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Daily Reload: Layne Staley, Pop Evil + More

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– The mother of late Alice in Chains vocalist Layne Staley is suing the band over royalties. [Loudwire]

Pop Evil are letting fans hear their new ‘Onyx’ disc a day before it hits stores. Check out our exclusive album stream here: [Loudwire]

– The initial batch of dates for the 2013 Rock Allegiance Tour have been revealed. Find out where Volbeat, HIM, All That Remains and Airbourne will be playing here: [Loudwire]

– We’ve got the exclusive premiere of the title track from Skillet‘s new album ‘Rise.’ Listen here: [Loudwire]

Five Finger Death Punch have unveiled the title of their new album and spoken in depth about their new single ‘Lift Me Up.’ [Loudwire]

Falling in Reverse have nixed their remaining May tour dates so that frontman Ronnie Radke can be home with his pregnant girlfriend for the birth of their first child. [Loudwire]

– A real life astronaut has covered the David Bowie classic ‘Space Oddity’ in outer space. [Ultimate Classic Rock]

Paul McCartney‘s fans are rallying the millionaire vocalist to purchase the Everton Football Club. [Ultimate Classic Rock]

– On the eve of Vampire Weekend‘s ‘Modern Vampires of the City’ album release, counts down the 10 Best Vampire Weekend Songs: []

– The Yeah Yeah Yeahs, My Bloody Valentine and MGMT are heading up the Los Angeles-based FYF festival this summer. []

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