On April 1, 1983, Kirk Hammett found out a phone call requesting him to audition for Metallica was not an April Fool's joke.
When Guns N’ Roses signed to Geffen on March 26, 1986, no one could imagine that less than three years later the band would be one of the biggest names in rock.
On March 25, 2005, Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne were sent fleeing from their Buckinghamshire estate due to a fire.
On March 24, 1979, Motorhead influences generations of rockers to come with the release of their 'Overkill' album.
For intergalactic warriors and metal fans alike, March 23, 2014 was a sad day.
On March 21, 2000, Pantera released what would be their final studio album, 'Reinventing the Steel.'
Contemporary extreme metal band Emmure have recruited ex-Bury Your Dead member Mark Costillo to fill the band's vacant drummer slot. The stickman is making his studio debut with the band on their as-yet-untitled fifth album, which producer Joey Sturgis is currently tracking.
Faith No More's multitalented and eccentric vocalist Mike Patton is scoring the upcoming film 'The Place Beyond the Pines.'
One of the most aggressive and explosive bands to gain popularity through the mid-to-late nineties, El Paso post-hardcore outfit At the Drive-In were a herky-jerky thrill ride of angular riffs, plundering rhythms and cryptic lyrics. The interpersonal dynamcs between the band members was just as turbulent and in 2001 the group broke up following a year-long tour for their third album 2000's 'Relationship of Command.'