Have you ever wondered how some of your favorite classic rockers have carried on for so long? Could it be that they have a little zombie in them already? It could be possible that everyone in rock has actually "turned" ahead of the zombie apocalypse.
Iron Maiden are digging into their past and putting it down on wax, as the band has a major vinyl reissue campaign coming this fall that will span its discography.
Ozzy Osbourne is reflecting on his solo history this fall with the new 'Memoirs of a Madman' collection, and the rocker is teaming with Ultimate Classic Rock, 'Loudwire Nights' and Loudwire and to give you a chance to win an awesome 'Memoirs of a Madman' prize package.
Slash is back with a new album featuring Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators.
The two bands are celebrating a pair of influential 1994 albums, released on the very same day.
Enter to win a Judas Priest 'Redeemer of Souls' prize pack, featuring the CD plus an autographed lyric sheet and print.
Black Label Society are back with new music as 'Catacombs of the Black Vatican' just arrived in early April. Not only do the band want to make sure you have a copy of the disc, they've teamed with Loudwire and Ultimate Classic Rock to provide an autographed copy and a pretty awesome set of Black Label Society merchandise to go along with it.
Has it really been 20 years? Soundgarden's 1994 classic 'Superunknown' has reached the two-decade mark and to celebrate the occasion, they're offering a variety of new 20th Anniversary edition sets. The band is teaming with Loudwire, Ultimate Classic Rock and Diffuser.fm to give you a chance to win the 'Superunknown' Super Deluxe Edition box set as well as a 'Superunknown: The Singles' vinyl set that's signed by the band.
Dream Theater are one of the most respected live acts in rock and metal, so any show would be a treat! But the band has one special gig coming up on their schedule in Boston and you could be there. The group will play at the Boston Opera House at the invite of the esteemed Berklee College of Music and Loudwire, Noisecreep and Ultimate Classic Rock are giving you the chance to catch the show.