Former GN’R Drummer Matt Sorum Introduces ‘Artbit’ to Help Struggling Artists Get Paid
Artbit will give artists a platform to share and monetize their talent through virtual performances, while fans can reclaim the role of recognizing and raising visibility of talent around the world.
Failure Announce ‘In The Future’ EP
The Los Angeles rockers will release three EPs and one full-length album in 2018.
Rob Halford Invites Eagles’ Super Bowl Winning Coach Jim Schwartz Onstage
Jim Schwartz, who is a massive Judas Priest fan, is the Defensive Coordinator of the Super Bowl Champion Philadelphia Eagles.
Nirvana, Pearl Jam & More Featured on 2018 Rock Hall DVD Release
If you missed Nirvana's induction featuring Joan Jett and Lorde filling in for Kurt Cobain, now you can buy a copy of it.
Rob Halford: ‘I Shall Not Be Happy Until I See Equality Across the Board’
Halford opens up about being an openly gay man in heavy metal and shares an update on his black metal project.
Iron Maiden Settles ‘Hallowed Be Thy Name’ Lawsuit
They settled out of court, 'Due to escalating legal fees and the potential huge costs of a court case.'
Jack White Covers Legendary Gangster Al Capone on ‘Boarding House Reach’ Album
The singer found a rather odd muse for one of the songs on his upcoming album, pulling from an iconic 1920s gangster.
Alice Cooper Unveils ‘Paranormal Evening’ Summer 2018 Tour Dates
The shock rock icon has a summer full of paranormal fun in store.
Black Stone Cherry Unleash Seductive Bluesy Rocker ‘Bad Habit’
Black Stone Cherry have served up the second piece of new music from their 'Family Tree' album.
22 Years Ago: Alice in Chains Release Their Self-Titled Album
Alice in Chains released their third full-length album on Nov. 7, 1995. The self-titled effort marks the band’s final album with vocalist Layne Staley, who passed away in 2002.