The top rock and metal stories from Loudwire and around the web for April 14, 2015:

- Loudwire Music Festival Adds Theory of a Deadman, In This Moment + More to Final Lineup: [Loudwire]

Theory of a Deadman Go Unplugged for 'Angel Acoustic' EP: [Loudwire]

Ronnie James Dio Tribute Weekend Musicians and Celebrities Announced: [Loudwire]

Rex Brown to Auction Items From His Pantera Years: [Loudwire]

- You Think You Know Testament?: [Loudwire]

- Members of Slipknot, Anthrax + More Take Part in Kirk Hammett's Fear FestEvil Panel: [Loudwire]

SOiL Emerge Unscathed After Bus Crash: [Loudwire]

- 35 Years Ago: Judas Priest Release 'British Steel': [Loudwire]

- 5 Years Ago: Type O Negative's Peter Steele Dies: [Loudwire]

- 35 Years Ago: Iron Maiden Unleash Debut Album: [Loudwire]

- Watch Sebastian Bach Cover AC/DC With Members of KISS: [Ultimate Classic Rock]

- Hear New Skid Row Singer Tony Harnell Tackle '18 and Life': [Ultimate Classic Rock]

- Dustin Kensrue of Thrice on His New Solo Album, 'Carry the Fire': []

- 'Austin City Limits' Founder Bill Arhos Dies at 80: []

Classic Loudwire Video of the Day: AFI's Davey Havok Plays 'Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction?'