Marty Friedman: Political Correctness ‘Has Gotten Out of Control’ in the U.S.
Marty Friedman talked about political correctness, which he says has 'gotten out of control' in the United States.
Watch Metallica Reveal the Creative Process Behind ‘Atlas, Rise!’
Metallica have given some insight into how they came up with the 'Atlas, Rise!,' the third single from their latest album, 'Hardwired... To Self-Destruct.'
Ted Nugent: Kid Rock ‘Ain’t Running for Squat’
Ted Nugent sat down with Newsmax TV recently to talk politics and the speculation about his fellow Michigan native Kid Rock's plans to run for U.S. Senate.
Tony Iommi: It Was ‘Too Risky’ to Have Bill Ward on Black Sabbath Tour
Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi sat down to talk about the band's upcoming 'Ten Year War' box set and touched on Bill Ward's absence from the recent tour.
Chris Cornell Memorial Statue To Be Built in Seattle
Almost three months after his shocking death, plans have been announced for a statue of Chris Cornell to be built in his hometown of Seattle, Wash.
English Scientists Name Prehistoric Crocodile After Motörhead’s Lemmy Kilmister
Lemmy Kilmister is going into the history books as the Motörhead frontman has had a prehistoric crocodile named after him in his home country of England.
Exploring the Multifaceted Insanity of ‘You’re Crazy': The Story Behind Every ‘Appetite fo…
As the most popular band on the Sunset Strip in the mid-'80s, Guns N’ Roses were bound to draw their share of shady characters, hangers-on and other sorts of degenerates.
James Hetfield on Kardashians Selling Metallica Shirt: ‘Show Some Respect’
James Hetfield has spoken out on Kendall and Kylie Jenner's misguided business venture last month where they used Metallica's logo on a shirt with their image.
Axl Rose Lets Paranoia Run Wild on ‘Out Ta Get Me': The Story Behind Every ‘Appetite for D…
From the outset, “Out ta Get Me” was the quintessential Guns N’ Roses song.
Guns N’ Roses Destroy a Friend’s Country Song With ‘It’s So Easy': The Story Behind Every …
To follow the ultimate album opener “Welcome to the Jungle” on 'Appetite for Destruction,' Guns N’ Roses needed something heavy, bombastic and uncompromising.