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Daily Reload: Metallica, Tony Iommi + More

Liz Ramanand, Loudwire
Metallica‘s James Hetfield says the band has more than enough material to record a new album, but the problem is finding time to work on it. [Loudwire]

Black Sabbath guitar great Tony Iommi delves into his lymphoma cancer battle. [Loudwire]

Asking Alexandria have set a release date for their upcoming disc, ‘From Death to Destiny.’ [Loudwire]

– Frontman Matt Walst has returned to My Darkest Days┬áduring a break in Three Days Grace‘s schedule to continue writing for the band’s next album. [Loudwire]

– 90-year-old ‘Lord of the Rings’ actor Christopher Lee is readying his second metal album. [Loudwire]

Jon Bon Jovi has grown tired of answering questions about Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora‘s absence. [Ultimate Classic Rock]

– You can add Queen‘s Brian May to those who are not exactly fans of singing competitions. [Ultimate Classic Rock]

– In light of Ray Manzarek‘s recent death, counts down 10 Indie Rock Acts Influenced by The Doors. []

– Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros have unveiled their new song ‘Better Days.’ []

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