The top rock and metal stories from Loudwire and around the web for Feb. 12, 2015:

Megadeth's David Ellefson: New Album 'Pretty Much Written' + New Music Will Determine Lineup: [Loudwire]

Scott Weiland: Stone Temple Pilots Legal Matters 'Way Behind Us Now': [Loudwire]

Coal Chamber Reveal Title + Release Date of Upcoming Album: [Loudwire]

Metallica Launch Line of Skis, Rock Private Corporate Show: [Loudwire]

- Video Tour of Dimebag Darrell's Home and Studio Revealed: [Loudwire]

Hellyeah's Chad Gray + Tom Maxwell Talk Guitars and Drums on 'Blood for Blood' Album: [Loudwire]

Danko Jones, 'Do You Wanna Rock?' - Exclusive Video Premiere: [Loudwire]

- Hear Billy Gibbons Guest on Tim Montana's 'Weed and Whiskey': [Ultimate Classic Rock]

- The Mysterious Death of Iron Butterfly Bassist Philip Taylor Kramer: [Ultimate Classic Rock]

- 10 Best Indie Concept Albums: [Diffuser.fm]

Noel Gallagher Says He Can't Produce the Libertines' Next Album: [Diffuser.fm]

Classic Loudwire Video: Jason Newsted Reflects on Metallica's 'And Justice for All'