill’s Bobby Blitz Speaks About ‘The Electric Age,’ Questions His Choices as a Father + More
Foxy Shazam Turn Brooklyn’s Knitting Factory Into ‘The Church of Rock and Roll’
GWAR’s Oderus Urungus Wants Dave Mustaine to ‘Shut the F— Up!’ About Politics (NSFW)
Steven Adler Issues Apology to Guns N’ Roses Lineup for ‘Hacks’ Comment
Meshuggah Bring Intensity in ‘Break the Bones Whose Sinews Gave it Motion’ Video
DJ Ashba Talks the Future of Guns N’ Roses, Jamming With Sixx: A.M. + More
Korpiklaani Unveil New Single ‘Metsalle’ From Upcoming Disc
P.O.D., ‘Lost in Forever’ – Song Review
Loudwire Radio – Weekly Readers Poll
Top 20 Songs: Week of March 25-31, 2012

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