You don't want to mess with the Rolling Stone who punched Mick Jagger in the face.
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Motorhead fans who may have been worried that the cancellation of the band's appearance this past weekend at the Monsters of Rock Festival in Sao Paolo spelled a return to Lemmy Kilmister’s recent health woes can breathe easier.
Thirty-five years ago this month, a pair of British metal legends released landmark albums.
In early 1975, Pink Floyd announced that they’d tour the U.S. in April, even as the group worked to finish its upcoming album, Wish You Were Here.
Producer Tom Werman is firing back at frontman Dee Snider over criticism that he brought too much of a pop sound to Twisted Sister's Stay Hungry.
Even in his younger years, Randy Bachman was a driven individual – the guy who put the “overdrive” in Bachman-Turner Overdrive.
Aerosmith have been the focus of so many books, interviews and documentaries over the years that it's easy to assume there's nothing left to learn about the band
Most major albums have been remastered more than once at this point, and not always for the better.
The old joke goes that after the nuclear apocalypse, all that will remain are cockroaches and Keith Richards.
Pete Townshend's new classical version of "Love Reign O'er Me" reworks the Who's 1973 classic features the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, but no Roger Daltrey.