The top rock and metal stories from Loudwire and around the web for Aug. 22, 2014:

- Beverly Hills Police Admit Being Fooled by Scott Weiland Impersonator in Meth Arrest: [Loudwire]

Phil Rudd on AC/DC's Future: 'We'll Probably All Have to be Dead Before It Stops': [Loudwire]

Henry Rollins Blasts the Late Robin Williams for Taking His Own Life: [Loudwire]

Sixx: A.M. Reveal New Song 'Stars': [Loudwire]

Motorhead's Mikkey Dee Addresses Media Coverage of Lemmy Kilmister's Health Issues: [Loudwire]

Theory of a Deadman Discuss 'Savages' Album, Calling Out Chris Brown + More: [Loudwire]

Chiodos Drop Off 'Crowd Surf America' Tour Due to Medical Emergency: [Loudwire]

- Police Arrest the 'Zombie' That Bit a Man at Lollapalooza: [Diffuser.fm]

- 19 Facts You Probably Didn't Know About Nirvana: [Diffuser.fm]

Rush's Neil Peart Announces New Book: [Ultimate Classic Rock]

- 25 Years Ago: Vince Neil Punches Izzy Stradlin at the 1989 MTV Video Music Awards: [Ultimate Classic Rock]

- Battle Royale: Evergrey, FFDP, The Offspring + Godsmack Lead Top 10 Invasion: [Noisecreep]