The Black Flag legal matters have come to an end. Last year, Black Flag guitarist Greg Ginn sued his former bandmates after they branched off to perform the band's music under the moniker Flag. But Ginn has reportedly come to a legal settlement with his former bandmates that will now allow both acts to continue.
After a week of rumors, AC/DC confirmed that there were key elements of truth in some of the gossip that had been swirling around. In a statement, they confirmed that guitarist and founding member Malcolm Young (seen at right above with brother Angus) was taking a break from the band due to ill health. However, the talk that this would lead to the band retiring was premature, as they also confirmed they would continue making music.
Foo Fighters fans will be happy to know there's a new progress report on the band's next album. The group has been trying (though not entirely successful) to keep their recording details under wraps, but producer Butch Vig says in a new Kerrang! interview (excerpted by NME) that the band is halfway through recording sessions for the disc.
If you've caught Rob Zombie in concert over the years, you know that his live shows are something special. So it is with great anticipation that fans are looking forward to Zombie's first ever concert DVD release, 'The Zombie Horror Picture Show.' Luckily for you, Loudwire has teamed up with the legendary musician to provide you with the opportunity to win an autographed copy of the DVD along with a copy of the companion 'Zombie Horror Picture Show' book.
April 10, 2014 was a pinnacle night for rock music. In their first year of eligibility, Nirvana were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame before launching into a unique performance with the surviving Nirvana members jamming classic tracks with rotating female vocalists. It was the first time Nirvana performed their own music since Kurt Cobain's death in 1994, but according to a new interview, it may not be their last.