Van Halen Set The Rock World ‘On Fire’ With Their Debut Album
Nita Strauss, John 5 and Henry Rollins look back at the impact of "Van Halen."
When the PMRC’s ‘Filthy Fifteen’ Targeted Metal: Dee Snider Looks Back
Dee Snider looks back on the battle over rating records. 'I thought I was gonna lead the rock and roll army into battle, and I was abandoned.'
Watch a 12-Year Old Destroy in a Shredding Contest
Sevendust's Lajon Witherspoon called him "The Future," and he's probably right. Watch the kid burn up the fretboard.
Rock’s Not Dead: Inside America’s Thriving Rock Festival Circuit
Foo Fighters, Tool and System of a Down are among the major bands playing summer festivals that are a bit off the mainstream music media's radar.
See How Your Name Looks in Judas Priest’s Logo Font
This is the coolest logo generator we've ever seen.
Greta Van Fleet Prepare to Jam With Elton John on Oscar Night
Guitarist Jake Kiszka says the "never meet your heroes" thing is wrong; he talks about the band's experience opening for Bob Seger in Michigan a few months ago.
Greta Van Fleet’s Jake Kiszka on Next Album: ‘We’re Relatively Close to Finishing’
They have a lot of material; expect to see a lot of b-sides and bonus tracks from these sessions.
Judas Priest’s Glenn Tipton Diagnosed with Parkinson’s; Tour Replacement Announced
'I am not leaving the band,' Tipton notes. 'It’s simply that my role has changed.'
Megadeth’s ‘So Far, So Good… So What': Their Underrated Masterpiece
Released Jan. 19, 1988, the album saw Dave Mustaine baring his soul, spitting fire, and covering a punk rock classic.