In today's Daily Reload, Scott Weiland claims that he is back in Velvet Revolver, only to have his words swatted down by Slash; Pantera enter Loudwire's Cage Match Hall of Fame with their fifth straight victory; Hellyeah's Vinnie Paul talks 'Band of Brothers' and getting back to his metal roots; and AC/DC's Angus Young is named Australia's greatest guitarist.

Also, Kid Rock raises $1 million for the Detroit Symphony Orchestra; Overkill bring the 'Wrecking Crew' to destroy New York City; Behemoth return to NYC for the first time since Nergal's cancer battle; Papa Roach takes on Serj Tankian in the latest edition of the Cage Match; and much more

Check out all of today’s stories on Loudwire, plus some favorites from around the Web, in the links below:

Today on Loudwire:

Hellyeah’s Vinnie Paul Talks ‘Band of Brothers,’ Getting Back to Metal Roots + More
Blessthefall’s Beau Bokan Gets Married to Singer Lights
Pantera Enter Loudwire Cage Match Hall of Fame
Papa Roach vs. Serj Tankian – Cage Match
10 Years Reveal Album Artwork and New Release Date for ‘Minus the Machine’
Kid Rock Raises $1 Million for Detroit Symphony Orchestra
Saving Abel, ‘Bringing Down the Giant’ – Exclusive Song Premiere
Scott Weiland Rejoins Velvet Revolver for New Album and 2012 Tour
AC/DC’s Angus Young Named Top Australian Guitar Player
In This Moment Announce Title and Release Date for New Album ‘Blood’
P.O.D. Inhabit Spacey New World With ‘Lost in Forever’ Video
Overkill Bring the ‘Wrecking Crew’ to Destroy New York City
Slash Denies That Scott Weiland Has Rejoined Velvet Revolver
Behemoth’s Triumphant Return to States Culminates With Explosive New York City Gig
Slayer’s Dave Lombardo on Producing the New Philm Album While Nursing a Broken Leg
Scott Weiland vs. Slash: Who Do You Believe? - Readers Poll

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