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Pink Floyd albums have a long, rich history of beautiful artwork -- one that continues with the group's upcoming LP, 'The Endless River.'
Cheap Trick's efforts to convince a judge to dismiss the lawsuit filed against the band by exiled drummer Bun E. Carlos have failed.
Judas Priest are officially back on the road for the Redeemer of Souls tour, which commenced last night in Rochester, N.Y.
You didn't expect Gene Simmons to back down from his recent proclamation that rock is dead, did you?
Antivirus software kingpin McAfee has released its annual Most Dangerous Cyber Celebrities list, and the results include a bit of bad news for those who enjoy performing internet searches for Bruce Springsteen and Jon Bon Jovi.
Until recently, the prospect of a new Pink Floyd album seemed to good to be true, but now that the long-dormant group has confirmed its upcoming 'Endless River' LP, fans may feel like no dream is too unlikely to wish for.
Another of the three previously unreleased tracks from Queen's upcoming 'Queen Forever' compilation has made its way online, offering fans an early chance to hear the band's "scorching new stripped-down ballad version" of frontman Freddie Mercury's 1984 solo single 'Love Kills.'
With Christine McVie back in the lineup and a new album reportedly in the works, Fleetwood Mac got 'On With the Show' last night, starting their latest tour in front of 17,000 fans at Minneapolis' Target Center.
Sammy Hagar will celebrate his 67th birthday on Oct. 13 with the release of 'Lite Roast,' an album of new acoustic versions of songs he's recorded throughout his career.