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

- After having Skid Row's Rachel Bolan record bass for their upcoming album, Stone Sour have recruited new touring bassist Johnny Chow from Cavalera Conspiracy. [Loudwire]

- Motorhead may be readying another live compilation, but singer Lemmy Kilmister already has some ideas about the band's next studio album and whom he'd like as a guest on the disc. [Loudwire]

- Green Day returned to stores today with '¡Uno!,' the first album of the band's trilogy. How does it rate? Check out a review of the disc. [Loudwire]

- While we remember late Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham this week on the anniversary of his death, Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi reminisces about some rather hazardous driving incidents with his pal. [Ultimate Classic Rock]

- Congrats to Mastodon's recording pal Feist, who received the Polaris Prize Award honoring her for Canada's best album, 'Metals.' []

- Blind Melon's frontman Travis T. Warren is stepping away to release his debut solo album, 'Beneath These Borrowed Skies,' this week. [Rock Music Report]