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Daily Reload: Randy Blythe, Dave Mustaine + More

Liz Ramanand, Loudwire

Lamb of God‘s Randy Blythe now has a trial date for his alleged manslaughter charge in the Czech Republic. [Loudwire]

– A new tarantula species has been named after Megadeth‘s Dave Mustaine. [Loudwire]

– The surviving Nirvana members and Paul McCartney have released the ‘Sound City’ soundtrack song ‘Cut Me Some Slack.’ [Loudwire]

– In the wake of the Connecticut school shootings, a number of rockers took to social networks to voice their condolences. [Loudwire]

Papa Roach have unveiled the new video for ‘Where Did the Angels Go.’ [Loudwire]

– The assault and weapons case against former Cro-Mags bassist Harley Flanagan has been dismissed. [Loudwire]

– Ho! Ho! Hope you turn it up, as counts down the 10 Best Christmas Songs. []

– The Black Keys will head to Michigan to begin recording their next album. []

Deep Purple now has a release date for their next studio album. [Ultimate Classic Rock]

Asia have to call off their U.K. tour after Carl Palmer came down ill. [Ultimate Classic Rock]

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