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

Nikki Sixx: '100 Million for Five Shows' Would Not Get Motley Crue to Perform After Final Tour: [Loudwire]

Fred Durst: 'It Was Uneasy for Us to See the People We Really Hated' Being Limp Bizkit Fans: [Loudwire]

KISS' Paul Stanley Visits Girl Recovering From Microtia Surgery: [Loudwire]

Courtney Love Lands Role on TV Show 'Revenge': [Loudwire]

- Like a Storm, 'Wish You Hell' - Exclusive Video Premiere: [Loudwire]

Full Devil Jacket, 'Valley of Bones' - Exclusive Video Premiere: [Loudwire]

- Ad-Rock Looks Ahead to Life After Beastie Boys: [Loudwire]

Aerosmith to Kick Off Football Hall of Fame Celebrations With Concert: [Ultimate Classic Rock]

Jimmy Page Is Not a Fan of the MP3: [Ultimate Classic Rock]

- Listen to Silverchair Frontman Daniel Johns' 'Late Night Drive' From Upcoming Solo LP: []

- 16 of the Most Unexpected Supergroups Ever: []

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