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Daily Reload: Soundgarden, Mark Tremonti + Wolfgang Van Halen, Judas Priest + More

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

Soundgarden will unleash the aptly titled song ‘Been Away Too Long’ as the lead single from the ‘King Animal’ album. [Loudwire]

– If there is one interesting thing that’s coming out of Van Halen‘s time off, it’s that we now get to see the pairing of Mark Tremonti with Wolfgang Van Halen on the road. [Loudwire]

– Are Judas Priest ready to scream for vengeance? Rob Halford comments on the possibility of taking The Gap to court over a t-shirt that looks very similar to their ‘Screaming for Vengeance’ artwork. [Loudwire]

– Looks like Led Zeppelin will screen their 2007 reunion show in movie theaters next month before a DVD release in November. [Ultimate Classic Rock]

– The Bonnaroo 2013 dates have been announced and there’s more content than ever coming to the Bonnaroo 365 YouTube site. []

– Buzz band Royal Thunder are looking to continue their momentum with new dates in October. [Rock Music Report]

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