Watch Trailer for Deep Purple ‘From Here to InFinite’ Documentary
Deep Purple have released a trailer for their upcoming documentary, 'From Here to InFinite.'
Bruce Dickinson Hints at New Iron Maiden and Solo Music
Bruce Dickinson pretended to give away a secret when he hinted that he’d be working on more Iron Maiden and solo music in the future.
Rob Halford Says New Judas Priest LP Has ‘Some of Our Best Work’
Judas Priest singer Rob Halford said the band’s upcoming album includes “some of our best work.”
John Lennon’s Customized Beatles Album Up for Auction
A pre-production copy of the Beatles’ 1966 album 'Yesterday ... And Today,' complete with hand-drawn artwork by John Lennon, has been hailed as the “rarest Beatles record in the world.”
Ian Gillan Announces ‘Voice of Deep Purple’ Box Set
Deep Purple singer Ian Gillan is the subject of a three-disc box set titled 'The Voice of Deep Purple: The Gillan Years.'
Nikki Sixx Admits Drugs Don’t Enhance Creativity
Former Motley Crue bassist Nikki Sixx has argued against the use of drugs to enhance creativity, insisting that there’s much more to be said for working in a state of sobriety.
Watch Black Country Communion’s ‘Last Song for My Resting Place’
Black Country Communion have released a video for their song “Last Song for My Resting Place."
Bruce Dickinson Says Iron Maiden Can Be Like ‘Groundhog Day’
Iron Maiden singer Bruce Dickinson said work with the British icons can sometimes feel like 'Groundhog Day' as a result of their global success.
Steven Van Zandt Says E Street Band Hit Stride on Fifth LP
Guitarist believes they didn’t get into their stride until their fifth album The River, which was released in 1980
Celtic Frost’s Martin Ain Dead at 50
Bassist reportedly suffered heart attack during tram journey