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Daily Reload: Three Days Grace, Dave Grohl + More

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– In surprising news,¬†Three Days Grace singer Adam Gontier has left the band, with My Darkest Days‘ Matt Walst set to front the group for their upcoming tour. [Loudwire]

Dave Grohl has revealed the full lineup of Sound City Players guests for his upcoming Sundance Film Festival concert. [Loudwire]

Anthrax, Opeth and Hatebreed will headline the 2013 New England Metal and Hardcore Festival. [Loudwire]

РThe family of late guitarist Randy Rhoads has filed suit over a coffee table book. [Loudwire]

– The Black Keys have confirmed their performance at the 55th Annual Grammy Awards. [Loudwire]

Rush will make a cameo appearance on an upcoming episode of CBS’ ‘How I Met Your Mother.’ [Ultimate Classic Rock]

Jimi Hendrix‘s first two albums will be reissued on mono vinyl. [Ultimate Classic Rock]

Thom Yorke may bring his Atoms for Peace group to Glastonbury this year. []

– Reunions are always the talk at Coachella and offers suggestions of five acts they’d like to see perform at this year’s event. []

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