The top hard rock and metal stories from Loudwire and around the web for July 15, 2014.
Lzzy Hale and Lindsey Stirling performed their collaborative duet 'Shatter Me' and ABC's 'Good Morning America' Tuesday morning.
A happy couple of Machine Head fans are now engaged after Robb Flynn invited them up onstage at a show in Minot, N.D. to make it official.
Rigor Mortis have announced a release date for 'Slaves to the Grave,' the band's final album featuring late guitarist Mike Scaccia.
What are Slipknot up to? The band is teasing fans with some creepy new footage at their website and social networks.
Hellyeah have unveiled their 'Moth' video for all to see.
Check out this hilarious animated phone conversation with two '90s dudes "tripping out" on Mercyful Fate.
Watch as we bring you Adelitas Way's exclusive preview for their new song 'Drive.'
Thousand Foot Krutch are on their way back with new music. Check out our exclusive premiere of their new single 'Born This Way.'
The top hard rock and metal stories from Loudwire and around the web for July 14, 2014.