With less than a week to go before the Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots take the field in Arizona for Super Bowl XLIX on Feb. 1, it's only right that this edition of Clash of the Titans should pit a crew of New England rockers against a legend from the Pacific Northwest.
Aerosmith's performance at the 2014 Download Festival will get a theatrical viewing next month.
When Aerosmith’s eponymous debut slipped unassumingly onto record stores in January 1973, most critics could barely tell them apart from fellow longhaired upstarts the New York Dolls.
When Joe Perry casually tells us that "it's going to be a rock 'n' roll Christmas," he means that quite literally.
In a special Thanksgiving-themed Clash of the Titans, two thigh-riffic songs battle for your votes.
Apparently, when people think about comets, they also think about Liv Tyler, Ben Affleck and Aerosmith.
Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler said he has no interest in reading bandmate Joe Perry's new autobiography.
The Toxic Twins had gotten clean. The song doctors had been summoned. The sound had been slickened.
Aerosmith began to fall apart on their sixth album, which was released on Nov. 1, 1979.
Many people don't realize it, but the struggle with addiction doesn't end after rehab; it's a lifelong fight, and one that requires lifelong commitment.