Daily Reload: Phil Anselmo, Metallica + More
In today's Daily Reload, we go one-on-one with former Pantera vocalist Phil Anselmo for an in-depth interview; James Hetfield of Metallica calls Megadeth's Dave Mustaine a "big mouth"; Red Hot Chili Peppers concertgoers are assaulted after a New Jersey show; and Lamb of God vocalist Randy Blythe analyzes Marilyn Manson's record sales as evidence that the music industry is dying.
Also, Korn's James 'Munky' Shaffer is soon to be a father and talks about the possibility of Brian 'Head' Welch rejoining the band; Limp Bizkit talk about their upcoming 'Stampede of the Disco Elephants' album; Alice in Chains discuss their "interesting" upcoming record; Wolfgang Van Halen talks jumping into his father's shoes + 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:
Lamb of God Singer Randy Blythe Claims Record Industry Is ‘Dying’
Wolfgang Van Halen to Eventually ‘Jump’ Into Father Eddie Van Halen’s Shoes?
Phil Anselmo Talks Pantera’s ‘Vulgar Display of Power,’ His Love for Dimebag + More
Red Hot Chili Peppers Concertgoers Assaulted After New Jersey Show
Limp Bizkit To Unleash ‘Stampede of the Disco Elephants’ Upon the World
Alice in Chains Recording ‘Really Interesting’ Next Album
HUNG Violinist Discusses Band’s Debut Album
Stone Temple Pilots Gear Up for ‘Core 20′ Tour + Rock Allegiance Festival
Sebastian Bach, Steven Adler, Mike Portnoy + More Highlight John Bonham Tribute Show
Korn Guitarist James ‘Munky’ Shaffer and Wife Expecting Child
Evans Blue, ‘This Time It’s Different’ – Exclusive Fan Video Premiere
Metallica’s James Hetfield Calls Megadeth’s Dave Mustaine a ‘Big Mouth’
Korn Guitarist Munky Open To Welcoming Brian 'Head' Welch Back to the Band
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