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

Soundgarden set an official release date for their highly anticipated new album. Find out the details here: [Loudwire]

In an update to the horrific Baroness bus crash story, it has been revealed that three of the band members suffered very serious injuries. Read more: [Loudwire]

Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee has been accused of stealing a ‘roller coaster drums’ idea. Check out more here: [Loudwire]

Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine said something controversial yesterday (surprise, surprise) about President Obama orchestrating various shootings on American soil. In response, one of the victims of the ‘Dark Knight Rises’ massacre released a retort on Mustaine’s comments: [Loudwire]

Stealing Axion unleash new song ’47 Days Later’ off upcoming album ‘Moments.’ [Rock Music Report]

Former Blood, Sweat & Tears saxophonist Bill Tillman has passed away at the age of 65. [Ultimate Classic Rock]

Muse announce new single ‘Madness,’ and frontman reveals that the song features the sound of his baby’s heartbeat. []

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