Click, click. It's time for your Daily Reload. Today, we celebrate the lives of both Kurt Cobain and Layne Staley while mourning the death of Marshall Amps founder Jim Marshall; Steven Adler meant to call current Guns N' Roses lineup "scabs" - not "hacks"; and Mayhem's Euronymous is no longer in the running to have his face plastered on Norwegian planes.

Also, Max Cavalera talks about recording music with his kids; Chris Cornell describes how the new Soundgarden album will be different than the single 'Live to Rise'; Between the Buried and Me finish recording their new album + 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:

Top 10 Songs About Alice in Chains’ Layne Staley
10 Years Announce New Album ‘Minus the Machine’ and Headlining Tour
Max Cavalera Talks About His Kids Following in His Heavy Metal Footsteps
Jim Marshall, Founder of Marshall Amps, Dead at 88
Steven Adler Meant to Call Current Guns N’ Roses Lineup ‘Scabs’ – Not ‘Hacks’
My Darkest Days Offer Public Service Announcement About Safe (But Filthy) Sex
Dark New Day Members Name Five Albums that Changed Their Lives
Jim Marshall, Founder of Marshall Amps Dies – Rockers React On Twitter
Five Essential Nirvana Live Performances
Shinedown Rack Up Best Week Ever on Billboard Charts With ‘Amaryllis’
Chris Cornell Says ‘Live to Rise’ is for Familes, New Album is for Hardcore Soundgarden Fans
Steven Adler Talks Guns N’ Roses Rock Hall Induction, New Project, Drug Use + More
Mayhem’s Euronymous Removed from Norwegian Airline Campaign
Between the Buried and Me Finish Recording New Album
Soundgarden, ‘Live to Rise’ – Readers Poll
Eddie Vedder Postpones Spring Tour Due to Nerve Damage

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