It's difficult to change people's minds about you once you develop a reputation for being a certain way, and Axl Rose has a bigger reputation than most.
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According to a recent report by the World Health Organization, you won't even get past the opening act at the average rock concert before damaging your hearing.
On many levels — creative, personal, and business-related — 1979 would go down as a banner year in the long and storied career of Frank Zappa.
Mötley Crüe proved their songs could survive in the hands of country stars with last year's Nashville Outlaws tribute album, and now singer Chelsea Lankes has demonstrated that at least one of the band's classic cuts makes for a pretty good pop song too.
Van Halen move at their own speed, so it's probably fitting that the band's official confirmation of its upcoming live album comes weeks after word of the project first leaked.
The guys in Metallica are reaching way back into their vaults for this year's Record Store Day release — and they're going appropriately retro with the format, too.
It's no surprise that "The Night We Called It a Day," the first video from Bob Dylan's latest album looks a lot like an old-school Hollywood movie.
February is the shortest month of the year, but we still had plenty of great to keep us occupied throughout this bitter winter.
Two legends. One name. Which of these two iconic performers is more worthy of the undeniably awesome name Sting: the musician or the professional wrestler?
Judas Priest's remastered and expanded Defenders of the Faith won't arrive until March 10, but you don't have to wait that long to hear the live version of "Some Heads Are Gonna Roll" from the bonus discs.