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

- What would you imagine life in a Czech prison to be? Lamb of God's Randy Blythe talks about his stay overseas and his thoughts on returning for trial. [Loudwire]

- There's no doubt Papa Roach's music has made a connection over the years. Singer Jacoby Shaddix talks about what 'The Connection,' which also doubles as the title for the band's new album, means to him in an exclusive interview. [Loudwire]

- Can't wait to get your hands on the new Fozzy album? Luckily you don't have to wait until next Tuesday (Aug. 14) to hear it. Check out the exclusive album stream here. [Loudwire]

- What's the latest frontier for Journey's Neal Schon? Try solo artist. The guitar great's instrumental release 'The Calling' is coming soon. [Rock Music Report]

- Do Muse have what it takes to sustain the momentum they've created over the last few years? Check out the new song and review for 'Unsustainable.' [Diffuser.fm]

- And you thought a stadium full of Olympic athletes singing the "Na, Na, Na's" of 'Hey Jude' was spine-tingling?! How about the entire Olympic Stadium taking on the Beatles' 'All You Need Is Love'? Watch it here. [Ultimate Classic Rock]