Ladies and gentlemen, we had a ton of hard rock and metal news today (Feb. 15), and we're summing it all up for you in today's Daily Reload. Iron Maiden announced official North American tour dates, as did Marilyn Manson. We've also got updates on the recording of new albums from both Slayer and Green Day.

In other news, Lordi drummer 'Otus' Tonmi Killman tragically passed away far too soon at age 38; Volbeat crack the No. 1 spot on Billboard's Active Rock chart with their single 'A Warrior's Call'; Bullet for My Valentine begin working on their next album in Thailand and much more.

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

Today on Loudwire:

Marilyn Manson Announces 2012 U.S. Tour Dates
Lordi Drummer ‘Otus’ Tonmi Lillman Dies at 38
Slayer Are ‘Seven Kick-Ass Songs’ Into New Album
Foxy Shazam vs. Charm City Devils – Cage Match
Papa Roach Light Up Stage in ‘One Track Mind’ Music Video
Bullet for My Valentine Begin Recording New Album in Thailand
Megadeth’s Dave Mustaine Supports Presidential Candidate Rick Santorum
Volbeat Score Their First No. 1 Hit in America With ‘A Warrior’s Call’
Iron Maiden Announce 2012 North American Tour Based on 1988 ‘Seventh Son’ Trek
Green Day Begin Recording New Album
Foxy Shazam Announce Spring 2012 U.S. Tour
Worst Rock Tattoos Ever – Part 2
Lacuna Coil Members Stand Up Against Bullying
New Music Releases - March 2012
Marilyn Manson vs. Iron Maiden – Readers Poll
Sharon Osbourne: Black Sabbath Drummer Situation Is ‘Up in the Air’

Marilyn Manson, Evanescence, Slash, Sixx: A.M. + More to Play 2012 Revolver Golden Gods Awards

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