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Daily Reload: Tommy Lee, Deftones, Chris Cornell + More

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

– We’re wishing Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee a happy 50th birthday, and we’re not the only ones. [Loudwire]

Deftones are through teasing us with album cuts (‘Leathers,’ ‘Rosemary,’ and ‘Roller Derby‘). The official first single ‘Tempest’ from their ‘Koi No Yokan‘ album has hit the airwaves. [Loudwire]

Soundgarden‘s Chris Cornell and his wife Vicky have been sued by their former maid, who claims she was forced to work overtime without pay and let go after refusing to work beyond her shift one day. [Loudwire]

– Political pundit Glenn Beck likes Muse. Muse doesn’t like Glenn Beck back. What’s a host to do other than write an open letter back to the band still declaring his undying respect? []

– One more week until the ‘Monster‘ album, Kiss fans. But to tide you over in the meantime, check out the newly posted songs ‘Long Way Down’ and ‘All for the Love of Rock & Roll.’ [Ultimate Classic Rock]

– Just in time for Halloween, Bay Area metal pioneers Autopsy are issuing the ‘Autopsy: Feast for a Funeral’ comic book. [Rock Music Report]

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