Metallica are asking their fans for help in assembling content for upcoming reissues of two of their earliest albums, 1983's 'Kill 'Em All' and 1984's 'Ride the Lightning.'
Video killed the radio star. Just ask Ray Davies, who's certain he'd never stand a chance if he were starting out with the Kinks in today's image-driven music marketplace.
We've got exclusive photos from Kiss' concert for L.A. Kiss season ticket holders.
Autograph's 'Sign In Please,' which featured the hit 'Turn Up the Radio,' was released in Oct. 1984.
The Foo Fighters' new 'Sonic Highways' album acts as a sort of musical tour through the U.S., paying tribute to places and performers who have inspired the band.
We all know a story or two of a musician who parted ways with a band in its early days.
Anyone who has their own 3D Halloween maze has to have some pretty fond memories of the holiday, and Slash is no exception.
Black Sabbath got a little extra help from the hit CBS series 'CSI' when they released their '13' album, with the show working the band into an episode that found them premiering a song from the new LP.
Don't underestimate the significance of 'The Basement Tapes.'
It's well known that David Lee Roth took issue with Eddie Van Halen's growing fondness for keyboards during the sessions for Van Halen's '1984' album.