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Daily Reload: Kirk Hammett, Rob Zombie + More

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The top rock and metal stories from Loudwire and around the web for July 25, 2014:

– Metallica‘s Kirk Hammett Returns to Roots by Playing on Exodus‘ ‘Salt in the Wound': [Loudwire]

– Rob Zombie Taking ‘Great American Nightmare’ Halloween Horror Attraction to Chicago Area: [Loudwire]

– Tool Guitarist Adam Jones Offers Album Update, Talks Lawsuit Frustrations: [Loudwire]

– 20 Signature Rock + Metal Beers – Rankings: [Loudwire]

– The Offspring Promote ‘Summer Nationals’ Tour By Covering Bad Religion + Pennywise: [Loudwire]

– 18 Rock + Metal Musician Movie Cameos: [Loudwire]

– Blood on the Dance Floor Booted Off Combichrist Tour Due to Online Allegations: [Loudwire]

– Eddie Vedder, Unlike Jack White, Had a Blast at a Cubs Game: []

– Listen to Jack White Cover Jimi Hendrix: []

– Battle Royale: Islander Edge The Pretty Reckless for Video Countdown Top Spot: [Noisecreep]

– Ace Frehley Talks Upcoming Book: ‘I Probably Have Enough Stories for Five': [Ultimate Classic Rock]

– The History of John Rutsey and Rush: [Ultimate Classic Rock]

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