Iron Maiden's nearly 40-album run, from New Wave of British Heavy Metal pioneers to '80s-era megastars, offers us plenty of platinum-plated high points.
We're counting down the days until Foo Fighters premiere their new 'Sonic Highways' series and album on HBO Oct. 17, but if you've got HBO Go, you can get an extra early glimpse of what the band has in store.
Rated X -- the new band featuring former Rainbow and Deep Purple singer Joe Lynn Turner, ex-Vanilla Fudge drummer Carmine Appice and ex-the Firm bassist Tony Franklin alongside guitarist Karl Cochran -- has unveiled the video for their debut single, 'This Is Who I Am.'
When Sixx:A.M. hit the road for their upcoming world tour, we're sure all the really important stuff will go smoothly -- but if it doesn't, at least guitarist DJ Ashba and singer James Michael will have some experience with what to do when things go catastrophically wrong onstage.
Whatever's keeping Steve Perry from buckling down in the studio and finishing a new solo album doesn't seem to be abating anytime soon.
Ticking away the moments that make up a dull day?
We're collecting every available preview from the classic rock artists participating in 'The Art of McCartney,' the forthcoming all-star tribute to Paul McCartney.
Beatles for breakfast, anyone?
Making videos has been a pain in the neck for most major artists since the advent of MTV in the early '80s, but it's a nuisance that's hard to avoid if you want to get your new music out in front of the widest possible audience -- unless you're the Who, that is, and you have 50 years of live footage to fall back on.
"To get to record and to do things with the legends, and with the people that are your musical heroes, that's the biggest honor as an artist."