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The top hard rock and metal stories from Loudwire and around the web for May 7, 2014:

– Nikki SixxMotley Crue Threatened to Ditch Headlining Festival Spots If Godsmack Played: [Loudwire]

Trivium Part Ways With Drummer Nick Augusto: [Loudwire]

– Down to Headline Mike Scaccia ‘Rock the Heart’ Benefit Show: [Loudwire]

– Longtime Bad Religion Guitarist Greg Hetson Confirms Departure From Band: [Loudwire]

Miss May I Planning Auction to Benefit Late Fan’s Family: [Loudwire]

– Scorpions Drummer James Kottak Back in U.S. After Dubai Jail Time: [Loudwire]

– Trapt to Play Self-Titled Album in Its Entirety on Summer Tour: [Loudwire]

Opeth‘s Mikael Akerfeldt Plays ‘Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction?': [Loudwire]

– Chuck Billy Talks New Management Company, Working With Exodus + Future Testament Plans: [Loudwire]

– About the Time Led Zeppelin Were Presented With Gold Records at a Live Sex Show: [Ultimate Classic Rock]

– Watch Iron Maiden‘s Nicko McBrain Cover R.E.M. and the Monkees: [Ultimate Classic Rock]

– Trent Reznor Takes a Jab at Them Darn Kids Playing Music Today: []

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