What are the most criminally underrated albums in rock history?
Metallica have released some of the most hard-hitting mainstream metal of the past 30 years.
They've gone from makeup to unmasked, hard rock to prog, and been one of the world's biggest rock bands for several decades, releasing a slew of classic studio and live LPs along the way.
The members of Motley Crue have had more than their share of highs and lows over the years, and that goes for the band's discography, too.
If you're not excited enough about tomorrow's season premiere of That Metal Show, we're pretty sure the above clip will get you plenty pumped.
Developing a working knowledge of rock's greatest records is fun and easy.
Unlike most bands that have managed to stick around for decades, there's no real consensus on the Van Halen catalog.
The Who were one of rock's biggest bands of the '60s and '70s, releasing a series of classic albums that remain among the very best of their era.
All things considered, keeping tabs on ZZ Top is pretty simple -- their lineup hasn't changed in decades, and neither has their distinctive brand of Texas boogie rock.
Rock stars are a lot like people in the real world.