Here's a look at the top stories of the day on Loudwire and around the Web:

- Has it really been 20 years? Rage Against the Machine's groundbreaking self-titled debut album is being reissued in multiple formats with plenty of audio and video bonus content to celebrate its 20th anniversary. [Loudwire]

- January will be here before you know it, and to get you prepped for what's to come, Black Veil Brides have unveiled the album title and artwork for their next album. [Loudwire]

- Guns N' Roses' Las Vegas residency may be good for more than playing shows. Guitarist DJ Ashba says recording is on the agenda, as well. [Loudwire]

- Kiss are once again absent from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ballot. Paul Stanley shares his thoughts on the snub and if they would attend if chosen. [Ultimate Classic Rock]

- Dethklok are building the buzz for their new 'Metalocalypse: Dethklok Dethalbum III' by issuing a sneak peek at the "making of" their deluxe edition documentary DVD. [Rock Music Report]

- Train is not exactly the steadiest mode for touring these days, so after the cancellation of the Railroad Revival Tour, Band of Horses have moved quickly to book new shows. [Diffuser.fm]