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The top hard rock and metal stories from Loudwire and around the web for May 28, 2014:

Vinnie Paul Once Again Puts the Kibosh on Pantera Reunion Talk: [Loudwire]

Ozzy Osbourne: ‘Time Is Not On My Side Anymore, So I Want to Put All My Irons in the Fire’: [Loudwire]

Judas Priest Play ‘Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction?’: [Loudwire]

- Judas Priest Release Clip of New Track ‘Halls of Valhalla’: [Loudwire]

Korn Fan Testimonial: Josh Ferrier on Naming His Son After Jonathan Davis: [Loudwire]

Beastie Boys‘ Ad-Rock Testifies In Suit Against Monster Beverage Company: [Loudwire]

Sebastian Bach Moves Like Jagger While Imitating Adam Levine on ‘Sing Your Face Off’: [Loudwire]

Billy Corgan Has a Bunch of Unreleased Music from the ’80s Sitting Around: [Diffuser.fm]

Peter Criss Signs on for John Bonham Tribute Concert: [Ultimate Classic Rock]

Billy Idol to Release Memoir, ‘Dancing With Myself’: [Ultimate Classic Rock]

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