Welcome to your Daily Reload. Today, Slipknot released a mysterious video, which turned out to be an announcement for their upcoming greatest-hits album; Sebastian Bach is open to a Skid Row reunion; former Gorguts / Negativa guitarist Steeve Murdle dies at 41; and Chelsea Grin take on Children of Bodom in this week's Death Match.

Also, the Black Keys are set to perform at the 2012 MTV Movies Awards; Queens of the Stone Age's Josh Homme joins Nick Oliveri on Mondo Generator track; we debut the new Whitechapel track, 'I, Dementia' exclusively; and 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:

Sebastian Bach Is Open to a Skid Row Reunion
Falling in Reverse Talk Warped Tour, Favorite Tattoos, Music Influences + More
Former Gorguts / Negativa Guitarist Steeve Hurdle Dies at 41
The Black Keys Set to Perform at the 2012 MTV Movie Awards
Queens of the Stone Age’s Josh Homme Joins Nick Oliveri on Mondo Generator Track
Ugly Kid Joe Return With ‘Stairway to Hell’ EP
Whitechapel, ‘I, Dementia’ – Exclusive Song Premiere
The Cult Singer Ian Astbury Weds Black Ryder Singer-Bassist Aimee Nash
Slash Documentary ‘The Cat in the Hat’ To Be Released on Blu-ray / DVD in August
AxeWound Unleash New Song ‘Cold’
Chelsea Grin vs. Children of Bodom – Death Match
Slipknot Tease ‘Antennas To Hell’ Release
Black Sabbath’s Ozzy Osbourne: ‘I Didn’t Know We Were the Forefathers of Metal!’
Metallica’s Rock AM Ring Gig To Stream Live
Slipknot Prep Greatest Hits Album, Work on New Demos

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