If you've been operating under the assumption that the Foo Fighters' upcoming HBO series 'Sonic Highways' is just a behind-the-scenes look at the making of their new album, it's time to think again.
More than most rock groups, AC/DC is a band of brothers. But don't expect them to call it quits now that co-founder Malcolm Young's health woes have forced him out of the lineup.
Anyone who has even a passing familiarity with Henry Rollins' work knows he's capable of working up a head of righteous indignation when the mood strikes.
When Genesis teased fans with the promise of "exciting news" to be announced on Aug. 22, speculation ran wild.
Scott Weiland said he wasn't in jail for burglary and meth possession, and he meant it.
Kings of Chaos, the part-time all-star rock 'n' roll collective that includes several former members of Guns N' Roses, is hitting the road again -- and they're bringing along a brand new batch of famous friends.
If you want to record a video-game podcast about the greatest spacemen in gaming history, who better to have as your special guest than Ace Frehley?
The fans who showed up for the Aerosmith/Slash concert in Gorge, WA, on Aug. 16 received a memorable surprise during Slash's set.
He's been beheaded onstage, but he's never taken live abuse quite like this: accepting an invitation from Bon Jovi drummer Tico Torres, Alice Cooper took the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge in front of a screaming crowd on Aug. 20.
There weren't many female voices on rock radio in the early '80s -- the short list of mainstream rock stars who happened to be women was pretty much limited to Joan Jett, Heart, Pat Benatar, and Deborah Harry of Blondie.