Tenacious D Open Tour, Implore Fans to Vote
And yes, there were lots of dick jokes, too.
Jimi Hendrix’s ‘Electric Ladyland’ Turns 50 – A Look Back
'He was in a lane entirely by himself that was miles above and apart from other electric guitar players of the era,' Tom Morello says of the album.
40 Years Ago: Judas Priest Release ‘Hell Bent for Leather’
The iconic album turns 40 on the same day that the Rock Hall snubs Judas Priest for far less influential artists.
Slash Featuring Myles Kennedy + the Conspirators Play NYC
Slash's solo repertoire is so strong that he doesn't need to rely on Guns N Roses or Velvet Revolver songs anymore.
How the Beatles’ ‘Esher Demos’ Enhance the White Album
We attended a listening session held by Giles Martin to listen to tracks from the 50th anniversary edition of the Beatles' White Album.
Sharon Osbourne Recalls the Exact Moment She Became a Badass
Pro-tip: she doesn't really want to see your kitchen. Don't ask.
Ozzy Osbourne’s ‘No More Tours 2′ Boasts His Best (Solo) Band Ever
Wylde, Blasko, Clufetos and Wakeman should stick together. Also: check out our photo gallery from openers Stone Sour.
Judas Priest and Deep Purple Continue Their Legacies On Co-Headlining Tour
Their classic-era singers are in great form, and more recent additions on guitars are the MVPs of each band.
Doors Guitarist Robby Krieger Joined Alice In Chains Onstage
'I still can’t believe it actually happened,' singer William DuVall wrote. 'Robby Krieger is one of my absolute heroes – a rocker with the heart of a jazzman.'
Dee Snider Looks Back on Metal’s ’90s Decline
Snider says that metal groups 'Went from being down and dirty to being polished and clean and mainstream and acceptable,' and a new wave of bands took over.