The top rock and metal stories from Loudwire and around the web for Aug. 27, 2014:

- Former Suicidal Tendencies Bassist Tim 'Rawbiz' Williams Dies: [Loudwire]

- Nickelback Reveal Track Listing + Release Date for New Album 'No Fixed Address': [Loudwire]

- Black Veil Brides Complete Fourth Studio Album: [Loudwire]

- Sixx: A.M. Reveal Their Cover of The Cars' Classic 'Drive': [Loudwire]

- Evanescence's Amy Lee Releases Solo Track 'Push the Button': [Loudwire]

- Iron Maiden Plan Vinyl Reissues of '80s Albums + Singles: [Loudwire]

- Rob Zombie, Duff McKagan + More Perform at 10th Annual Johnny Ramone Tribute Event: [Loudwire]

- Geoff Tate Auctioning Queensryche Backdrop to Raise Funds for Assault Victim Bryan Stow: [Loudwire]

- Rex Brown Talks Motorhead's Motorboat Cruise, Pantera's Legacy + Kill Devil Hill: [Loudwire]

- Slash Talks New 'World on Fire' Album: [Ultimate Classic Rock]

- 24 Years Ago: Stevie Ray Vaughan Dies in Helicopter Crash: [Ultimate Classic Rock]

- Diffuser Top 10 Video Countdown: Kongos Claim Top Spot + Unseat Dirty Heads: [Diffuser.fm]

- Watch J Mascis' Funny or Die Video for 'Every Morning' Featuring Fred Armisen: [Diffuser.fm]