In today's Daily Reload, Pearl Jam were allegedly robbed of more that $300,000 by former employee; Anthrax announce that they'll be releasing a covers EP in the fall; and Metallica's Orion Festival sets will stream live online.

Also, Queensryche parts ways with singer Geoff Tate; Alice in Chains' Jerry Cantrell talks sobriety; Ozzy Osbourne insists that son Jack gets a second opinion on his multiple sclerosis diagnosis; Hawkwind bassist John Harrison passes away at 69; + much more.

Check out all of today’s stories on Loudwire, plus some favorites from around the Web, in the links below:

Today on Loudwire:

Pearl Jam Allegedly Robbed of More Than $300,000 by Former Employee
Alice in Chains’ Jerry Cantrell Talks Sobriety in MusiCares Video Footage
Axl Rose Falls Face First During Guns N’ Roses Hellfest Performance
3 Pill Morning, ‘Rain’ – Exclusive Lyric Video Premiere
Metallica’s Orion Sets To Stream Live
Black Veil Brides vs. Halestorm – Cage Match
Stone Temple Pilots, Bush, Chevelle + More Set for Monster Energy Aftershock Festival
Queensryche Part Ways With Geoff Tate, Name Todd La Torre New Singer
Ozzy Osbourne Urges Son Jack to Get Second Opinion on Multiple Sclerosis Diagnosis
Exclusive: Live Shinedown Twitter Interview
Hawkwind Bassist John Harrison Dies at 69
Anthrax to Release Covers EP for One-Year Anniversary of ‘Worship Music’

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