Hollywood Vampires To Lead Musical Tribute to Lemmy Kilmister at 2016 Grammy Awards
The all-star outfit Hollywood Vampires will perform a musical salute to late Motorhead leader Lemmy Kilmister at the 2016 Grammy Awards.
A Nameless Ghoul From Ghost: ‘Just Being Nominated’ For a Grammy ‘Is a Big Honor’
A Nameless Ghoul opens up about what an honor it is to have been nominated for a Grammy award.
Slipknot’s Corey Taylor on Grammy Nomination: ‘I Don’t Have F—ing Time For That S–t’
In a new interview, Taylor says the Grammy nod means 's--t' to him, adding, 'I don't have f---ing time for that s--t, to be honest.'
Lamb of God’s Chris Adler Hopes for Grammy Win, But Keeps It in Context
Drummer Chris Adler shares his thoughts on what a Grammy win would mean to the band.
Sevendust’s Lajon Witherspoon Talks Grammy Nomination, Fatherhood + Earthside Guest Turn
Sevendust's Lajon Witherspoon on the band's Best Metal Performance Grammy nomination for 'Thank You,' becoming a father again and his Earthside guest spot.
Slipknot, Highly Suspect, Ghost, Lamb of God, Foo Fighters + More Earn Nominations for 201…
Slipknot, Highly Suspect, Ghost, Lamb of God and Foo Fighters are among the acts competing at the 2016 event.
Tenacious D + Wendy Dio Comment on Grammy Win for Cover of Ronnie James Dio’s ‘The Last in…
Tenacious D and Wendy Dio have weighed in on what the Best Metal Performance Grammy means in saluting the late Ronnie James Dio.
KISS’ Paul Stanley: Beck Should Have Kicked Kanye West ‘In the Nuts’ at the Grammys
Don’t mess with Paul Stanley. The Kiss singer-guitarist didn’t mince words when it came to expressing his opinion of Kanye West going onstage during Beck’s acceptance of the Album of the Year Grammy on Sunday night.
2015 Grammy Awards: What Went Right and What Went Wrong
There were hits and misses for rock fans where the 2015 Grammy Awards are concerned, and we run them down here.
Mastodon’s Brent Hinds + Brann Dailor Invade Grammys in Dodgers Uniform + Balloon Suit
Brent Hinds dressed up as L.A. Dodgers first baseman Adrian Gonzalez, while drummer Brann Dailor wore a smashing suit covered in party balloons.