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

- A Des Moines doctor has been charged with the involuntary manslaughter of late Slipknot bassist Paul Gray. [Loudwire]

- You wanted it, you got it. Lamb of God return to the road this fall, joined by Hellyeah, Hatebreed, In Flames, and Sylosis. See where they're playing. [Loudwire]

- Motley Crue and Kiss get an unexpected night off in Clarkston, Mich. after a scary transport truck carrying pyro crashes. [Loudwire]

- Internet hacking group Anonymous levy some pretty serious accusations against Evanescence, Amy Lee and her label for allegedly shielding child pornographers. [Loudwire]

- Are you ready for some football? So are we and here are the 10 Best Songs for the NFL Season. [Loudwire]

- Tired of getting those knockoff t-shirts that shrink pretty fast from vendors outside of concert venues? Rush are attempting to crack down on illegal merchandising through the court system. You're welcome. [Ultimate Classic Rock]

- Has the world descended into madness? No! It's just the new Muse video for 'Madness.' [Diffuser.fm]

- Ready to relive some mid-'90s glory? Smoking Popes are reissuing their 1995 release 'Born to Quit.' [Rock Music Report]