The Pretty Reckless frontwoman Taylor Momsen is giving fans a chance to pick her brain, as she has signed on to contribute a weekly column to Loudwire called 'Ask Taylor.'
Some truly legendary and pioneering rockers, along with heroes of the underground left us in 2014. We remember them all in this list.
Chris Jericho sets the record straight on a recent death hoax, wanting to pursue music and wrestling, his fascinating start as a pro wrestler and much more.
These concertgoers set the bar for creating unbelievable circle pits, even stunning the musicians onstage through all-out chaos.
The latest musicians to play our signature game are Rob Halford, Glenn Tipton and Richie Faulkner of the legendary Judas Priest!
Our Wiki video library has started to fill up quickly, so we've rounded up our favorite five 'Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction?' segments shot so far.
Guest blogger Neil Sanderson of Three Days Grace checks in each month with an exclusive column for Loudwire. In this piece, the drummer offers an overview of the band's recording process for their forthcoming album, expresses his excitement for some upcoming shows and talks about his love of the outdoors. In addition, he has provided us with a behind-the-scenes video of 3DG in the studio. Check out Neil Sanderson' latest blog, along with the accompanying video, below:
Brian ‘Head’ Welch, guitarist for Korn and frontman of Love and Death, contributes a popular monthly column called ‘HeAd’s KoRner’ to Loudwire. In his newest entry, Head talks about meeting and visiting As I Lay Dying frontman Tim Lambesis.
The year 1994 was one of the best for rock music, offering a variety of options for those who liked it loud and upbeat. It was the year that punk re-entered the mainstream, grunge continued its dominance and Woodstock proved to be a tipping point for several bands on the verge of massive popularity.