Today in your Daily Reload, we have a ton of news about the arrest of Lamb of God vocalist Randy Blythe. The band's publicist give out their first official statement; Musicians around the world react to the news and lend their support to Blythe; the Czech legal system decides Saturday if they will keep him in custody; and a LOG band member releases his own statement.

Also, Motley Crue's Vince Neil goes for his pilot license on 'The Aviators'; We premiere Crossfade's 'Dear Cocaine' music video; Linkin Park perform two nights on 'Jimmy Kimmel'; + 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:

Tenacious D Explode All Over New York City
Crossfade, ‘Dear Cocaine’ – Exclusive Video Premiere
Randy Blythe Arrest: Lamb of God Publicist Issues Update Denying a Fight Took Place
Linkin Park Bring the Rock on Two Nights of ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’
In This Moment vs. Baroness – Cage Match
Motley Crue’s Vince Neil Goes for Pilot License on ‘The Aviators’
Top 20 Songs: Week of June 24-30, 2012
Lamb of God Frontman Randy Blythe’s Arrest: Rockers React
Band Photo Fails
Municipal Waste, 3 Inches of Blood + Black Tusk Ignite a Rowdy Crowd in New York City
Randy Blythe To Find Out Saturday If He’ll Be Released From Police Custody
James Iha To Release New Solo Album, Streams New Song
Lamb of God Guitarist Willie Adler Comments on Randy Blythe’s Arrest
Soundgarden’s Chris Cornell Calls Late ’80s Rock ‘Crap’ + Slams Today’s Pop Music Scene
Nonpoint Singer Elias Soriano on New Album, New Bandmates + More
Can You Guess the Artist in This Yearbook Photo?

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