5 Reasons Judas Priest Should Be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Judas Priest has released a string of classics while becoming a sturdy influence on legions of acts.
Queensryche’s Todd La Torre Says ‘We Can’t Live in Fear,’ Band Will Play Las Vegas Saturda…
The mass shooting in Las Vegas last weekend has led many artists to cancel their upcoming concerts in the area, but Queensryche won't be one of them.
Bruce Dickinson Introduces New Iron Maiden ‘Hallowed’ Beer
Iron Maiden have returned with yet another beer, this one a Belgian-styled titled Hallowed, which frontman Bruce Dickinson introduces in the video above.
Aerosmith Cancel String of Dates Due to Steven Tyler ‘Medical Issues’
Aerosmith have scuttled the remaining four dates of the current leg of their AeroVederci tour due to an undisclosed medical issue frontman Steven Tyler is facing.
Tony Iommi: It Was ‘Too Risky’ to Have Bill Ward on Black Sabbath Tour
Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi sat down to talk about the band's upcoming 'Ten Year War' box set and touched on Bill Ward's absence from the recent tour.
English Scientists Name Prehistoric Crocodile After Motörhead’s Lemmy Kilmister
Lemmy Kilmister is going into the history books as the Motörhead frontman has had a prehistoric crocodile named after him in his home country of England.
Double the ‘Destruction': 13 Songs That Could Have Been on Guns N’ Roses’ Debut Album
Guns N’ Roses' Appetite for Destruction remains one of the greatest, game-changing rock albums in history.
Parody Video Imagines Donald Trump Reworking Radiohead’s ‘Creep’ as ‘Tweet’
A collective going by the name of Hatiohead has produced a parody video of President Donald Trump performing the Radiohead hit 'Creep,' reimagined as 'Tweet.'
40 Years Ago: AC/DC Play Their First U.S. Show
The Canadian band Moxy were set to make their first headlining appearance in the U.S. at a show in Austin. Their opening act traveled much farther.
Exploring the Multifaceted Insanity of ‘You’re Crazy': The Story Behind Every ‘Appetite fo…
As the most popular band on the Sunset Strip in the mid-'80s, Guns N’ Roses were bound to draw their share of shady characters, hangers-on and other sorts of degenerates.
Gene Simmons on the Music Business: ‘It’s Dead – Because the Fans Won’t Pay for Music’
Gene Simmons has again declared the music business six feet under, telling Detroit radio station 94.7 WCSX the main reason is, 'Because fans won't pay for it.'
Alice Cooper Surprises Fans with Pre-Show Party Performance in Sweden
Fans who went to see Alice Cooper's backing band warm up with a show Tuesday night in Sweden got quite the surprise when the shock rocker himself showed up.